What were the most expensive houses sold in Suffolk?

Kings Knoll in Woodbridge was among Suffolk's most expensive houses in Suffolk in 2018. Picture: CHR

Kings Knoll in Woodbridge was among Suffolk's most expensive houses in Suffolk in 2018. Picture: CHRIS RAWLINGS - Credit: Archant

Last year’s most expensive home has seven bedrooms and an incredible eight bathrooms which sold for a bank-breaking £3.5million.

The 10 most expensive homes in Suffolk ranged from just over £2million to £3.5million.

These included the Old Rectory in Drinkstone which sold for £3.5 million, Bridge Farm in The Street which also sold for £3.5million and 64 Linden Walk in Beck Row, which cost £3.3million.

Following shortly behind was Stonehouse Farm in Saxmundham, Bardwell Manor in Bury St Edmunds, Holland House in Huntingfield near Halesworth, Kings Knoll in Broomheath (pictured), 40 Bury Road in Newmarket, and 8 Northgate Street and 4 Abbeygate Street, both in Bury St Edmunds.

For other interesting properties, see www.homes24.co.uk

Kings Knoll, Broomheath, Woodbridge looks onto a river. Picture: CHRIS RAWLINGS

Kings Knoll, Broomheath, Woodbridge looks onto a river. Picture: CHRIS RAWLINGS - Credit: Archant

This top 10 does not include any residential properties with substantial businesses or land attached and was created using Land Registry figures just published.

Kings Knoll, Broomheath, Woodbridge is one of six homes in Bury St Edmunds in the top 10. Picture: R

Kings Knoll, Broomheath, Woodbridge is one of six homes in Bury St Edmunds in the top 10. Picture: RUFUS OWEN - Credit: Archant


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