in a classic country environment
The Clock Tower is an exceptional development comprising a rare mix of converted and individually designed townhouses, apartments and characterful Chapel in the rural north Suffolk village of Thorndon. Dating back to 1908, the buildings have undergone a very extensive and sympathetic conversion, retaining original features wherever possible, and breathing new life into this picturesque neighbourhood. Valuing and enhancing the unique character of the area, the development very much retains its heritage, yet is ready and energised for its future. In particular, the central Clock Tower has been respectfully restored and serves as the striking focal point from the courtyard and surround. The retained brick facades, modern glazing, front doors finished in French grey and beautiful landscaping all tie in seamlessly with the country setting.
The detached two-storey Chapel radiates charm and personality and sits on the outer edge of the development with views onto established hedgerows and a private garden.
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On the inside, each property has its own distinctive configuration. Every aspect of the interior finishing has been carefully considered and designed with uncompromising attention to detail, offering understated luxury and contemporary finishes that contribute to the architectural character.
The development has an overall historic charm, along with warmth and individuality. Its new identity, blended with original quality, will most certainly appeal to anyone looking for contemporary living in a classic country setting.
Situated 3 miles to the south of Eye and 5 miles to the north of Debenham, Thorndon is well placed to visit Norwich, Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich with close proximity to the Suffolk Coast. The village has a community spirit and is renowned for its welcoming attitude.