David Burr Estate Agents Newmarket

Property & houses for sale in Newmarket, Suffolk

01638 669035
156 High St, Newmarket, CB8 9AQ

Newmarket is quite possibly one of the most historic and well known towns in East Anglia, a market town that has become internationally recognised as both the heart and capital of the horse racing industry. The town dates back to the early 1600s when first described by Charles 1 as a “little village” and has continued to be a centre for British royalty. Newmarket has in more recent times become a thriving town offering the convenience of modern living with a wealth of amenities including award winning restaurants and cafés as well a bustling high street with popular nightlife venues. The town has recently been shortlisted as a potential world heritage site offering all the benefits of beautiful and unrivalled green spaces with housing stock from the typical chocolate box village cottage to the most contemporary modern homes. Newmarket also boasts a wealth of educational facilities, great transport links to nearby City of Cambridge as well as Bury St Edmunds.

Our Newmarket team is underpinned by its local knowledge with staff that live in the area and enjoys over 30 years of combined experience in both residential sales and lettings. Newmarket is a vibrant and active town to both live and work in with something to suit all lifestyles be it the busy bustle of the town itself or the quiet pace of some of the county’s most stunning and picturesque villages. The practical benefits of Newmarket’s transport links are certainly a great advantage with Cambridge a short drive or train ride away and central London less than an hour by rail.

Office Principal

Office principal Newmarket

Luke Johnson heads up our Newmarket office having joined the company after leaving the close by city of Cambridge. Having grown up in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire all of his life and being an estate agent for many years in the area he’s passionate about the area and the expansive selection of property the counties offer. In his spare time you’ll likely find him enjoying the countryside further with a run, dog walk or even a drink or a bite to eat in one of the many desirable pubs and restaurants locally.