Stunning contemporary home by the River Deben at Waldringfield, comes with amazing views across the river.
Nearly 1,000 homes, which could “severely” hamper local infrastructure, have been recommended for approval in a central Suffolk village.
Growing concerns have been raised in Woodbridge over plans for housing at the old offices of Suffolk Coastal District Council.
A historic house in west Suffolk which featured in a Harry Potter film has been put on the market.
A survey by Zoopla found that Aldeburgh and Southwold had the second and third highest average property values for seaside towns across the UK.
One of the most distinctive buildings in Debenham is set to go under the hammer next week.
Almost £2m can buy you this individual six bedroom, six bathroom dream home near Woodbridge.
The Government has intervened in a controversial Suffolk planning saga involving hundreds of homes, potential aircraft emergencies and an application submitted by the leader of a district council.
The Plough re-opens after a £280,000 refurbishment
Greyfriars is a birdwatchers’ heaven at Dunwich by the beautiful Suffolk Coast.
The final residents have moved in at a new housing development in Martlesham.
Remaining commercial unit available in the £4m Rosehill neighbourhood shopping centre in east Ipswich.
Two of Suffolk’s re-elected Conservative MPs have joined forces to try to ease the housing crisis that is threatening to explode in the middle of the county.
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An American couple have made a special trip from Virginia in the USA to see a moated country house in Norfolk which has links to their family.
Proposals have been put forward to build 225 new homes, primary school and country park on the edge of an east Suffolk market town – reaching to its nearest village.
A pretty thatched cottage in Suffolk, which was once home to a decorated British war hero, is on the market.
Farmland prices in the east of England have dipped slightly in 2017, according to land agents.
A former factory site which has stood derelict for 12 years could be developed with 54 new homes and offices to provide jobs for 32 people.
Housbuilder Taylor Wimpey’s £500 sponsorship of Bury St Edmunds school cheerleaders.
Housing chiefs in east Suffolk are aiming to provide more than 600 new council houses and 1,500 affordable homes in the next six years to help those in need.
Ipswich and Suffolk branches of Leaders estate agents contribute towards £15,000 raised for charity partner Together for Short Lives as part of Children’s Hospice Week.
Gipping Homes won a craftsmanship award for the conversion of the former Bartlet Convalescent Hospital into new seafront apartment homes, and more than 90% is now reserved.
A property business based in Ipswich is celebrating after reaching 30 years in Suffolk.
The first detailed look at what could become one of Suffolk’s largest housing developments in decades has been revealed.