There’s a lot of interest in the types of houses for sale in Stowmarket, and that’s really no surprise. It’s the largest town in the district of Mid Suffolk, and a place that’s steeped in history. It appeared in the Doomsday Book in 1086, when there were just 200 people living there. Naturally the town has prospered and grown over the years, but still boasts 131 officially listed buildings. It was granted its Market Charter in 1347, and the market place is still bustling every Thursday and Saturday.
Marks & Mann
The modern town has become a popular place to visit and to live. That makes houses for sale in Stowmarket much sought after. The friendly team here at Marks & Mann are committed to providing the best possible service for our clients. Because of our knowledge and expertise, we were British Property Awards gold winners in 2019. Therefore, if you are looking for a house in Stowmarket, read on to discover more about property in this charming town.
Wide range of property
There are a wide range of houses for sale in Stowmarket, with something to suit every type of buyer. For example, the average price for a terraced property is around £190,000. This rises to around £220,000 for a semi-detached. A detached property will cost you around £280,000. However, if you are looking for a detached property with more inside and outside space, expect to pay upwards of around £600,000. Naturally, prices also vary depending on the area you choose.
Starting at the lower end of the market, a house in the IP14 5AA postcode area was recently priced at £165,000. This was a two bedroom mid terrace with a good sized garden at the back. It’s an ideal first time buy, and the train station is close by. Situated near to Stowmarket’s bustling town centre in the IP14 5AG area was another two bedroom mid-terrace. It has a family bathroom, double glazing and an enclosed rear garden, and was priced at £170,000.
Listed recently in IP14 1UQ was a three bedroom semi-detached on the desirable Chilton Hall development, priced at £245,000. It has a primary school, Playworld and a sports club nearby, making it an ideal family home. Situated on the Cedars Park development in IP14 5UY, another attractive semi-detached was priced at £255,000. The train station, a Tesco supermarket and the town centre are nearby.
If you’re looking for a house with character, how about a detached Grade II listed cottage in a historic village? Another recent listing, this property is set in the IP14 3DW area, and was priced at £425,000. You can walk to the village pub, and there’s a school just a short drive away. For something a little more contemporary, a detached new-build in the IP14 4SA area is priced at £550,000. It offers great space both inside and out, and is located in the picturesque village of Bacton.
If you want to know more about houses for sale in Stowmarket, please don’t hesitate to contact the Marks & Mann Stowmarket office.