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Flats For Sale in Romford, Essex

110 Flats For Sale in Romford, Essex

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The property felt secure with a private garden . A notable item in the garden is the appealing summer house.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average asking price for flats in Romford, Essex?

The average asking price for flats in Romford, Essex is £490,236

What is the average rental price for flats in Romford, Essex?

The average rental price for flats in Romford, Essex is £1,506

What are the most recently listed flats available in Romford, Essex?

The most recently listed flats in Romford, Essex are as follows:
Chadville Gardens, Chadwell Heath, RM6
Elgin Avenue, Romford
Jarvis Way, Romford

What are some cheap flats available in Romford, Essex?

The cheapest flats in Romford, Essex are as follows:
6 Patmore Way, Collier Row, Romford, RM5
The Chase, Eastbrook End ,Barking, Essex
Land on the East Side of 274 Cross Road, Mawneys, Romford, Essex, RM7 8HS

What are the most luxurious flats for sale in Romford, Essex?

The most luxurious flats in Romford, Essex are as follows:
Hoe Lane, Abridge, Romford, Essex
Links Avenue, Gidea Park, RM2
Fancy Free, Hoe Lane, Abridge, RM4

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Nearby schools

St Edward's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School is 0.27 miles from Romford St Peter's Catholic Primary School is 0.34 miles from Romford The Mawney Foundation School is 0.46 miles from Romford Gidea Park Primary School is 0.47 miles from Romford

Popular stations

Romford Station is 0.43 miles from Romford Gidea Park Station is 0.96 miles from Romford Emerson Park Station is 1.78 miles from Romford Elm Park Station is 2.25 miles from Romford

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Romford – a popular commuter town with a broad range of housing options from small apartments to large family homes

BACKGROUND

Romford is a large town in east London, sitting just 14 miles northeast of Charing Cross. Its road links to London and the opening of the railway station in the 1800s were key to the development of the town. In the 20th century, it expanded significantly, becoming part of Greater London in 1965. Nowadays it is one of the largest commercial, retail, entertainment and leisure districts in London.

TRANSPORT

Romford railway station has a direct connection to London Liverpool Street. There are also Greater Anglia services to/from Southend and Colchester Town. A branch line connects Romford to Upminster, for London Overground and the District Line Tube station.

Romford is a hub of the London Bus network, with services to Canning Town, Stratford and Leytonstone.

The A12 trunk road passes around the north of Romford while the A118 from Stratford connects with it at Gallows Corner.



AMENITIES

As a former market town, Romford is well served by public houses, restaurants and shops.

Entertainment facilities here include the Brookside Theatre, Romford Greyhound Stadium, one of the few remaining dog racing tracks in London; and two multi-screen cinemas. The night-time economy is almost as significant as the daytime, with thousands of people visiting its pubs, clubs and bars.

Romford is home to The Liberty Shopping Centre, which is a retail hub with a mix of high street brands and popular eateries The town market is held three days a week, and you will find stalls selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to vintage records and antiques.

Romford and its surrounding villages have three leisure centres within reach, one of which, the new Sapphire centre, boasts its own ice-skating rink. Despite being a developed town on the edge of London, Romford also isn’t short of green spaces with excellent facilities and varied wildlife.





Three highly rated schools in the Romford area are the Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls in the town, The Campion School in Hornchurch, and the Robert Clack School in Dagenham. The Concordia Academy, St Peter's Catholic Primary and Ardleigh Green are outstanding primary schools.

If you are considering a move to Romford, there are several nationwide estate agents based around South Street and Victoria Road. Chartered Surveyors and mortgage brokers are also in close proximity to the centre.



Romford Town Centre

There is no shortage of properties for sale in Romford, and the town centre offers a selection of new and old apartments. A 1 bedroom flat within walking distance of the town centre costs from £250,000; there are 2 bedroom flats and penthouses at £400,000 upwards

Marshalls Park

Better known for the Marshalls Park Academy state school, new housing developments have now made Marshalls Park an attractive option for semi-detached and detached properties. Approximately half a mile from Romford station and walking distance from the canal and Raphael Park. You can expect to pay £800,000 or more for a 4 bedroom property in this area.



Gidea Park

Gidea Park was once known as Romford’s Garden Suburb and is to the north east of the town centre. It has its own railway station and is home to Raphael Park with a beautiful lake and lawns. A 4 bedroom or 5 bedroom home in the Gidea Park conservation area costs between £1.2m and £1.5m.



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