Suffolk seaside town named one of the most upmarket in the country
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Southwold on the Suffolk coast has been included in a national newspaper list of the most upmarket seaside towns in Britain.
The resort, where house prices average £650,988, has been named in the Telegraph's guide of the 20 "best all-season seaside spots" in the country.
The list was compiled by the newspaper using research from estate agent Savills based on towns' "heightened demand, rising property prices and a thriving scene all year round".
Some of the Southwold's attractions highlighted by the Telegraph included its Grade II-listed working lighthouse, the beaches and the twice-weekly farmers' market.
Food and drink options such as the Adnams brewery and the many pubs dotted around the town were also highlighted by the publication.
The selection of Southwold, a popular destination with Londoners, in the list comes after nearby Walberswick was included in the Telegraph's guide of the 54 poshest villages in the UK.
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