Ipswich is a cosmopolitan hub steeped in industrial and maritime heritage. The historic port has evolved into a vibrant and exciting location for enjoying life. Green open spaces complement the historic High Street buildings, juxtaposed with contemporary Waterside shops, leisure venues and modern industry headquarters. Travel easily to Norwich, Colchester or Cambridge by road or rail, and benefit from frequent, direct trains into London Liverpool Street.
Eclectic and exclusive shopping stand side by side in Ipswich. Unique boutiques, artisan cafes and independent hidden gems sit within historic Tudor shopfronts lining The Saints, the main thoroughfare between the town centre and the Waterfront. Flagship stores abound on the High Street, with further well-known names in the Buttermarket and Sailmakers shopping centres. Peruse the local Cornhill Market which is held four times a week, or spend an afternoon browsing the large John Lewis and other homeware stores, on the edge of town.
The stunning Waterside area has become the life and soul of the town whatever the time, day or night, packed with over a kilometre of contemporary bars, restaurants, shops and office space. Taste-buds can be tempted by the extraordinary range of food and drink on offer within the countless brasseries, traditional taverns and pavement cafes.
Ipswich has a growing reputation as a cultural centre of excellence. With a host of sports and arts venues, there’s always something new to see or try. From musical showcases at the New Wolsey Theatre, to performances and classes at the bold and inventive DanceEast, and the best in touring shows at the Corn Exchange. Watch the latest movie release at the 12-screen Cineworld, or catch a weekend game at Ipswich Town football club.
Chantry Park lies just over two miles from Jasmine Park. This beautiful conservation area is the largest green space within Ipswich town, covering more than 124 acres. Venturing slightly further afield, enjoy summer afternoons at Christchurch Park, exploring the miles of grounds, or admire the significant collection of Constable paintings which reside within the Tudor walls of Christchurch Mansion.
Ipswich offers a wide range of both state and private school options. Within approximately two miles of Jasmine Park there are over 20 different places of education, including Infant, Junior and Primary schools. Closest are the highly regarded Springfield Infant school and Springfield Junior School. Residents at Jasmine Park are also within three miles of several secondary schools, many of which have sixth form college options. For further education students, the bustling Waterfront is home to the purpose-built flagship building of the University of Suffolk.
The location of Jasmine Park gives fast and easy access to the A14 within minutes, and onward travel to London on the A12 via Colchester and Chelmsford, before joining the M25 at junction 28. Ipswich rail station is just 2.5 miles away and offers direct travel to London Liverpool Street in one hour and ten minutes.
London Liverpool Street 1hr 10 mins
Cambridge 1hr 19 mins
Norwich 43 mins
A14 1 mile
A12 3 miles
M25 55 miles
Stansted 48 miles
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