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The Chase,Harlow, Essex CM17 9LU
2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £280,000
Beeches Road, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 2RU
No homes available
Maldon Road, Burnham-On-Crouch, Essex CM0 8NR
4 bedroom houses
Prices from £500,000
Maldon, Essex CM9 6SH
1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses
Epping Road, Roydon, Essex CM19 5DP
4 & 5 bedroom houses
Wedow Road, Thaxted, Essex CM6 2JZ
2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses
Please browse our new homes in Essex that are current, coming soon and subject to planning by using the links above. Developments can be seen on a map view by clicking here.
There is much more to Essex than traditional seaside fun and the Londoner's escape. Epping Forest for example boasts the largest public open space in the London area, at almost 6,000 acres. It stretches 12 miles from Manor Park in East London to just north of Epping. The county is incredibly diverse with some of the quaintest and most picturesque villages in the UK and much of the coastline is protected as Nature Reserves. Add to this outstanding links to the capital, top notch shopping and an abundance of schools and Essex is a very appealing place to buy a new home.
Air, rail and road links are well catered for in Essex. Stansted Airport serves destinations in Europe as well as Asia; access into London by rail generally takes less than an hour and the M11 and M25 both pass through the county.
Lakeside Shopping Centre is one of the biggest shopping centres in the UK. It possesses over 250 shops, cafes and restaurants including a giant M&S, House of Fraser, Primark, Topshop and Debenhams. Epping village offers a traditional village shopping experience and Buckhurst Hill is a label lover's heaven.
There are hundreds of junior and primary schools in Essex, 90 state secondary schools and a handful of grammar and private schools. The University of Essex focuses on social subjects and is home to the Institute for Social and Economic Research.