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New homes in the East of England

Discover what living in one of our new homes in the East of England is like. Use our guide to the key cities, famous landmarks, special landscapes and things to do as your starting point.

Our new homes in the East of England offer you easy access to the capital, to the region’s largest cities and towns, and to the good life on the edge of a village.

This region puts on a great double-act. In the south it jostles up close and personal with Greater London, whilst in the north it becomes more and more rural, until its sandy beaches touch the North Sea. These are the East of England’s credentials, offering new homeowners a deep sense of history, a long coastline, wide open countryside and a strong link with London.

Check out your check-list with our snapshot of the East of England and see if we have the ideal new home for you.

Living in East England

The East of England’s counties

It’s as easy to escape to the country as it is to go to town in this region. Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk are the counties to choose from.

Cities in the East of England

Cambridge, Chelmsford, Ely, Norwich and Peterborough are all historic cathedral cities. Add Roman walls, universities, cobbled streets and great shopping centres. The main towns have plenty to offer too.

Landmarks in the East of England

In a largely low-lying landscape, you can’t miss Ely Cathedral. It’s called the Ship of the Fens with its 70-metre high tower. Southend pier is the longest in the world and King’s College, Cambridge is one of several landmarks in this world-famous seat of learning.

Landscapes in the East of England

Coast and countryside make up the key landscapes in the East of England. From the ancient woodlands of Epping Forest to the unique waterways of the Fens, taking in the Dedham Vale and Suffolk Heath & Coasts Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the way.

Things to do in the East of England

To the north of this region, you can set sail on the Norfolk Broads and all around the coast you can pick your favourite seaside resorts. Head inland for the Newmarket races, and for retail therapy the Only Way is Essex! The Intu Lakeside is one of the UK’s largest indoor shopping centres