With its blissful beach and lovely walks Walberswick has been named as one of the poshest and most desirable places to live in the UK once again. 

The village, close to Southwold, was chosen by national newspaper The Telegraph

Described as an "artistic hub" by the publication, the village is known for its glorious landscapes. 

The village is also home to screenwriter Richard Curtis and his wife, Emma Freud. 

The historic Bell Inn pub was mentioned as a place to visit by Telegraph travel writer Anna White. 

The Telegraph revealed that the average house price in the village is £832,131. 

It is the second time Walberswick has been named one of the most desirable places to live in the UK

The beach at Walberswick has previously received high praise, with The Times naming it one of the best beaches in the country

In August the village was revealed by The Telegraph as one of the most sought-after village locations.