Shared Ownership in Essex
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Essex is a popular choice for commuters thanks to its proximity to London. The county also enjoys an international airport at Stansted and Southend. There are great shopping and entertainment options in urban areas including Chelmsford, Brentwood and Harlow. Whether you’re a young professional looking for your first home, a new family or looking to get onto the housing ladder, a Shared Ownership home could be ideal.
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Homes enjoy rolling countryside, beaches and woodland, and vibrant towns with magnificent job prospects and excellent transport links with London.
Spend your weekends shopping and dining out in rural pubs or slick urban restaurants. Explore the most popular beauty spots including Mersea Island, where watersports are a way of life, Maldon and the Heybridge Basin, and the quaint village of Finchingfield with its famous pond.
Living in Essex means that everything from medieval castles and ancient woodland to theatres and bars will be on your doorstep.
Take a look at some of the best local landmarks in Essex and start planning days out in your new area.
Colchester Zoo is a fun day out for all the family. Open for over 50 years, the zoo is home to hundreds of animals including elephants, giraffes, lions, orangutans and lots of rare and endangered species. Visitors have the chance to listen to keeper talks and even feed some animals.
Clacton is one of many seaside towns along the Essex coast, its beach and pier are a popular tourist destination. There has been a pier in Clacton since 1871—it now offers several attractions and rides.
Built by the Normans in the 1100s, Hedingham castle is a family home but its keep remains open to the public during summer. The castle and its grounds are used for lots of fun activities including jousting, archery, falconry and music concerts.
Hatfield Forest is a National Trust nature reserve in Essex. This ancient royal hunting forest is a popular place for family days out and dog walks. There is a large lake and woodland to explore, as well as free ranging cow and sheep herds to spot plus a cafe to top it off.
From airports to hospitals, grammar schools to universities, discover the amenities below.
Schools in Essex vary from comprehensive education to sixth-form centres, academies, grammar, and private. While many schools are in more built-up areas such as Colchester and Chelmsford, you’ll also find them in more rural areas that enjoy large open spaces for children. Some of the most well-known schools in Essex include independent Felsted School for ages 4-18, Colchester Royal Grammar School and specialist establishments such as the Edith Borthwick School in Braintree.
Despite being rural, Essex has fantastic transport links making it an easy county to commute from. Commuters can get direct national rail trains into London from many towns including Colchester, Witham, Chelmsford, and Harlow. The Central Line also services parts of Essex including Epping and Chigwell. There are two international airports in Southend and Stansted, and major motorways including the M16 and M25 make it easy to get around in the car.
As expected, towns in Essex all have their own GP surgeries, dentists and opticians. Notable hospitals in the county include Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford, Braintree Community Hospital, and Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.