Stoke Street and Rectory Road is a small development of 12 one bed apartments in Ipswich. An on-site manager takes care of maintenance of the buildings/grounds and can also help with access to further support if required.
There is a strong sense of community and residents often arrange events, making this a very happy and inclusive setting. On your doorstep you’ll find a post office, doctors’ surgery and convenience store.
In the local area
The town has a fine array of high street stores in the Buttermarket and Tower Ramparts shopping centres. There are three theatres, two museums and an abundance of independent boutiques and restaurants. The town features some of the most historic architecture in Suffolk. Ipswich is home to many artists and has a number of galleries. The historic Blackfriars area on the waterfront has a lively mix of eateries, bars, coffee shops and smaller shops.
Art and culture
Christchurch Mansion houses a fine collection of art from Suffolk artists including Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable. Holywells Park, painted by Gainsborough, is located near the docks and Alexandra Park near the waterfront. The Ipswich Arts Festival, known as Ip-art, is the town’s annual summer arts festival. At nearby Bucklesham village you’ll find Trinity Park, home to the annual Suffolk Show. The seaside resorts of Felixstowe and Lowestoft are nearby for day trips, plus you may enjoy the horseracing at Newmarket.
Ipswich is a large medieval town in Suffolk on the River Orwell, known as East Anglia’s premier waterfront town. The estate is located just off Belstead Road, not far from the A14 and A12. Ipswich railway station is a short walk away for services to London, Norwich and Lowestoft. Nearby towns are Felixstowe, Needham Market and Stowmarket in Suffolk and Harwich and Colchester in Essex. Stansted airport and Harwich International Port are within an hour’s drive.
Distance to GP: 2 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.02 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.05 miles