The top 5 most viewed properties of November 2020

Take a look inside some of the most viewed houses on our website this November

Posted: November 23, 2020



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It’s often believed that spring and summer are the best times to sell property. Or that cooler months put off potential purchasers. Oft overlook by those looking to sell their homes, winter can in fact be a profitable time for vendors. There is no bad time to list your property!

Misassumptions actually mean there can be less competition during the winter period as fewer people look to list their property. It also sifts out buyers who are less committed, as they’re less willing to brave the colder weather. When prepared properly, your home can be presented at its cosiest during the winter months, showcasing it as a haven against the freezing temperatures outside.

With committed buyers and lower competing properties, winter can be a great time to market your property. If you’re looking to sell or let your home in Suffolk, Essex or Cambridgeshire in the last quarter of 2020 and early 2021, speak to our experienced teams today.

Utilising market leading online and offline marketing methods, we’ll promote your property to an engaged audience. Contact your local office, pop in and see us, or fill in our online form to arrange a free property valuation today.

5) Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) - £400,000 OIEO

Situated in an enviable location in the historic centre of Bury St Edmunds is this charming Grade II Listed 2 double bedroom townhouse boasting period features as well as benefits including 2 reception rooms, master bedroom with en-suite, enclosed courtyard garden and cellar.

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2) Stoke by Clare, Sudbury, Suffolk ( For Sale) - £1,675,000

This substantial 7000 sq ft Grade II Listed country home enjoys a wonderful setting on the outskirts of the village convenient for the local amenities. Believed to be 17th Century with later Georgian additions Moor Hall offers stunning period features which are complemented by luxurious recent finishes with the added benefit of a substantial self-contained annexe wing and detached indoor heated swimming pool. The grounds are a particular asset to the property enjoying a parkland setting and are rumoured to have been designed by Capability Brown for his mother who once lived at the property. In all about 5.5 acres.

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3) Badwell Ash, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk ( For Sale ) - £650,000

This stunning Grade II Listed hall house is situated in a quiet elevated position overlooking open countryside. The property has been significantly updated to create a stylish and comfortable home, blending original period features such as exposed timbers and a particularly impressive inglenook fireplace with modern finishes such as the stylish kitchen, bathrooms and state of the art integrated technology system. The property sits within large mature grounds in all measuring 0.70 of an acre.

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2) Hundon, Sudbury, Suffolk ( For Sale ) - £825,000

This stunning Grade II Listed hall house is situated in a quiet elevated position overlooking open countryside. The property has been significantly updated to create a stylish and comfortable home, blending original period features such as exposed timbers and a particularly impressive inglenook fireplace with modern finishes such as the stylish kitchen, bathrooms and state of the art integrated technology system. The property sits within large mature grounds in all measuring 0.70 of an acre.

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1) Valley Wash, Hundon, Suffolk ( Sold STC ) - £599,995

This charming detached Grade II Listed thatched property is situated on the outskirts of the village convenient for local amenities. The property has retained many original period features including impressive inglenook fireplaces and exposed beams complemented by a modern kitchen and bathrooms, all set within large mature gardens incorporating a heated swimming pool and summer house. In all about 0.48 of an acres.

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