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Rightmove Suffolk houses for sale: Most stunning homes on the market in county's towns





Stroll through any high street (when we're not in Covid times) and you're bound to see people pausing by an estate agents' window to have a quick peek at the houses for sale in their area.

Whether they're actually looking to move or just intrigued about what is on the market is difficult to know, but with a variety of TV programmes focusing on house sales or home DIY, it's fair to say we're a society particularly interested in the world of property.

With that in mind, we've looked at some of the most expensive houses on the market on Rightmove in Suffolk.

Inside of some of Suffolk's most expensive homes
Inside of some of Suffolk's most expensive homes

While some of priciest homes up for sale in our towns are valued at just over £600,000 - others would set you back close to £2 million.

Keep reading to find out more about the most expensive houses in Suffolk towns.

Brandon

Five-bed detached bungalow in Chalk Road: £725,000

Five-bed detached bungalow in Chalk Road, Brandon. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove
Five-bed detached bungalow in Chalk Road, Brandon. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove
Inside the £725,000 house. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove
Inside the £725,000 house. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove
The five-bed property is located in the heart of Brandon. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove
The five-bed property is located in the heart of Brandon. Picture: Henleys / Rightmove

Located in the heart of Brandon, West End House offers spacious accommodation with luxury fixtures and bespoke kitchen and bathrooms.

It also boasts an open fire place, a double garage, a large driveway and a CCTV camera system.

On top of all that, the property has planning permission for a new pool house and garage.

Nearest railway station: Brandon 1.2 miles.

Average Brandon house price: £187,870.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Henleys on 01638 816040.

Bungay

Five-bed detached house in Trinity Street: £1.1m

Trinity House in Bungay is on the market for £1.1m. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove
Trinity House in Bungay is on the market for £1.1m. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove
The property is full of character features. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove
The property is full of character features. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove
Trinity House is a Grade II listed Georgian property. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove
Trinity House is a Grade II listed Georgian property. Picture: Musker McIntyre / Rightmove

Trinity House is a Grade II listed Georgian property, which is full of character features, as well as five reception rooms, outbuildings and walled gardens.

The property is located within a conservation area, in the heart of the market town.

Not only is the house itself unique - thanks to its features which also include a tennis court - but estate agents Musker McIntyre said the listing brings about a rare opportunity as it has never been on the open market before.

Nearest railway station: Brampton 6 miles.

Average Bungay house price: £243,530.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Musker McIntyre on 01986 888160.

Bury St Edmunds

Six-bed detached house in Barton Road: £1.75m

Winfield House is on the market for £1.75m. Picture: David Burr
Winfield House is on the market for £1.75m. Picture: David Burr
The property is within walking distance of Bury St Edmunds town centre. Picture: David Burr
The property is within walking distance of Bury St Edmunds town centre. Picture: David Burr
The house features an indoor swimming pool. Picture: David Burr
The house features an indoor swimming pool. Picture: David Burr

A games room, an indoor swimming pool and a putting green are just some of the features that Winfield House can offer its next owner.

A superb example of late 20th century architecture with a Georgian façade, the property boasts almost 8,000 square feet of accommodation, including a self-contained annexe - all within walking distance of the town centre.

The property also has a number of safety features, such as security gates and CCTV.

Nearest railway station: Bury St Edmunds 1 mile.

Average Bury St Edmunds house price: £304,018.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents David Burr on 01284 633066.

Clare

Six-bed town house on High Street: £725,000

This property on High Street, Clare, is valued at £725,000. Picture: David Burr
This property on High Street, Clare, is valued at £725,000. Picture: David Burr
The house offers in excess of 4,500 square feet of living accommodation. Picture: David Burr
The house offers in excess of 4,500 square feet of living accommodation. Picture: David Burr
A look inside the Grade II listed property. Picture: David Burr
A look inside the Grade II listed property. Picture: David Burr

A substantial Grade II listed property, this house offers in excess of 4,500 square feet of living accommodation in the heart of Clare.

The house also benefits from planning permission - approved in January 2021 - to convert the former hardware store at the premises into living accommodation, which would enable potential purchasers to create a substantial home or annexe.

If that wasn't enough, to the rear is a two bedroom cottage which could be let to provide an income, meanwhile, the property also boasts an enclosed rear garden and off road parking.

Nearest railway station: Sudbury 7.2 miles.

Average Clare house price: £375,167.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents David Burr on 01787 720020.

Hadleigh

Five-bed semi-detached house in High Street: £850,000

The Gables in Hadleigh is on the market for £850,000. Picture: Carter Jonas
The Gables in Hadleigh is on the market for £850,000. Picture: Carter Jonas
The property has period features throughout and is steeped in character. Picture: Carter Jonas
The property has period features throughout and is steeped in character. Picture: Carter Jonas
The house is believed to date back to 1649. Picture: Carter Jonas
The house is believed to date back to 1649. Picture: Carter Jonas

A substantial Grade II* listed property, The Gables has period features throughout and is steeped in character.

The house, which is believed to date back to 1649, is in an immaculate condition, with gardens, and off street parking.

The property is within walking distance of the market town.

Nearest railway station: Manningtree 7.8 miles.

Average Hadleigh house price: £268,628.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Carter Jonas on 01787 720003.

Haverhill

Five-bedroom detached house in Haverhill Road: £895,000

Snoots is on the market for £895,000. Picture: Cheffins
Snoots is on the market for £895,000. Picture: Cheffins
The property includes an indoor swimming pool. Picture: Cheffins
The property includes an indoor swimming pool. Picture: Cheffins
The house has been finished to a high specification throughout. Picture: Cheffins
The house has been finished to a high specification throughout. Picture: Cheffins

Located in Little Wratting on the edge of Haverhill, Snoots offers vast living accommodation - the property even has the potential to be split to provide a separate annexe.

The home features generous gardens, a double garage and large driveway, as well as an indoor swimming pool.

Ryan Bourgaise, director at Cheffins, said the house has been 'finished to a high specification throughout' and is within 'excellent commuting distance' of Cambridge.

Nearest railway station: Dullingham 8.3 miles.

Average Haverhill house price: £242,327.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Cheffins on 01440 556018.

Ipswich

Seven-bed detached house in Fonnereau Road: £1.25m

This seven-bed detached house in Fonnereau Road is on the market for £1.25m. Picture: Jackson-Stops
This seven-bed detached house in Fonnereau Road is on the market for £1.25m. Picture: Jackson-Stops
The house is described as a 'classic example of an opulent Victorian townhouse'. Picture: Jackson-Stops
The house is described as a 'classic example of an opulent Victorian townhouse'. Picture: Jackson-Stops
Inside the Grade II listed property. Picture: Jackson-Stops
Inside the Grade II listed property. Picture: Jackson-Stops

Located just a five-minute walk into the town centre, estate agents Jackson-Stops say this is a 'classic example of an opulent Victorian townhouse', which was built in the heyday of Ipswich's expansion in the late 1800s and borders Christchurch Park.

Jonathan Penn, director at Jackson-Stops’ Ipswich branch, added: “This Grade II listed home is elegantly presented throughout, and retains many original features, including high ceilings, deep skirting and ornate cornicing. However, has been renovated to better suit modern living.

"The house is set behind a high brick wall and features a raised formal front garden with well-kept lawn and flower beds. To the rear of the property is an impressive walled garden with a wide paved terrace, ideal for al fresco dining.”

Nearest railway station: Ipswich 0.8 miles.

Average Ipswich house price: £222,280.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Jackson-Stops on 01473 218218.

Mildenhall

Nine-bed house in North Terrace: £945,000

Orchard House is on the market for £945,000. Picture: Whatley Lane
Orchard House is on the market for £945,000. Picture: Whatley Lane
Inside the property, which dates back to 1901. Picture: Whatley Lane
Inside the property, which dates back to 1901. Picture: Whatley Lane
The elegant period home is set in walled gardens. Picture: Whatley Lane
The elegant period home is set in walled gardens. Picture: Whatley Lane

Substantial and elegant period home in walled gardens, which also includes two income-generating cottages - a converted coach house and stables.

Orchard House comes with a fascinating history, as it dates back to 1901 when the house was commissioned for the local veterinarian who used part of the property as his surgery.

Many of the original period features remain intact and completely untouched, from the Minton tiles in the hallway, to the ornate fireplaces and period doors throughout.

Nearest railway station: Kennett 4.8 miles.

Average Mildenhall house price: £214,811.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Whatley Lane on 01284 633007.

Needham Market

Eight-bed town house in High Street: £649,999

Woodward Lodge, is on the market for £649,999. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove
Woodward Lodge, is on the market for £649,999. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove
Woodward Lodge, Needham Market. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove (44165062)
Woodward Lodge, Needham Market. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove (44165062)
Woodward Lodge includes an ancillary property. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove
Woodward Lodge includes an ancillary property. Picture: Town & Village Properties / Rightmove

This Grade II listed property not only boasts an amazing history, but it also unique in that it includes an ancillary property which could provide extended family living or a business opportunity.

Woodward Lodge is believed to date back to as early as the 15th century, with a later Georgian façade - it boasts an abundance of characterful features, exposed timbers and cross beams.

Its current owner said the property's fascinating history includes a tale of when The Queen commented on the house during a visit to Suffolk in 1961.

He said his family had turned the ancillary property into a successful coffee shop, after which it was used for extended family living, so offers the possibility of either a larger family home or a potential business opportunity.

Nearest railway station: Needham Market 0.2 miles.

Average Needham Market house price: £224,086.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Town & Village Properties on 01440 556053.

Sudbury

Four-bed detached house in Melford Road: £950,000

High Bank is on the market for £950,000. Picture: Carter Jonas
High Bank is on the market for £950,000. Picture: Carter Jonas
The home is set in grounds of around 2.25 acres. Picture: Carter Jonas
The home is set in grounds of around 2.25 acres. Picture: Carter Jonas
Inside the four-bed detached house. Picture: Carter Jonas
Inside the four-bed detached house. Picture: Carter Jonas

An outstanding Arts & Crafts home set in grounds of around 2.25 acres on the outskirts of the town close to Long Melford.

High Bank was built to a high standard for a local silk mill owner in 1926, and today, the Tudor-style house boasts a variety of character features.

Estate agents Carter Jonas say there is also 'excellent scope' to develop the grass tennis court.

Nearest railway station: Sudbury 1.4 miles.

Average Sudbury house price: £266,192.

See more of the house on Rightmove or call estate agents Carter Jonas on 01787 720003.

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