Built on the site of an old Suffolk malthouse, Malt Yard is a development of 29 one and two bedroom apartments where neighbours regularly come together for day trips out and cosy evenings in the Club Lounge.
Just a short stroll from the centre of Woodbridge and the River Deben quayside, the development is well placed to make the most of the restaurants, museums, independent shops and cafés that populate this charming area.
Malt Yard's design connects it to the town's traditional malting and brewing, boat-building and sail-making industries. The redbrick façade is reminiscent of the original malthouse, while the timber cladding reflects many of the buildings around Woodbridge, such as the historic tide mill.
At Malt Yard you'll find plenty of spaces for relaxing with a coffee as you flick through the morning papers, and chatting with neighbours over an evening glass of wine.
There is a Club Lounge, a gym, a cinema room and a large terrace that overlooks the central courtyard, where the garden walls are dressed with climbing plants inspired by the surrounding Suffolk countryside.
Malt Yard is close to Woodbridge's thriving quayside, where a number of walking trails hug the riverbanks and timber buildings are instilled with the area's industrial past.
Nearby Elmhurst Park is made up of winding paths, ornamental flowerbeds and a central bandstand, which was completed in celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The park is also home to the town's bowls club, which boasts a delightful 19th century boundary wall.
The town centre, with its collection of cosy pubs, independent shops and well-esteemed restaurants, is just a few minutes' walk away.