Suffolk property finder Aldeburgh Bury St Edmunds Southwold Woodbridge Are you considering moving to Suffolk? There is no doubt that the county has many appealing qualities. With its stunning coastline, cosy pubs, medieval churches, pastoral scenery, and historic sites, there is something for everyone in Suffolk. Finding the right property can often be a challenging and time-consuming process. After all, the real estate market moves fast. Our Suffolk Property Finder is here to make the process as straightforward as possible for those looking for a family home, apartment, land or investment property. Our property finders and buying agents work with you to understand your priorities and recommend the perfect property and location based on their local expertise. Often, our finders locate properties before they are even listed. You can read our case study about how we helped a couple relocate from Sussex to Suffolk and retire to their dream home: From Sussex to Suffolk. Property in Suffolk Depending on your preferences, finding a property in Suffolk can be challenging. Having patience will pay off. Property availability in areas like Aldeburgh and Southwold is limited, and it pays to be ‘in the know’, with most sales handled by well-established local agents and a fair few deals closed without a public announcement. We are well-positioned in Suffolk to help you access these highly sought-after properties. Our property finder in Suffolk has many valuable contacts in the area who monitor the market. The region offers a wide variety of properties. You can find period townhouses and modern apartments in Bury St Edmunds, as can pretty Victorian cottages in charming seaside towns, such as Aldeburgh. Depending on your preferences and requirements, we can work with you to find your perfect property. Living in Suffolk What’s not to love about Suffolk? It has breathtaking coastlines, as well as the famous towns of Southwold and Aldeburgh at your doorstep. Dedham Vale, home to the River Stour valley, is known as Constable Country. It is the location of the well-known painting ‘The Hay Wain’ by local 19th-century artist John Constable. Suffolk is surrounded by picturesque rural villages and historic market towns, such as Long Melford, Lavenham (voted the best-preserved mediaeval village in the UK), Stoke By Nayland, Kersey and Hadleigh. The wool industry in this region made it one of the wealthiest regions in England in the Middle Ages. As it is known to locals, Bury is a small but vibrant traditional Suffolk market town that hides a surprisingly contemporary attitude and a vibrant café culture. In addition to the remains of the 11th-century Abbey, the area is dotted with pretty gardens and a dramatic gate providing access to a medieval network of streets lined with timber-framed buildings. One of East Anglia’s best-kept secrets, Hadleigh, is near excellent transport links and was named ‘one of the best places to live in the Sunday Times in 2018. Hadleigh is a popular town on the Essex and Suffolk border, located just 10 miles from Ipswich, 15 miles from Colchester, and approximately 70 miles from London. A wealth of independent shops line the main High Street, contributing to the town’s unique character. Schools The Suffolk region offers a wide range of highly regarded junior, primary and secondary schools. Most notably, the outstanding primary schools such as St John’s CE Primary School (Ipswich), Palgrave CE Primary School (Palgrave) and Copdock Primary School (Ipswich). In addition, exemplary secondary schools are Ipswich School, Woodbridge School (Woodbridge) and Debenham High School (Stowmarket). Our Suffolk property finders can assist by recommending the best schools in your area of choice, as well as arranging and accompanying you for school visits. Get in touch Get in touch via our contact page to learn how we can find your dream home in Suffolk.