Finding a new home is elementary for the Sherlocks

23/02/2016 - General

The hunt for a new-build home came to an end for one couple from Cambridge when they discovered a woodland-set development just thirty minutes away in Kentford, Suffolk.
Jenny Sherlock and husband Jim first looked at Bloor Homes’ Rose Brook development in Kedington where the sales advisors recommended Lambert Grove in Kentford to them as being even closer to Cambridge.
The couple purchased a four-bedroom Caulke house at the development on Bury Road in Kentford, and moved there in October 2015 with youngest son Nathan.
Jenny said: “We were particularly looking for a new-build home as they’re so low-maintenance which appealed to us as I’m recently retired. We just couldn’t find the right property for us within Cambridge itself so we started looking a little further afield. 
“We first visited Bloor Homes at their Rose Brook development in Kedington, where we were shown around a Caulke house type which we instantly fell in love with. 
“What stood out to us about the Caulke is the layout of the kitchen/dining area. It’s all open-plan which is brilliant for bringing the family together and socialising because you can cook, eat and chat all in the same area.
“The sales advisors told us that this house type was also available at Lambert Grove in Kentford and as soon as we visited, we knew this was the development we wanted to live at. Fortunately the Caulke was available so we bought it and moved in on October 30th. 
“From start to finish, the whole process of buying our home was extremely smooth which is credit to the staff here at Bloor, especially Anne Janes, the sales advisor at Lambert Grove who was a wonderful help.”
The homes in Kentford are surrounded by beautiful countryside views, a tree-lined avenue leading up to the development, and is neighboured by the Animal Health Trust where Jenny plans to offer her services as a volunteer.
Jenny added: “One of the most wonderful things about living here is having the Animal Health Trust right on our doorstep. This morning, the sun was shining and I looked out and saw the animals playing in the field and thought to myself how lovely it was.”