Revealed - the most expensive homes sold in Suffolk during November

Lancaster House is the last remaining property for sale at Amberfield after the sale of Devonshire H

Lancaster House is the last remaining property for sale at Amberfield after the sale of Devonshire House in November - Credit: Archant

A five-bedroom family home built on the site of the former Amberfield girls school at Nacton has sold for £875,000, latest figures from the Land Registry reveal.

Devonshire House is one of ten houses built in Amberfield Drive, with most already sold.

The farmhouse-styled Cavendish House is reserved while the prestigious Lancaster House, comprising six-bedrooms and four bathrooms, remains on the market with a £1.2million price tag.

The property sold during November and data has just been released by the Land Registry.

Michael Howard Homes are selling the homes within the development, which also includes 11 luxury apartments.

The most expensive home to sell during the month was Brindles, in Warren Hill Lane, Aldeburgh, which was marketed through Flick & Sons.

The property details described the house as being “an outstandingly well designed and appointed detached residence in nearly an acre of landscaped gardens, on a private lane close to Aldeburgh’s HighStreet and within a short walk of the RSPB’s North Warren nature reserve”.

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The house has four bedrooms and three reception rooms.

A property in North Parade, Southwold sold through agents Jennie Jones for £871,555.

The three-storey town house is located on the seafront and boasts panoramic sea views.

Potential buyers were advised the property need some degree of renovation.

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