New Homes in Red Lodge, Suffolk

Discover new build homes and apartments for sale near Red Lodge, Suffolk here.
Franklin Gardens
Franklin Gardens
Cambridge Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB24 9NX
  • £569,995 to £859,995
  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
  • New contemporary 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes in Cambridge, with cycle routes to the centre in just ten minutes. Many homes will overlook green open space and be just moments away from the 15 acre central park.  Join this growing community with a purpose built local centre, providing convenience on your doorstep. Benefit from excellent commuter links with easy access to the A14 and M11.
Darwin Green
Darwin Green
Lawrence Weaver Road, Located Off Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB3 0GX
  • From £704,995
  • 4 bedroom
  • Located just 1.6 miles from the centre of Cambridge, you will benefit from modern amenities within walking distance including a central park which will feature 15 acres of open space along with sports pitches. Darwin Green offers you excellent road links, with both the A14 and M11 just minutes away and the ability to reach London Kings Cross from Cambridge by train in as little as 47 minutes.

Live the Red Lodge life

 

Situated in rural Suffolk and therefore offering a relaxed way of life surrounded by beautiful open countryside, buying a new home in Red Lodge could be your perfect move. Particularly if you take advantage of one of our latest offers, with incentives like our Movemaker scheme potentially saving you thousands of pounds on estate agent fees if you have an existing home to sell. 

Things to see and do in Red Lodge


Red Lodge Heath is a superb 21-hectare open space perfect for relaxing walks, and right on the southern edge of the village. Just to the north of town is the interesting Mildenhall Museum and Rex Graham Nature Reserve, as well as the fun-filled Escape Rooms Suffolk and Aspal Close Nature Reserve. 


This is a great part of the country to live in if you love spending time outdoors, with local attractions including Brandon Country Park and the sprawling Thetford Forest, home to a Go Ape high ropes course. From cultural draws in neighbouring Bury St Edmunds to afternoons at Nowton Park and days out at the seaside, Newmarket is also nearby for horse racing aficionados. 


Education


There are two primary schools in the village - the Pines and St Christopher’s - while Kennett Primary is just to the south and classed as good by Ofsted. The nearest outstanding primaries are Barrow CofE, Fordham CofE and Exning Primary. Newmarket Academy and Mildenhall College Academy are good secondaries which cater for kids in Red Lodge, while there are even more options over in Bury St Edmunds. 


Red Lodge transport links


Red Lodge is close to the A11 and A14 roads, while there’s a bypass which skirts around the village to keep things nice and quiet. The nearest train station is Kennett a couple of miles south, where you’ll find a selection of Greater Anglia services. Trains to London take around an hour, meaning Red Lodge is viable for commuters to the capital. 


The Red Lodge property scene


As a relatively quiet village, house prices in Red Lodge are lower than the average across the rest of Suffolk. This means you can pick up a great bargain on a new home in the area, including if you want to buy a new property 


There’s a collection of expertly-designed 2, 3 and 4 bedroom new build homes along Elms Road, surrounded by green open space and suitable for a range of budgets. If this sounds like it’s what you’re after, get in touch with us today, and don’t forget to ask about offers like our Part Exchange scheme when you do.