Posted on Tuesday, March 30, 2021


Hockeys Estate Agents in Gazeley

Selling or Buying in Gazeley?

If you are thinking of selling or buying a property and are looking for an estate agent in Gazeley, then please contact Hockeys on 01223 356054 to speak with one of our local village specialists.

Alternatively, click here if you wish to search online for any available properties in the village or here if you are thinking of selling and would like to arrange a face-to-face, free, no obligation, valuation. Just curious? Then click here for an instant valuation of your home.


Gazeley is an attractive and thriving village approximately 5 miles from the historic horse racing town of Newmarket and 23 miles from the university city of Cambridge. There is good access to the A14 which interconnects to the M11 motorway to London and the A11. The market town of Bury St Edmunds is just over 10 miles away. For commuters there is a branch line connection from Kennett (2.5 miles) and Newmarket BR Stations to Cambridge and Ipswich. Cambridge and Whittlesford Parkway offer direct rail lines into London, with Cambridge North Station and the fastest trains taking under one hour. Stansted International Airport is approximately 45 miles away.  

Village Information

Gazeley is a stunning village set in rolling Suffolk countryside. Local folklore has it that the village is so called because "It gazes over Ely. The prominent Grade I listed church dates to the early 14th century and occupies a commanding position at the heart of the village. The Village Hall is also in the centre of the village and was left in trust to the village in the 1930's, it is run by the Village Hall Management Committee. Various organisations use it on a regular basis including Dalham & Gazeley Womens Institute, Gazeley History Society, the Table Tennis Club, the Bingo Club and Yoga. 


Gazeley has an active public house and micro-brewery, The Chequers, recreation ground and play park and the nearby village of Moulton benefits from a Post Office/shop, excellent primary school and the historic Packhorse Bridge and renowned Packhorse Inn. There are several good primary schools within 3 miles and many secondary education choices in Newmarket, Mildenhall and Bury St Edmunds. The nearby horseracing town of Newmarket provides a good range of amenities including schools, shops, supermarkets, hotels, restaurants and leisure facilities, including health clubs, a swimming pool, golf club and the National Horseracing Museum. Renowned globally for thoroughbred horses, it boasts two separate premier racetracks with quality horses competing throughout the season.