Goldsmiths, Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL

A collection of contemporary new homes in the sought after Suffolk village of Ufford.

Seven plots completed so far, three already sold and occupied.

The Mirabelle (Plot 5) our beautiful show home is open for viewing . . .

Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm or weekdays by appointment!

A stunning collection of 2,3,4,5 & 6 bedroom new homes in a popular village setting.  A selection of bungalows and houses of varying sizes all with parking and most with garages.

These contemporary homes, built around a central green,  provide a perfect environment in which to relax and call home.

With every property the emphasis is on keeping maintenance to a minimum to allow the homeowner more time to enjoy all the benefits of living in such a beautiful location.




All homes are traditionally constructed with brick, external features include striking zinc window and door surrounds and high quality low maintenance timber effect cladding.  The quality windows have a contemporary dark grey powder coated finish.

Garages have electric remotely operated doors.

Ufford is one of Suffolk’s gems . . . . . and home to two popular pubs/restaurants.




The village has its own sports and recreation club, offering a host of sporting activities such as football and tennis as well as community groups like art and bridge clubs – there really is something for everyone.

If you like the outdoors there is plenty of opportunity in the village and surrounding area for walking and cycling as well as a golf course and leisure centre at the nearby Ufford Park Hotel.



There is a good selection of excellent schools in the local area, both state and independent from pre-school right up sixth form.

Commuting to London is not a problem.  Catch a train into Ipswich from nearby Melton or Woodbridge.  From Ipswich mainline station, Liverpool Street is only a 70 minute train journey!

The Avalon

3 bedroom detached bungalow

Not yet released

The Avalon, Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL

Not yet released

The Blossom

Not available for private sale


The Blossom, Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL


The Colney

3 bedroom detached house


The Colney, Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL


The Mirabelle (5 Bedroom)

5 bedroom detached house

Not yet released

The Mirabelle (5 Bedroom), Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL

Not yet released

The Pippin

2 bed terraced house

Not yet released

The Pippin, Ufford, Woodbridge IP13 6EL

Not yet released

Ufford is nestled in the beautiful Suffolk countryside just 3 miles from the ever popular riverside market town of Woodbridge.  Here you will find a host of amenities including excellent schools, independent shops, boutiques, restaurants, public houses, cinema and a leisure centre with swimming pool.

Step outside the village and you’ll find you’re not far from the Suffolk Heritage Coast –Aldeburgh and Southwold are only a 30 minute drive away.

Even closer are the well known Suffolk towns of Framlingham and Orford and the Snape Maltings arts complex and famous concert hall.

Heading south beyond Ipswich you’ll reach picturesque Constable Country, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with famous Dedham Vale, Flatford Mill and East Bergholt to explore.

Goldsmiths, Ufford – show home unveiled

June 7, 2018

The much awaited launch of the first new homes in Ufford village will take place on Saturday, 16 June. Plot 5, The Mirabelle is situated on a corner plot fronting the...

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First plots released at Goldsmiths, Ufford

January 25, 2018

Construction of our latest development, Goldsmiths, in the popular village of Ufford is currently well underway.  A range of 34 new homes are being built just off the High Street,...

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NHBC Regional award for Marc Rowell

September 6, 2017

We’re thrilled that Marc Rowell was announced as the regional winner in the small builder category at NHBC’s Pride in the Job Awards for his work at Church Farm Place,...

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We’re so happy here at Lime Tree House

May 4, 2017

We caught up with our new homeowners on Belstead Road in Ipswich to find out how they are settling in and to ask what made them move to this part...

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