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Tom Orford

Tom Orford


Savills Ipswich

+44 (0) 1473 234 831

+44 (0) 1473 234 831


Peter Ogilvie

Peter Ogilvie


Savills Ipswich

+44 (0) 1473 234 816

+44 (0) 1473 234 816


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"Peter Ogilvie was exceptional and couldn't have been more helpful, approachable, straightforward and easy to deal with. As our purchase was protracted, this made a big difference."

Savills Ipswich client

Savills Ipswich - estate agents in Suffolk

Covering the whole of Suffolk and the fringes of northern Essex, our Ipswich office deals with the best property arond Ipswich. From the Stour Valley, to the Waveney Valley on the Norfolk border, and up to Bury St Edmunds, we can help you find your new home whether you're looking for a rural cottage or a large country house.

Browse our selection of property for sale in Suffolk or contact our team.


How we can help you?

Savills Edinburgh has a dedicated Estate and Farm Agency department.  Our experts can help you buy and sell farms & mansion houses, equestrian, sporting, fishing, forestry & woodland, horticultural, rural business and leisure properties.

We understand all aspects of rural property and land, and pride ourselves on offering a breadth of services from marketing single fields to the grandest of country estates.

Our local presence means we have experience across the whole of Scotland, ranging from arable farms in the Highlands to livestock farms in Ayrshire to dairy farms in the Borders. We have a solid network of buyers from all over the world, and we make sure we match their requirements no matter how specialised.

What matters most to us and our clients is achieving the best result. That might be the right price or the right terms. Our network of colleagues in the Glasgow, Perth and Brechin offices can help with estate management and consultancy, agribusiness, professional services and rural research.

Property in Suffolk

Ipswich itself is somewhat under-appreciated when it comes to property. The town itself boasts some very fine enclaves which offer a superb array of houses, from handsome Victorian villas to spacious post-war family homes. But it is for the country and coastal property that people come to Suffolk.

The historic market town of Bury St Edmonds is a major draw, while the countryside that inspired Constable holds many pretty villages.


Rural cottages, townhouses and country estates

Although some areas are easily commutable from London — and in high demand as a result — second homes make up a major part of the market, with an unlimited choice of quaint rural cottages, handsome village houses, smart townhouses and substantial country houses and estates.

For smart urban locations in Ipswich, head to the Victoriana of Christchurch Park or the leafy post-war Belstead Road and Bucklesham Road areas. The Rushmere Road area has a more villagey feel.

For commuting convenience, look around Manningtree, Ipswich, Stowmarket and Diss.

For perfect villages, try Nayland, Stoke-by-Nayland, East Bergholt, Orford and Grundesburgh.

For everyone’s market-town ideal, head to Framlingham, Long Melford, Lavenham and Dedham; or, slightly bigger, the delightful cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds.

For chic coastal communities, look in Aldeburgh, Southwold and Walberswick.

The local scene

Suffolk contains some of the most exquisite villages and small towns in England, and an atmospheric coastline dotted with upmarket resorts. With a wealth of active rural communities, it is the perfect combination of timeless beauty and upmarket modern living.

In addition to its thriving rural scene, which comes together at the annual Suffolk Show, the county is noted for its superb cultural profile. The Aldeburgh Festival, founded by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears in 1948, is one of the world’s leading arts and classical music events, attracting internationally important artists to Aldeburgh and the Snape Maltings concert hall. Bury St Edmunds boasts the 18th-century Theatre Royal, and its cathedral hosts a variety of concerts.

Suffolk’s small coastal towns are noted for their sophistication and beauty, with Southwold, Aldeburgh and Walberswick particularly desirable. The coast is popular with sailing enthusiasts, with marinas at Woolverstone, Ipswich and Levington. Inland, myriad heritage sites include Framlingham Castle, numerous superb ‘wool churches’ and the perfect medieval town of Lavenham.

Getting about

Mainline services from Ipswich to London Liverpool Street take 70 minutes.

The A14 is Suffolk’s main artery, bisecting the county from Newmarket to Felixstowe. The lack of motorways is a major part of the area’s rural appeal.

Schools near Ipswich

A clutch of excellent independent schools includes Woodbridge School and The Abbey School, Woodbridge; Framlingham College; Brandeston Prep School and Ipswich Girls’ School, Ipswich; and Orwell Park School, Nacton.

The leading state schools are Debenham High School; Thomas Mills High School, Framlingham; Farlingay High School, Woodbridge; and Northgate High School, Ipswich.