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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average asking price for one bedroom houses in Maldon, Essex?

The average asking price for one bedroom houses in Maldon, Essex is £475,536

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

The average rental price for flats in Maldon, Essex is £966

What are the most recently listed one bedroom houses available in Maldon, Essex?

The most recently listed one bedroom houses in Maldon, Essex are as follows:
Lysander Grove, Maldon
Land Lying on the East Side of Maypole Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 4SX
Virley Close, Heybridge

What are some cheap one bedroom houses available in Maldon, Essex?

The cheapest one bedroom houses in Maldon, Essex are as follows:
Land adjoining Highams Farm, Highams Chase, Goldhanger, Essex, CM9 8AL
Land Lying on the East Side of Maypole Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 4SX
Cottage to the Rear of 144 High Street, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5BX

What are the most luxurious one bedroom houses for sale in Maldon, Essex?

The most luxurious one bedroom houses in Maldon, Essex are as follows:
Main Road, Mundon, Maldon
Woodham Mortimer, Danbury
Colchester Road, Great Totham, Maldon

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Nearby schools

Heybridge Primary School is 0.24 miles from Maldon Heybridge Co-Operative Academy is 0.50 miles from Maldon Maldon Primary School is 1.22 miles from Maldon Maldon Court Preparatory School is 1.25 miles from Maldon

Popular stations

Witham Station is 5.23 miles from Maldon Hatfield Peverel Station is 5.43 miles from Maldon North Fambridge Station is 6.44 miles from Maldon Althorne Station is 6.79 miles from Maldon

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Maldon – home to a small population, a picturesque town with spacious detached homes and smaller, town centre retirement properties.


Maldon is a town of about 15,000 people on the banks of the Chelmer in the Blackwater Estuary, Essex. It is the starting point of the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, which runs to Chelmsford. Its estuary setting, relatively easy commute to London and number of new housing developments make it increasingly popular with families.

Maldon was an important Saxon port and the town's Hythe Quay is the residence of several Thames sailing barges, among the last cargo vessels in the world still operating under sail.

Maldon Sea Salt has been produced here since 1882 and it is also the location of the first self-service Tesco supermarket in the country, which was opened in 1956.


Maldon lies on the A414, 10 miles east of Chelmsford, and 49 miles north-east of Charing Cross, London, using the A13. The town's railway station closed in 1966 so the nearest stations to Maldon now are Hatfield Peverel, Witham and North Fambridge. Hatfield Peverel, 45 minutes by train from London Liverpool Street, is to the north of the town, whilst North Fambridge is to the south.


Promenade Park with its many activities including a Splash Park, sand pit and adventure golf, has been a popular leisure location for over 100 years. There are dozens of shops along Maldon High Street and in a new shopping centre at Blackwater Retail Park, on the site of a former rail yard. The town hosts an annual mud race, festival, carnival, regatta and Blackwater Country Show. Nearby is Burnham-on-Crouch, an historic yachting centre known as the "Cowes of the East."

The largest school is Plume, Maldon's Community Academy. The highly rated Ormiston Rivers Academy is in neighbouring Burnham-on-Crouch. There are also many primary schools in the town.

If you are moving to Maldon, several of the larger estate agent chains have branches on the high street. However, for more specialised services, such as surveyors and mortgage brokers, you may want to use PropertyHeads.

Spital Road

Spital Road consists mainly of large properties, parks and lakes, just one mile from Maldon town centre. You will find detached houses in this area, and they all come with a considerable amount of land. 2 bedroom barn conversions here cost anywhere from £400,000 upwards but a 6 bedroom mansion with estuary views and extensive grounds can be in the region of £6million. Occasionally, 2 bedroom waterfront bungalows or flats are available and their average price is £500,000.

Handley Gardens

Handley Gardens is a new housing development in the south of Maldon, designed to blend modern lifestyle with seaside living. It is close to several schools and has all the local community facilities you need. New homes in the Handley Gardens development cost from £350,000 for a 3 bedroom house and from £600,000 for a 5 bedroom property.

If you prefer to stay in the centre of Maldon, which has a small residential area, near the high street you will find that a 1 bedroom flat or maisonette costs around £200,000.