Suffolk Area Guides

A recent Royal Mail-commissioned survey found that parts of Suffolk — Kesgrave, Martlesham, and Rusher St Andrew — are among the best places to live in the UK, based on criteria including low crime, good schools, high employment, and green spaces. Generally, Suffolk isn’t the easiest county from which to commute into London — but there are some towns and villages that are commutable, and these are in high demand. For those who don’t need to commute or are looking for a second home, however, you are spoilt for choice with the various rural villages, market towns, and coastal towns Suffolk offers. The timeless beauty of Suffolk’s rural cottages, townhouses, and country estates is matched by the modern amenities on offer, making Suffolk a worthy place to call home. 

Living in Suffolk

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