Ipswich has a lot of popular places to live, but do you know which roads are the most sought-after? 

Estate agents at Savills have named the most popular places to live in Suffolk's county town. 

Alexander McNab, from the residential sales team, said that for those looking to relocate to Ipswich the postcodes around Christchurch Park were highly desirable. 

“There is a good mix of high quality family housing and some really lovely period properties – particularly in the likes of Westerfield Road, Tuddenham Road, Paget Road, St Edmunds Place and surrounding areas,” he said.

“Ipswich School and Northgate High School are both close by, Christchurch Park is on your doorstep, and all the while you’re within easy reach of the town centre and railway station if you need to commute.”

Tuddenham Road

Located to the north of Ipswich, Tuddenham Road has many of the same benefits as Rushmere Road.

Unlike Rushmere Road, however, Tuddenham Road runs much further into the town centre.

Christchurch Park

Located relatively close to the centre of town, but still far enough out to be quiet, estate agents recommend the roads surrounding Christchurch Park for the grandeur of their Victorian houses.

Ipswich Star: Inside Christchurch ParkInside Christchurch Park (Image: Sarah Lucy Brown)

Other benefits to living around Christchurch Park include easy access to good schools, as well as cultural and leisure facilities, with the museum and crown pools only being a short walk away.

Westerfield Road

Westerfield Road is north of the town and leads from the town centre towards Westerfield. 

Right next to Chirstchurch Park the road the road is also home to one of the town's most popular pubs The Woolpack. 

Paget Road

Within walking distance of Christchurch Park and Ipswich School, Paget Road is a small, but popular road between Anglesea Road and Constitution Hill.