The 10 most expensive properties in Suffolk

Stone House was the third most expensive property in Suffolk in 2017. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Stone House was the third most expensive property in Suffolk in 2017. Picture: CONTRIBUTED - Credit: Archant

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.

Southwold, a special house by the sea

Southwold, a special house by the sea - Credit: Archant

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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.

Read more: Sea views from the top of Gun Hill, Southwold

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