3, Butter Market, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 1BB

 Ipswich is Suffolk’s largest town and it’s one of England's oldest, with plenty of old Tudor buildings and a long maritime history.

Why move to Ipswich?

Our Ipswich estate agents have been helping buyers like you find their dream home in the local area for years. With a number of town centre apartments, detached family homes, and terraced housing, Ipswich has something for every taste and budget. It’s a vibrant town with an extremely popular waterfront. It’s also close to Suffolk Coast and Heaths - a popular countryside retreat and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

A little bit of history...

Ipswich is one of the oldest towns in England, with over 1000 years of maritime heritage. Much of the town’s history is still apparent in its architecture, with over 650 listed buildings that are well worth seeing.


There are a great number of nurseries, primary and secondary schools rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in Ipswich. Primary schools include St. Helen’s Primary, St. Margaret’s Church of England Primary School and Handford Hall Primary School. The town’s secondary schools include Northgate High School, Chantry Academy and Copleston High School. 

In terms of further education, The University of Suffolk’s main campus is located in Ipswich.


Ipswich rail station provides hourly trains to London, Cambridge and Norwich. The nearby A14 road links to Cambridge and Colchester and  London via the A12. Stansted airport is around an hour away by car.


Ultrafast broadband is available in Ipswich. Local coverage is rated as excellent.