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Local Area

Ipswich has been one of the most prosperous cities in the UK since Saxon times. Today much of London’s financial services industry use Ipswich as a hub with names such as Royal Bank of Scotland, Willis Group, Norwich Union and AXA opening new offices in a development just north of the river. Most recently,
the brand new University Campus Suffolk brought on rapid development along the waterfront area with many trendy new bars, restaurants and apartments lining the east bank of the river.

Historic Ipswich

Ipswich is located in a beautiful area of East Anglia – “Constable Country” – in fact, the setting of Constable’s most famous painting, “The Haywain”, is only a few miles down the A12 road. During its heyday Ipswich was a major trading port, being located on the estuary of the Orwell River on the East Coast.

Historic Ipswich
Eat, Drink & Shop

Ipswich today features cutting edge leisure and entertainment sitting side-by-side. With many trendy new bars, restaurants and apartments lining the east bank of the river set in a fusion of Saxon half-timber cottages, Victorian townhouses and shiny new high-rise developments, there is something for everyone.

Historic Ipswich
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Ipswich is located in a beautiful area of East Anglia – “Constable Country” – in fact, the setting of Constable’s most famous painting, “The Haywain”, is only a few miles down the A12 road. During its heyday Ipswich was a major trading port, being located on the estuary of the Orwell River on the East Coast. Need to speak to Ipswich Commercial Real Estate agent? Contact Futura Park today!

 

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