What homes could be yours for around £300,000 in Suffolk and Essex?

A new three-bedroom home at The Follies, Felixstowe Road, part of a pub conversion. Picture: FENN WR

A new three-bedroom home at The Follies, Felixstowe Road, part of a pub conversion. Picture: FENN WRIGHT - Credit: Fenn Wright

When you’re hunting for a new home, what can you buy for around £300,000? How about part of a unique pub conversion in Ipswich or a bungalow in Brandon?

This clock tower and veranda are at the rear of the new home at the Follies in Felixstowe Road, Ipsw

This clock tower and veranda are at the rear of the new home at the Follies in Felixstowe Road, Ipswich. Picture: FENN WRIGHT - Credit: Fenn Wright

New three-bedroom house, The Follies, Felixstowe Road, Ipswich, guide price £300,000: Are you looking for a unique home? If so, this new-build home, at the end of a pub conversion, could be the answer. It has been designed to blend in with the conversion of the pub, an iconic building which was originally The Haven and later known as The Crown. Unusual features include the former clock tower in the garden, which has been refurbished and would provide a good area for al-fresco entertaining, together with a patio area. Downstairs there is a reception hall, kitchen/breakfast room, sitting/dining room and cloakroom. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms, including an en-suite master bedroom. For more details, call Fenn Wright in Ipswich on 01473 232700.

Three-bedroom detached house, West Row, near Bury St Edmunds, asking price £300,000: This brand new chalet-style home, Cowslip Plot 1, is on The Hawthorns development from Laurence Homes, on the edge of the popular village. There is a fitted kitchen and bathroom, a downstairs toilet, and a large lounge-diner. There are also three bedrooms with an en-suite and built-in wardrobes in the master bedroom. Outside there is a south-facing garden, which is fully enclosed, and there is a double parking space. For more details, contact Abbotts Countrywide at Mildenhall on 01638 280178.

This brand new detached chalet in West Row is available for £300,000 from Abbotts Countrywide. Pict

This brand new detached chalet in West Row is available for £300,000 from Abbotts Countrywide. Picture: ABBOTTS COUNTRYWIDE - Credit: Abbotts Countrywide

Three-bedroom semi-detached house, Ravens Lane, Bramford, Ipswich, guide price £295,000: This house is close to the village centre, just off the High Street, in easy reach of local amenities. The downstairs accommodation includes a study/utility room and cloakroom, as well as an impressive sitting-dining-kitchen room, which has doors out to the south-facing rear garden. Upstairs is the en-suite master bedroom, and there are also two other bedrooms and a family bathroom. At the front of the house there is parking for two vehicles. For more details, contact Fenn Wright in Ipswich on 01473 232700.

Four-bedroom detached bungalow, Hillside, Brandon, asking price £315,000: If you are looking for a larger bungalow, this property could be ideal for you. It has four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite shower and toilet, as well as a family bathroom. The accommodation also includes a lounge, family room, kitchen-diner and utility room. Outside there is a garage and other private parking, as well as an enclosed back garden. To find out more, call Abbotts Countrywide in Mildenhall on 01638 280178.

This three-bedroom house in Ravens Lane, Bramford, has a guide price of �295,000. Picture: FENN WRIG

This three-bedroom house in Ravens Lane, Bramford, has a guide price of �295,000. Picture: FENN WRIGHT - Credit: Fenn Wright


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Four-bedroom semi-detached house, Mayberry Walk, Colchester, offers over £300,000: This house is in The Willows area in South Colchester, close to shops, schools and amenities. Downstairs there is an open-plan kitchen-diner, lounge and a study, which could be turned into a downstairs bedroom, as well as a conservatory. The upstairs accommodation includes a modern family bathroom as well as four good-sized bedrooms. The back garden includes a south-facing patio. At the front there is a driveway for off-road parking and a garage converted to provide storage space. For more details, contact Harris and Wood in Colchester on 01206 656222.

Three/four-bedroom semi-detached house, Sidegate Lane, Ipswich, guide price £285,000: On the north-eastern side of Ipswich, this Victorian home has many original features, including bay windows. The downstairs living space includes a dining room, study, kitchen, cloakroom and sitting room. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as a dressing room which could be used as a fourth bedroom, For more information, call Fenn Wright in Ipswich on 01473 232700.

This four-bedroom bungalow in Brandon has an asking price of £315,000. Picture: ABBOTTS COUNTRYWIDE

This four-bedroom bungalow in Brandon has an asking price of £315,000. Picture: ABBOTTS COUNTRYWIDE - Credit: Abbotts Countrywide

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Three-bedroom end-terrace house, California Close, Colchester, guide price £300,000-£325,000: In the Highwoods area of Colchester, this house is close to schools, amenities and shops. It has a large open-plan living area including lounge and kitchen room, as well as a separate dining room. There is also a utility room and WC. Upstairs there are three bedrooms and a bathroom. At the front of the house there is space for several cars on the block-paved driveway, as well as a garage, while at the back there is an enclosed garden with a separate patio area. For more information, call Harris and Wood in Colchester on 01206 656222.

This house in Mayberry Walk, Colchester, is on the market for offers over £300,000. Picture: HARRIS

This house in Mayberry Walk, Colchester, is on the market for offers over £300,000. Picture: HARRIS AND WOOD - Credit: Harris and Wood

This three/four-bedroom home in Sidegate Lane, Ipswich, has a guide price of �285,000. Picture: FENN

This three/four-bedroom home in Sidegate Lane, Ipswich, has a guide price of �285,000. Picture: FENN WRIGHT - Credit: Fenn Wright

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