New data has revealed the most expensive streets in Ipswich to buy a home. 

Estate agent Savills has calculated the average sale price for homes on different roads and streets in the town. 

The data is based on sales over the last 10 years where there have been 10 or more properties sold.

Paget Road is the most expensive road to buy a house with an average price of £657,167. 

The top five most expensive streets in Ipswich can be seen below:

Peter Ogilvie, head of residential sales at Savills in Suffolk, said: “These prices are of course averages, so there will be variation within individual roads.

"Our research also only looked at roads where there have been 10 or more properties sold in the last 10 years, so other roads with a smaller sample size may well be more expensive but with fewer transactions.

"That said, the roads mentioned all share similar characteristics. Paget Road, St Edmunds Place and Kingsfield Avenue are all relatively near to Christchurch Park and Ipswich School, there is a good mix of high quality family housing and you are in close proximity to the train station and town centre.

"Rushmere Road is near to Rushmere Heath, so has the benefit of lots of green space on the doorstep, while it also popular with those who work at the nearby hospital.

"Stone Lodge Lane meanwhile is just off Belstead Road – close to St Joseph’s College and within easy reach of the railway station and the town’s amenities.”