Situated in Chadwell Heath Romford, North East London, a major metropolitan centre approximately 11 miles from Central London. The town itself and the immediate area has much to offer and benefits from a wide range of well established and vibrant shopping, business, leisure and entertainment centres. Within short walking distance to Chadwell Heath Station soon to be part of Crossrail, revolutionising London travel with shorter journey times and bringing the City and West End closer than ever before. One of the driving forces behind why property experts JLL have forecasted 31% appreciation in homes prices in Chadwell Heath.
Romford is the fourth largest retail centre in London and one of the top 15 in the South-East, attracting more than 25 million visitors a year. The town also boasts a busy night-time economy, with 15,000 people pouring into its bars, restaurants and clubs at weekends. With several shopping centres radiating off a pedestrianised South Street, which runs between the station and Market Place. The Liberty Shopping Centre is the largest, with a good selection of high street brands such as Marks & Spencer, H&M, Topshop and Superdry. The Brewery shopping and leisure centre, on the site of the old Star Brewery, has Sainsbury’s, TK Maxx and Gap branches, as well as chain restaurants including Pizza Express and Nando’s. lford is home to a bustling town centre offering a wealth of choice for
shopping, dining, leisure and entertainment. The Exchange Shopping Centre includes leading retailers such as Marks & Spencers, H&M, Debenhams, Next as well as independent boutiques. Local restaurants reflect the international flavour of this area with an array of dining options. The local independent Chadwell Heath Academy is rated as 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. St Chad’s Park, the oldest green space in the borough, with ornamental gar dens and a wildlife conservation area and play areas.
Cricketers can sign up to the Chadwell Heath Cricket Club which is always open to new members and caters for all abilities.