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Tue 14 Mar 2023

Popular Website Hails Bury St Edmunds

You don’t need to be a world-famous detective to realise we have a lot of love for Bury St Edmunds. We think this a brilliant place to live, and we work closely with buyers and vendors to move property in, out and around the area. If you need to know anything about this part of Suffolk, we will assist you as best we can.

Of course, we appreciate we have a bias in our beliefs, which means we love hearing other people talk positively about Bury St Edmunds. This indicates we are on the right track, and if you are looking for further proof of how great a place this is, you’ll adore what Muddy Stilettos say about Bury St Edmunds.

One of the best places to live in the country

The website undertakes a “Best Places To Live” review every year, where they shortlist 10 locations for every county in England. From there, they then select the best place to live in a county and name the best place to live in the entire country.

We are thrilled to see Bury St Edmunds classed as the best place to live in Suffolk. There are some beautiful places like Aldeburgh and Southwold to consider, but only one place comes out on top.

The Muddy Stilettos side described Bury St Edmunds as a perfectly sized town, “with everything you need on your doorstep including independent shops and mainstream chains, theatres, and a fab foodie scene, plus it’s rather pleasing on the eye with its gorgeous candy-coloured houses, historical ruins, medieval quarter and cathedral.”

Highlights of the local area include:

  • Ickworth House and Park, called "one of the most stunning National Trusts in the UK".
  • The Greene King Brewery was classed as a “huge landmark in the town”
  • The Nutshell pub, often recognised as the smallest pub in the country, is a “best kept secret”

The commute to London or Cambridge was also listed as beneficial, with passengers able to take a train to London Liverpool Street in 90 minutes. For those travelling to Cambridge, the A14 makes for a pleasant and straightforward trip, which means whether you want to spend your time here or use Bury St Edmunds as a base for work or play, there is a lot to love about the local area.

We are always happy to discuss the local area, but you don’t need only to take our word for how magnificent Bury St Edmunds is; plenty of other people are happy to share the word.

Contact Coakley & Theaker for all your Bury St Edmunds property market needs

At Coakley & Theaker, we aim to support the local community as much as we can, and we know this is an extremely trying time. A lot of people are looking for support and guidance, and if you have any property or housing related questions, we are more than happy to assist you, so contact us today by calling us on 01284 769691.