The 10 most expensive properties in Suffolk
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We reveal the most expensive properties sold in 2017 in Suffolk.
The most expensive house sold in 2017 in Suffolk was Hitcham House in Ipswich.
This property was sold for £6,100,000 in 2017 - it is a detached house with three bedrooms and one bathroom.
Second on the list is 153 The Street in Rushmere St Andrew, which was sold for £2,750,721.
In third place was Stone House on Gun Hill Street in Southwold which was sold for £2,650,000.
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This property is a Grade II listed Regency marine villa which has a great view of the coastline and is close to the town and countryside.
It is a spacious home of eight bedrooms, with an attached three bedroom cottage, and spacious grounds, in a prominent position on the top the hill. Every room apart from the sewing room has great views overlooking the sandy beach or the surrounding countryside.
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Inside the accommodation there is a reception hall with a staircase rising to the first floor galleried landing.
There are four well-proportioned reception rooms all with sea and coastline views to the south and east.
To the rear is the kitchen/breakfast room, a utility and cloakroom.
The first floor features a master bedroom suite, and a guest bedroom is also en suite, and six further bedrooms and two family bathrooms.
Two of the bedrooms have French doors opening onto the East-facing balcony.