Call me back

 

Beccles

Beccles is a traditional market town located in the East Anglian County of Suffolk, England. Residing in the district of Waveney in an area known as the Waveney Valley, drawing on the name of the River Waveney that runs through the town, Beccles is the most southerly navigable point of the world famous Norfolk Broads.

Beccles is 18 miles from Norwich and travelling by car takes 30 minutes, Lowestoft is 11 miles and travel by car takes 23 minutes. Beccles has a railway station with trains to Ipswich Town or Lowestoft, the former with connection to London Liverpool Street and later with connection to Great Yarmouth and onto the City of Norwich.

As published by Waveney District Council July 2014, Beccles had a population of 10,123 and combined with its suburb, Worlingham in 2014 population totalled 13,868. Beccles had 4,789 dwellings with the average property being a 3 bed terraced house occupied by 2 residents.

The primary postcode for Beccles is NR34.

The average house price paid in Beccles in 2016 was £234,846 and average asking price was £254,326 (at December 2016). Average asking rent was £630 PCM (quoted as at December 2016). To find out more about property values click here

Living Property Waveney Lettings & Management highly recommend Beccles as a place to live having a wide selection of houses, bungalows and flats to rent in Beccles. Beccles has housing to cater for everyone’s needs with property types ranging from town homes to country houses, from modern estate housing to non estate. To search for property for rent in Beccles click here

Beccles is served by Sir John Leman High School (13-18) as well as two Middle Schools and a range of primary schools.

"Living Property have fully managed my three rental properties in Bungay for several years now. I have always found Kim and Paula to be efficient, professional, proactive and friendly. Dealing with them has become like dealing with friends. The agency’s monthly management fee is very reasonable. I am often abroad, and I particularly value the fact that when tenants move in or out, the staff deal with all the utility companies, meter readings, Council Tax, etc. In the early days, when I managed the properties myself, this was nothing but hassle, worry and aggravation, but not any more. Paula makes regular inspections of the properties and reports back to me. She is not greeted by the tenants with suspicion or misgiving but is welcomed in, sometimes with tea and pastries! I have no hesitation in recommending Living Property both to landlords and tenants. Dr C. Goodden (landlord)"
Dr C Goodden (Landlord)