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When buying or selling a home through a local estate agent, first impressions count. Do you get the right ‘gut’ feeling? It’s all about trust really. Without knowing someone personally, would you trust them to be fair and efficient? That’s an issue we are trying to resolve here at Aldeburgh Property. We will endeavor to give you more personal information on the estate agents featured so you can make the best decisions when choosing them. Whether you are purchasing or selling a home in the historic Suffolk town of Aldeburgh or the surrounding villages of Gromford, Snape, Thorpeness or Aldringham, we are here to help you choose the right local people who have exclusive local knowledge of the local housing markets; people you can trust.

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At Aldeburgh Property, we’ll also tell you a bit about the town, its history and give you a few helpful links to Councils and Schools.

Laying between the mouth of the river Alde and the Suffolk North Sea, Aldeburgh has a population of about 2,500.

It is thought the town has roughly one third of its habitable property as second homes.

Linked to the A12 via the A1094 at Friday Street, Aldeburgh is about 110 miles North East from London, 44 miles South East from Norwich and 26 miles North East from Ipswich.

The nearest railway link is about 7 miles away at Saxmundham making Aldeburgh a viable commuter possibility.

Other South East Suffolk towns which have wonderful properties are Southwold to the North, Felixstowe to the South, as well as FramlinghamWoodbridge , Hadleigh, Lavenham, Bury St Edmunds and Shotley.

Aldeburgh History

There are 64 listed building and monuments with Moot Hall, dating from 1520, as one of the oldest.

Famous as the residence of composer Benjamin Britten, the international Aldeburgh Festival of arts at nearby Snape Maltings was his idea back in 1948. Aldeburgh still has an annual poetry festival and several thriving food festivals.

Although most of it has been lost to the sea, Aldeburgh was a significant Tudor shipbuilding port and was given borough status by Henry VIII in 1529.

Unfortunately, as the river Alde gradually silted up, so did the shipbuilding but Aldeburgh regained its notoriety as a Victorian seaside holiday destination.

Featured Aldeburgh Properties

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Other beautiful areas to look for property are Southwold, Framlingham, Woodbridge, Felixstowe, Bury St Edmunds, Lavenham, Hadleigh, Shotley and even over the border in North East Essex to Dedham and Manningtree.

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