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East Anglia Property Buying Agent

Whatever your needs, finding a property in such a beautiful part of the country can be a quite a task, with gorgeous properties and stunning locations everywhere you look!

However, having lived in East Anglia all my life and now bringing up my own family here, I take great pride in using my local knowledge and contacts to help clients find the best location and property for them and to steer them through the buying process.

As well as helping find the perfect property I know how important it is to make sure the other aspects of quality of life are considered. It is the whole picture that ultimately makes a move successful and every move is unique,

“Finding a property in such a beautiful part of the country can be a quite a task!”

My home city of Cambridge itself has long been a magnet for academic and cultural activities and is a growing hub for the UK science sector. Cambridge and its surrounding rural villages are rich with period properties and offer a blend of good state and private schooling, friendly active communities and easy access to London by car and by train in around an hour.

If you are moving into the area with your family, a successful move might mean helping you find the right school for you children – perhaps even before you start to look for a house. With over 160 private schools across East Anglia (11 in Cambridge alone) the choice can often be daunting. Some popular choices are The Leys, The Perse, and Kings School at Ely but all have different strengths and requirements. Add in the excellent choice in the state sector and it can be overwhelming if you don’t have someone with local knowledge to help you know where to start.

Or, if you are retiring to the Norfolk or Suffolk coasts it might be more about the best beaches for dog walking (just ask my Dachshund, Dolly, she particularly loves the sands at Brancaster) or access to the best towns with active local communities, and the best places to eat rather than simply tourist hotspots. In which case, towns I would particularly recommend would be Aylsham, Beccles or Saxmundham.

If you are looking for farmsteads or properties with more acreage, inland Norfolk and north Suffolk can be a great hunting ground with properties often at very reasonable prices yet still within easy reach of Norwich or many other market towns.

In south Suffolk I consider Bury St Edmunds to be the standout town, blending facilities beyond its size with medieval streets and timbered buildings, whilst Stansted is close enough to offer a quick and easy air hub for European travel.

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