The town of Sudbury and the surrounding villages have their own uniqueness that draw many people to the area and create a desire to live there. Sudbury itself has a certain charm to it and is a traditional weaving town. Although you cannot get a train into London directly from Sudbury, Colchester station is only around a 25 minute drive from the centre and thereafter, it is a 50 minute train journey to Liverpool Street. A small price to pay in order to have a larger property and live in a quieter area.
As a local estate agents in Sudbury, we wanted to put together a rough guide to the average house prices in Sudbury (which will include some surrounding villages). Moving home or buying your first property is a massive decision and it needs to be the right one for your situation. Some people can feel pressure to buy a house of a certain size because other people in either social or professional circles have done so, but everyone has a different situation, financially and personally. It has to be right if not you will regret it. As a guide only, here are the average house prices in the Sudbury area. The information is available on Zoopla.
- Detached houses sell for an average £418,475, but are valued at £478,420. This is a huge difference, but the actual buying price is extremely reasonable for what you get.
- Semi-detached houses sell for roughly £274,768 and have an average value of £288,096.
- Terraced houses have a higher price tag than that of Ipswich or Clacton, with the average purchase being £227,455 and a market value of £243,468.
- Flats in Sudbury are sold around £162,031 and have an average value of £157,203.
If Sudbury is somewhere you’re thinking of moving to, get in touch with one of our team today.