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Persimmon Homes in Suffolk

New Homes from Persimmon Homes starting from £177,000
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Capel St. Mary, Suffolk IP9
£305,000 - £450,000
Samford Gardens
Capel St. Mary, Suffolk IP9 
2 - 5 bedroom properties
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Hadleigh, Suffolk IP7
£247,000 - £392,500
Weavers Meadow
Hadleigh, Suffolk IP7 
3 - 4 bedroom properties
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Thurston, Suffolk IP31
£235,000 - £425,000
College Park
Thurston, Suffolk IP31
2 - 5 bedroom properties
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Little Wratting, Suffolk CB9
£330,000
Boyton Place
Little Wratting, Suffolk CB9 
4 bedroom properties
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Leiston, Suffolk IP16
£207,500 - £329,000
Buckton Place
Leiston, Suffolk IP16
2 - 4 bedroom properties
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Ipswich, Suffolk IP2
£249,000 - £262,500
Griffin Wharf
Ipswich, Suffolk IP2 
3 bedroom properties
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Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32
£177,000 - £285,000
Woods Meadow
Lowestoft, Suffolk NR32
2 - 4 bedroom properties
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About Persimmon Homes

Persimmon HomesPersimmon Homes was founded in 1972 and has built homes in around 380 locations around the UK. It builds around 16,000 new homes each year, and is one of the UK’s most successful housebuilders.

The company builds a huge range of homes, from one- and two-bedroom apartments, to larger three-, four- and five-bedroom properties, offering buyers plenty of choice. Each home is built with the customer in mind, from design and planning to the finishing touches. Once a property is reserved at a Persimmon Homes development, the buyer can add their own styling options, additional fixtures and updates. This could include such things as carpets, fireplaces and kitchen appliances, or even turf, paving and fencing in the garden.

In order to help buyers purchase their new home, it offers the government-backed Help to Buy, Help to Buy London, Help to Buy Scotland and Help to Buy Wales schemes, as well as Part Exchange and its own Home Change service. It also offers weekly promotions, such as Home of the Week which includes savings and additional incentives.

The housebuilder looks to give back to the communities in which it is building. Not only does it create jobs, it often contributes to a range of new facilities, including funding new roads, doctors’ surgeries, schools and play areas.

It also offers a training and development initiative which helps it to develop its impressive workforce, as well as creating job opportunities.

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Case Studies
First-time buyer Ryan Sheridan, known from the BBC’s 7 Up New Generation series, has purchased a home in Wigan...
A site manager who used his own ‘construction’ skills to help a just-moved-in couple has become a social media star...
A customer buys twice at Persimmon Homes’ Hanwell Chase, and convinces brother to buy too…
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