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Revealed: The priciest streets in and around every Suffolk town, including Bury St Edmunds, Ipswich, Haverhill, Newmarket, Sudbury and more





New research has revealed the priciest streets in and around every Suffolk town.

Many homes could set you back nearly £1.5m, more than five times the county’s average house price of £285,000, according to analysis of HM Land Registry data by Varbes.

Here is a list of the most expensive streets as of January. To see what prices were like in December, click here.

Here are Suffolk's priciest streets as of January.
Here are Suffolk's priciest streets as of January.

Is your road on the list? Find out below…

Aldeburgh

Church Walk – Average value: £1,480,000

Church Walk is the second most valuable street in Suffolk. Picture: Google
Church Walk is the second most valuable street in Suffolk. Picture: Google

Church Walk is the most expensive street in Aldeburgh and the second highest in the county, with an average value of £1,480,000. This is a £1,000 drop when compared to December.

The most expensive house in the road sold for £1,800,000 in 2011 – and is today worth about £3,254,000 – while the last sale, in 2020, fetched £675,000.

For the second spot, with a significant drop of nearly £400,000, we find Warren Hill Lane, with an average value of £1,102,000.

Park Road (£1,068,000), Alde House Drive (£992,000) and The Terrace (£925,000) round out the top five.

Beccles

Ashman’s Road – Average value: £808,000

Ashman's Road is the most expensive street in Beccles. Picture: Google
Ashman's Road is the most expensive street in Beccles. Picture: Google

Ashman’s Road is the most expensive place in Beccles, sitting at £808,000, dropping £35,000 since December.

The highest valued home sold for £1,659,997 in August 2005 and is now estimated at £3,151,000, while the lowest valued home sold for £350,000 in 2017, worth £475,000 as of January.

Over in Toft Monks, Yarmouth Road is the most expensive area, with an average value of £733,000.

The Street in Barnby (£653,000), St Benedicts Close, also in Toft’s Monk (£642,000) and Nelson Way in Beccles (£603,000) round out the top five.

According to Varbes, the average house price in Beccles is £278,000 – £7,000 below the Suffolk average.

Brandon

Gas House Drove – Average value: £522,000

Gas House Drove in Brandon. Picture: Google
Gas House Drove in Brandon. Picture: Google

With an average price of £520,000, Gas House Drove remains the priciest street in Brandon.

The most expensive home sold for £435,000 in March 2010 and is today worth £760,000, while the cheapest fetched £125,000 in 2018 but is now valued at £155,000.

Victoria Avenue is now the second-priciest part of Brandon with an average price of £420,000, usurping Undley, in nearby Lakenheath, which now takes the third spot, at £406,000.

Kitchener Close (£388,000), also in Lakenheath and Millers Lane (£366,000), in Brandon, complete the top five.

According to Varbes, the average house price in Brandon is £228,000.

Bungay

Outney Road – Average value: £523,000

A view from Bungay's priciest street. Picture: Google
A view from Bungay's priciest street. Picture: Google

Bungay’s Outney Road takes the crown at £523,000.

The highest value home in the street sold for £190,000 in 1997 but was worth about £974,000 in January, while the cheapest, which sold for £145,000 in 2006 could now set you back £270,000.

The second priciest street in the area is Woodland Drive at £478,000, while Tunneys Lane, in Ditchingham, followed at £474,000.

Norwich Road (£445,000), also in Ditchingham, and Church Road (£436,000) in Earsham make up the top five.

According to Varbes, the average house price in Beccles is £269,000.

Bury St Edmunds

St Mary’s Square – Average value: £1,380,000

Would you fancy a home in St Mary’s Square?. Picture: Google
Would you fancy a home in St Mary’s Square?. Picture: Google

Boasting an average price of more than four times the town’s average, St Mary’s Square is the priciest street to live in Bury St Edmunds.

Its average price of £1,380,000 makes it the fifth most expensive street in Suffolk.

The most expensive house fetched £1,830,000 in July 2018, worth £2,182,000 in January, while the lowest valued home sold for £500,000 in February 2004 and is now worth £907,000.

Also having an average price of more than £1m, Sharp Road has an estimated average value of £1,027,000.

Elsewhere in the area, a typical home in School Lane, Great Barton, could set you back £949,000.

Manor Lane (£930,000), in Horringer, and Hardwick Park Gardens (£917,000), back in Bury, round out the top five.

The Bury area as a whole is among the priciest in the county, with an average house price of £326,000.

Clare

Hermitage Meadow – Average value: £892,000

Hermitage Meadow is Clare's priciest street. Picture: Google
Hermitage Meadow is Clare's priciest street. Picture: Google

Over in Suffolk’s smallest town, Hermitage Meadow is one of the few streets to have increased in value in the past month, sitting at £892,000.

Selling for £780,000 in 2006, the most expensive house in the road is now valued at £1,403,000 while the home with the lowest value, which went for £421,000 in September 2019, was worth an estimated £521,000 in January.

Stoke Road (£794,000), Callis Street (£756,000), Nethergate Street (£719,000) and Chilton Street (£718,000) complete the top five.

Eye

Thwaite Road, Thorndon – Average value: £775,000

Thwaite Road in Thorndon is the most-expensive road in the Eye area. Picture: Google
Thwaite Road in Thorndon is the most-expensive road in the Eye area. Picture: Google

Thorndon is where we find the most expensive street in the Eye area.

Sitting at £775,000, a typical house in Thwaite Road is worth nearly twice the average in the area.

The most expensive house, which sold for £710,000, was valued at £1,338,000 in January while the cheapest, which sold for £78,000 in May 1999, was estimated at £324,000.

For the second spot, we enter Eye itself. Cranley Road boasts an average value of £657,000.

Back Street (£632,000), Mill Street (£599,000) and Crocus Close (£594,000), in nearby Gislingham, round out the top five.

The average house price in the area is £345,000, according to Varbes.

Felixstowe

The Courts – Average value: £1,009,000

The Courts in Felixstowe. Picture: Google
The Courts in Felixstowe. Picture: Google

Over to another coastal town, where we find another member of the million club.

A typical house in The Courts, in Felixstowe, could set you back £1,009,000.

Selling for £309,000 in 1999, the highest valued home in the street was valued at £1,170,000 in January while the lowest, worth £820,000 when it sold in April 2021, is now worth £913,000.

Seeing a significant drop in average value, Marcus Road (£823,000), College Green (£796,000), Thornley Road (£759,000), and Picketts Road (£747,000) round out the top five.

According to Varbes, the average house price in the Felixstowe area is £292,000.

Framlingham

Millers Way – Average value: £651,000

Over in Ed Sheeran’s hometown, Millers Way is the most expensive street in Framlingham, where a typical home could set you back £651,000.

The current highest valued home in the street sold for £515,000 in September 2011 and was worth £876,000 in January. The cheapest, valued at £352,500 in November 2017, is now worth £436,000.

Badingham Road (£589,000), Brook Lane (£571,000), Pembroke Road (£548,000) and Verow Road (£515,000) round out the top five.

Hadleigh

Pond Hall Road – Average value: £842,000

Pond Hall Road leads out of Hadleigh -- and contains to town's most expensive houses. Picture: Google
Pond Hall Road leads out of Hadleigh -- and contains to town's most expensive houses. Picture: Google

Dropping £3,000 since December, Pond Hall Road retains the top spot in Hadleigh, with an average price of £842,000.

The highest valued home, which sold for £1,150,000 in 2008, was worth a whopping £1,862,000 in January while the cheapest, which fetched £95,950 in 2002, is worth £292,000 according to the latest estimates.

Coram Street (£805,000), Hadleigh Heath (£592,000), Station Yard (£582,000) and Boswell Lane (£554,000) round out the top five.

Halesworth

Newby Close – Average value: £555,000

Newby Close, Halesworth. Picture: Google
Newby Close, Halesworth. Picture: Google

According to Varbes, the priciest street in Halesworth is Newby Close, which sits at an average value of £555,000.

The highest valued home sold for £460,000 in October 2015 and was worth £658,000 in January while the latest estimates put the cheapest home, which went for £250,000 in August 2009, at about £401,000.

Nearby Wenhaston is where you’ll find the next four priciest streets.

Listed in order of value, they are Blyford Lane (£517,000), Chapel Lane (£515,000), Narrow Way (£474,000) and The Street (£455,000).

A typical house in the Halesworth area will set you back £287,000, according to Varbes – just £2,000 above the national average.

Haverhill

Calford Green, Kedington – Average value: £877,000

Now we have our first entry where none of the top five lie within the town itself.

The priciest street in the Haverhill area is Calford Green, in Kedington, which sits at £877,000.

The most expensive home here was valued at £1,531,000 in January, whilst the cheapest sat at £570,000.

Thurlow Road (£739,000) and Burton Green (£724,000), in nearby Withersfield, take the second and third spots.

Back in Kedington, Rectory Road (£720,000) is fourth and Finchingfield Road (£700,000) in Steeple Bumpstead is fifth.

Looking at Haverhill itself, Hill Crescent (£629,000) is the most expensive street – taking the number 10 spot.

According to Varbes, the average house price in the Haverhill area is £288,000.

Ipswich

Eaton Place, Rushmere St Andrew – Average value: £1,025,000

Eaton Place, in Rushmere St Andrew, is the most expensive place to live in the Ipswich area. Picture: Google
Eaton Place, in Rushmere St Andrew, is the most expensive place to live in the Ipswich area. Picture: Google

In a village nestled next to Ipswich, you’ll find the area’s priciest street.

Eaton Place, in Rushmere St Andrew, takes the top spot, with an average value of £1,025,000, a drop of £8,000 from December.

The most expensive home, which sold for £725,000 in January 2014, was valued at £1,176,000 in January, whilst the latest estimates said the cheapest home, which sold for a whopping £925,000 last year, dropped in value to £893,000.

Amberfield Drive in Nacton takes the second spot, at £989,000. Church Road in Coddenham was third at £954,000.

Paget Road (£945,000) is the most expensive street in Ipswich itself, whilst Beechwood Drive (£929,000) rounds out the top five.

The average house price in Ipswich sits below the national average, at £270,000.

Kesgrave

Friends Walk – Average Price: £559,000

Friends Walk is the priciest street in Kesgrave. Picture: Google
Friends Walk is the priciest street in Kesgrave. Picture: Google

Just next door, in Kesgrave, Friends Walk takes the top spot.

Sitting at an average house price of £559,000, it was followed by Peart Grove (£513,000) and Grange Lane (£510,000).

Through Jollys (£483,000) and Banthorpe Grove (£481,000) round out the top five.

Leiston

Aldeburgh Road, Thorpeness – Average value: £1,336,000

Aldeburgh Road in Thorpeness. Picture: Google
Aldeburgh Road in Thorpeness. Picture: Google

The most expensive street in the Leiston area – and ninth in the county – is Aldeburgh Road, in Thorpeness, where a typical home could set you back £1,336,000.

The highest value home was estimated at a mammoth £2,999,000 in January, while the cheapest was £464,000.

The next three entries, Lakeside Avenue (£1,147,000), North End Avenue (£1,005,000) and Stony Lane (£868,000) also lie within the village.

The Sanctuary is the most expensive street in Leiston itself, with an average price of £616,000.

Despite these high prices, the average cost of a house in the area is £242,000, according to Varbes.

Lowestoft

Broadview Road – Average value: £929,000

Broadview Road is Lowestoft's most expensive area. Picture: Google
Broadview Road is Lowestoft's most expensive area. Picture: Google

Four of five of the most expensive streets in the Lowestoft area are in the town itself.

Broadview Road, where a typical home could cost £929,000, takes the top spot, followed by Hall Drive (£640,000) and Romany Road (£627,000).

Hall Lane, in Oulton, has an average price of £597,000, while Harrier Drive (£591,000), in Lowestoft, rounds out the top five.

The average house price in Lowestoft is £226,000, according to the data.

Mildenhall

Worlington Road – Average value: £624,000

On the other side of the county, Worlington Road is the most expensive street in Mildenhall, at £624,000.

The highest valued home, which sold for £255,000 in 1999, was worth about £1,027,000 in January, while the cheapest, which sold for £175,000, was estimated to cost £315,000.

Cricket View (£530,000), Manor Road (£470,000), Church Walk (£421,000) and Hazel Close (£400,000) are the next four most expensive streets.

Needham Market

Meadow View – Average Price: £635,000

Meadow View in Needham Market. Picture: Google
Meadow View in Needham Market. Picture: Google

Sitting at an average price of £633,000, Meadow View takes the top spot for Needham Market.

It is followed by Hill House Lane (£577,000), Grinstead Hill (£444,000), Flint Drive (£418,000) and Chalkeith Road (£391,000).

Newmarket

Moulton Road, Kennett – Average value: £1,035,000

Snailwell Road, Newmarket. Picture: Google
Snailwell Road, Newmarket. Picture: Google

Another street which has seen an increase since December, a typical home in Moulton Road, Kennett, would set you back £1,035,000 – and takes the crown for the Newmarket area.

The highest valued home sold for a whopping £1,050,000 in 2004 but would cost £2,259,000 now while the cheapest house sold (£240,000 in July 2008) was worth £433,000 in January.

In nearby Dullingham, Station Road (£867,000), takes the second spot, while Glanely Gardens (£854,000), in Exning, is next.

Snailwell Road (£840,000), in Newmarket itself, is fourth while Meeting Green (£817,000), in Wickhambrook, is fifth.

According to Varbes, the average house price in the area is £323,000.

Saxmundham

Iken View, Snape Maltings – Average value: £772,000

Iken View in Snape Maltings. Picture: Google
Iken View in Snape Maltings. Picture: Google

As for the Saxmundham area, the wealthiest residents live in the surrounding villages.

Iken View, at Snape Maltings in Snape, boasts the highest prices, with an average of £772,000 – a more than £100,000 drop on December’s figures.

Homes here range from the highest (valued at £1,054,000) to lowest (valued at £654,000).

Priory Road (£741,000) and Farnham Road (£684,000), also in Snape, are second and fourth place, respectively while Blythburgh Road (£696,000) in Westleton is third.

With an average price of £551,000, North Entrance is the most expensive street in Saxmundham itself and the average house price in the area is £342,000.

Southwold

Millfield Road, Walberswick – Average value: £1,371,000

Millfield Road in Walberswick boasts the highest house prices in the Southwold area. Picture: Google
Millfield Road in Walberswick boasts the highest house prices in the Southwold area. Picture: Google

Surprising to some, Southwold does not contain the priciest street in Suffolk to live in.

Millfield Road, in Walberswick – the most expensive street in the area, with an average price of £1,366,000 – is number six in the county.

The Common (£1,360,000) in Southwold is next while back over in Walberswick, Leveretts Lane (£1,258,000) is third.

South Green (£1,104,000) and Godyll Road (£1,104,000), both in Southwold, round out the top five.

However, Southwold does boast the highest average house price, which was £512,000 in January. It also has the highest number of streets valued at more than £1m, with nine.

Stowmarket

Brown Street, Old Newton – Average value: £662,000

Temple Road is the priciest street in Stowmarket proper. Picture: Google
Temple Road is the priciest street in Stowmarket proper. Picture: Google

Once again, for Stowmarket, all of the priciest streets are in surrounding villages.

Brown Street in Old Newton takes the crown, at £662,000. The most valuable home here is estimated to cost £1,454,000, whilst the cheapest is £129,000.

Lower Road (£656,000) in Onehouse, Church Road (£600,000) in Bacton, Brockford Road (£578,000) in Mendlesham and Base Green (£560,000) in Wetherden, round out the top five.

No street in Stowmarket itself breaks the top 10. Temple Road, where a typical home could cost £511,000 as of January, is the priciest part of town.

The average price of a home is £283,000, according to Varbes.

Sudbury

Smeetham Hall Lane, Bulmer – Average value: £942,000

Newton Road is the new king in Sudbury itself. Picture: Google
Newton Road is the new king in Sudbury itself. Picture: Google

Hopping over to Sudbury and while technically not in Suffolk, Bulmer has the most expensive street in the area, with Smeetham Hall Lane, at £942,000.

The highest valued home, which sold for £1,600,000 in March 2016, was estimated to cost £2,297,000 in January. The latest estimates place the lowest, which sold for £320,000 in June 2019, at a value of £398,000.

Brockley Green (£844,000), in Hundon, is next, followed by Clay Hall Lane (£841,000), in Acton and The Green (£834,000) in Long Melford.

In the town itself, the priciest street is Newton Road, which sits at an average of £556,000, knocking Kingfishers off its pedestal, which is now the third most expensive street in Sudbury.

The average house price in Sudbury is £318,000.

Woodbridge

Broomheath – Average value: £1,733,000

Broomheath, on the outskirts of Woodbridge, is the priciest street in Suffolk. Picture: Google
Broomheath, on the outskirts of Woodbridge, is the priciest street in Suffolk. Picture: Google

Here it is. The top spot overall.

Leafy Broomheath, in Woodbridge, sits at an average value of £1,733,000.

The most valuable home in this area sold for £2,450,000 in 2013 – is estimated at an eye-watering £4,198,000. The cheapest, which sold for £195,000 in 1999, was worth £875,000 in January.

Over in Melton, The Grove (£1,456,000) and Leek Hill (£1,389,000) are next, taking the third and fourth spots for the entire county.

Pytches Road (£1,365,000) and Grange Park Drive (£1,302,000), back in Woodbridge, round out the top five.

The average house price in the Woodbridge area is £361,000.