Enjoy all the culture Stowmarket has to offer
Those looking to relocate to a quiet town in the south-east of
England may find Stowmarket in Suffolk is the ideal location for
Situated on the A14 trunk road between Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich,
the market town is home to around 19,000 residents.
"Even though it is growing in size and population Stowmarket still
hasn’t lost its charm, with a variety of listed buildings,
typical of Suffolk's towns and villages," a statement on Stowmarket
Town Council's website reads.
People looking at
property for sale in Stowmarket, will probably stumble across
the church of St Peter and St Mary which dates back to the 14th
Culture lovers will also be delighted to learn that Stowmarket is
home to the Museum of East Anglian Life, which is located close to
the centre of the town.
Stowmarket could be a great choice for those with children, as
there are 13 primary schools and five secondary schools within a
five-mile radius of the centre.
It also boasts a golf club and a leisure centre for exercise
enthusiasts and those who enjoy taking part in individual and
The leisure centre features a dance and fitness studio, a gym,
three swimming pools, a climbing wall, an Astroturf pitch and much
Music fans can make use of the John Peel Centre for Creative Arts
and they will enjoy the town in summer, as it plays host to a
festival called Stow-Fest, at which a large number of bands and
artists from the surrounding area perform.
Film fans and theatre lovers are also catered for, as the town has
its own theatre and cinema called the Regal.
Those who work in London may be interested in
property for sale in Stowmarket, as it is only around an hour
and a half on the train from the centre of the city.
Stowmarket railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line that
runs from London Liverpool Street to Norwich.