East Anglia

From the Thames to the North Sea and across to The Wash, I cover the following counties:



  • More medieval churches than the rest of the UK

  • The fine cathedral city of Norwich with all its history and culture

  • The Broads network of rivers and lakes



  • The coast and heathland designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

  • Pretty market towns such as Bury St Edmunds

  • Home of horse racing at Newmarket and the Aldeburgh festival



  • Sharing Constable country with Suffolk

  • Chocolate box cottages in Finchingfield

  • Now even better connected with the Elizabeth Line


  • The world renowned University and historic buildings of Cambridge

  • Conveniently close to the Midlands and London

  • The Isle of Ely with its magnificent gothic cathedral in The Fens



  • Much of it rural but well connected by road, rail and air

  • Understated and secluded charm and character

  • The Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty



  • Close to London with a wealth of Tudor architecture to match

  • St Albans and Harpenden both feature in The Sunday Times best places to live

  • Home to Letchworth, the world’s first garden city