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Little Cote at Old Newton, could be the perfect country retreat. Jayne Lindill meets its owners who have lovingly restored this simple Suffolk farm cottage
Sue Crowe has created a unique oak-framed home at Kirton, near Felixstowe
Lurking unlisted and unloved by the roadside, on the A1120 tourist route from Stowmarket to Yoxford, Pettaugh’s Victorian Mission Room had, ironically enough, become its very own lost cause.
Natural swimming ponds are the ultimate garden feature – practical and beautiful. Take a dip in Charlotte and Oliver Morgan's pond near Woodbridge
Most people who want to build their own home find that the hardest part of the self-build process is finding a suitable site...
Even the intervention of swallows, giant moths and snakes can't hinder the rapid pace of work at Culford
The Stott family's ambitious conversion of a town windmill is coming along nicely
Homes24.co.uk, the property channel of Archant, the UK's largest independently owned regional media businesses, and publisher of the Archant Life magazines, has had a strong reaction from users since re-launching last month...
Richard Bryson meets a builder untaking a restoration project with a difference
Well-chosen decking can improve your home not just outdoors but inside as well, says <br/><br/>Alex Licence
Pretty as a picture, thatched cottages are a hallmark of our county. But what sort of people live in these picture postcard homes and what is it like? We asked some proud owners
Chic hotel expert Lulu Townsend talks about her work and her two Suffolk homes
There are hundreds at Felixstowe and Southwold and is much more than seaside sheds
Period homes can be expensive to run, but it is possible to save money by learning a bit about traditional skills, says Paula Sunshine