Earl Soham is a thriving village with a famous traditional butchers, and the renowned
Victoria public house which serves beer brewed by the Earl Soham Brewery. There is
a primary school and pre-school group as well as both tennis and bowls clubs. The
village lies within a designated Conservation Area surrounded by the picturesque
countryside of the Deben Valley.
Set right at the centre of the county, with the historic market town of Framlingham
approximately 4 miles to the east and providing an extensive range of local shopping,
commercial and recreational facilities, together with excellent schools in both the
private and state sectors. Further facilities are available in Debenham to the west
and the riverside town of Woodbridge which is about 13 miles to the south.
The county town of Ipswich lies 14 miles to the south and here there are main line
railway services to London’s Liverpool Street station taking just over the hour.
The A14 is accessible some 12 miles to the west and provides a dual carriageway link
to Cambridge and the Midlands as well as to London via the A12 or M11.
Telecomm’s services including broadband are excellent for this type of location.
We know these words sound like pretentious estate agent “twaddle”.....but just drop
by and you’ll soon see how serious we are.