With a diverse collection of attractions and things to do, plenty of property choices, and the added benefit of the balance between rural and city living, Chadwell Heath is an appealing location for those looking to relocate within commuting distance of London but without the hustle and bustle of life in the city centre.
Why move to Chadwell Heath?
Considered part of both East London and outer Essex, Chadwell Heath is a relatively small town which is connected with two major employers and houses the training ground for local premier league Football club West Ham United. As a place to live, Chadwell Heath benefits from a plethora of property types, suitable for those looking to step onto the property ladder for the first time as well as those hoping to scale up or downsize accordingly.
The location, just two miles from Romford and twelve miles from London, means access to and from Chadwell Heath is easy from all directions, while the nearby amenities and attractions make this a location where residents from all walks of life and of all ages can indulge in their passions and hobbies.
Things to do in Chadwell Heath
Chadwell Heath may be small but with its local football training ground, its array of art hubs and creative spaces, the shops and eateries, and outdoor spaces including nearby Hainault Country Park and the Moby Dick Golf centre, life in Chadwell Heath is certainly not boring.
Because Chadwell Heath is located in between Romford with its old market town vibes, and Ilford with its modern connections to the city of London, this is an area where opportunity is rife and buyers seeking their dream home compete with investment buyers who recognise the potential of owning in such a popular and highly coveted area. Regardless of the high demand in and around Chadwell Heath, our team are here to match you with your dream home.
Property in Chadwell Heath
Property in Chadwell Heath is becoming increasingly popular as more and more homeowners looking to move away from the confines of city life and bridge the gap between access to work and the peace of the surrounding countryside areas and counties.
Alongside areas of Kent and other parts of Essex, Chadwell Heath has seen a rising demand as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the past twelve months continuing on this upward trajectory with the average property price sitting at £386,566.
To break the average property sale prices down into specific house types, we can see that:
- The majority of sales in Chadwell Heath were terraced houses, selling at an average of £447,537.
- The average sale price of semi-detached properties over the last twelve months was £448,434.
- The average sale price of flats over the last twelve months was £237,825.
Chadwell Heath is served by two nearby hospitals – King George Hospital in Goodmayes, and Queens Hospital in Romford.
One of the major benefits of Chadwell Heath is its placement in relation to both the city of London and the outskirts of rural Essex – with the area connected via both road and public transport. For those looking to drive and travel by car, Chadwell Heath is situated just off the A12 and A13 with access to London and other parts of Essex.
By rail, Chadwell Heath has its own train station which is connected to London Liverpool Street. It also falls into the Crossrail project, connecting Chadwell Heath further afield to areas of Reading and Heathrow, and Shenfield. Chadwell Heath is just a short drive from Newbury Park underground station, where residents can catch the central line into London.
Schools and Education
Chadwell Heath is home to a few schools, most notably the Chadwell Heath Academy which is diverse and is considered an outstanding educational facility by its most recent Ofsted report. In addition to those in Chadwell Heath, there are a number of schools in the surroundings areas of Romford and Havering.
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