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New Homes in Ipswich

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  • Wayland Fields

    Wayland Fields

    Thetford Road, Watton, IP25 6HN
    • 4 bedroom
    • £353,995 to £373,995
  • High Elms Park

    High Elms Park

    Lower Road, Hullbridge, SS5 6DF
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £424,995 to £455,995
  • Cringleford Heights

    Cringleford Heights

    Colney Lane, Cringleford, NR4 7RQ
    • 3 bedroom
  • Woodland Heath

    Woodland Heath

    Salhouse Road, Rackheath, NR13 6NR
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £321,995 to £451,995
  • Trumpington Meadows

    Trumpington Meadows

    Consort Avenue, Trumpington, CB2 9AB
    • 1 bedroom
    • From £313,995
  • Ceres Rise

    Ceres Rise

    Norwich Road, Swaffham, PE37 8DD
    • 3 bedroom
    • £279,995 to £324,995
  • Darwin Green

    Darwin Green

    Lawrence Weaver Road, Cambridge, CB3 0GX
    • 2 bedroom
    • £409,995 to £499,995
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    Spitfire Green

    Spitfire Green

    New Haine Road, Ramsgate, CT12 6FA
    • Coming soon
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    Barratt Homes at The Woodlands

    Barratt Homes at The Woodlands

    Sweechgate, Broad Oak, Sturry, Sturry, CT2 0QP
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  • Aylesham Village

    Aylesham Village

    Dorman Avenue North, Aylesham, CT3 3BL
    • 1 bedroom
    • From £87,498
  • Romans' Edge

    Romans' Edge

    Gumcester Way, Godmanchester, PE29 2ND
    • 4 bedroom
    • £419,995 to £519,995
  • Lavender Grange

    Lavender Grange

    Bedford Road, Lower Stondon, Henlow, SG16 6FP
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £446,500 to £656,500
  • Barratt Homes at Richmond Park

    Barratt Homes at Richmond Park

    Richmond Park, Whitfield, CT16 3FL
    • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £277,995 to £485,995

Live the Life

Ipswich is a thriving and bustling waterfront town located in the county of Suffolk and part of East Anglia. Whether you’re visiting local museums and heritage sites, enjoying the town’s collection of famous art works, being entertained by local festivals and events, or simply relaxing with some retail therapy and a meal out there’s something for everyone to enjoy close to your new home in Ipswich.

Things to see and do

Ipswich has an interesting past with many buildings and places of historical interest in and around the town. A visit to any one of the museums including Ipswich Museum, Ipswich Transport Museum and Christchurch Mansion will help you get up to date on the history of the area. You’ll find many parks in and around Ipswich catering for family days out such as Chantry Park, Alexandra Park, Wherstead Park and Holywells Park.

As a cultural destination, Ipswich provides a lot for both residents and visitors. At Christchurch Mansion you’ll find the Wolsey Art Gallery and a fantastic collection of paintings by John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough. Other galleries in Ipswich include the John Russell Art Gallery, and Ipswich Art School & Gallery.

The heart of the town offers much in the way of retail therapy with both high-street and boutique shopping options, whilst the marina is the place to be for food, drink and live music. The surrounding Suffolk countryside is fantastic for families looking to get out and explore the best that nature has to offer.


For families moving to the area, there are a number of outstanding schools in Ipswich including St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Springfield Junior School and Thomas Wolsey School.

If you or your older children want to study for a degree, the University of Suffolk is located in Ipswich with one of the campuses in a great location on the waterfront.

Getting to Ipswich

Ipswich is well connecting by road and rail, perfect for when you’re visiting family and friends or commuting further afield. Norwich is just over 45 miles to the north and an hour and a quarter away in the car, while Chelmsford is under an hour’s drive and Colchester 30 minutes both via the A12. London can be reached in under two hours.

The town has two railway stations; Ipswich and Derby Road. Direct services to Liverpool Street run three times an hour from Ipswich station, with a journey time of under an hour and a half. Norwich is 45 minutes on the train, with Colchester 20 minutes away and Chelmsford around 45 minutes.

When the time comes to enjoy a well-earned rest, Stanstead International Airport is an hours’ drive or 90 minutes on the train and bus. Harwich International Port is 40 minutes away, providing ferries to the Hook of Holland.