£77,500 - £166,250
1, 2, 3 and 5 bedroom properties
More information about Oaklands Hamlet...
Set on the outskirts of Chigwell, Oaklands Hamlet combines its exceptional collection of apartments and houses with breath-taking parkland as well as convenient access to the City and Central London, making it an attractive destination for both rural and city lifestyles.
These traditional style homes boast an impressive specification throughout, creating a sought after rural hamlet. All homes have access to private or communal gardens and allocated parking.*
Available on the outskirts of Chigwell, this location enjoys all the benefits of country-style living set amongst breath-taking parkland and with convenient access to central London.
For access to London, Hainault underground station on the Central Line (Zone 4) just over two miles away, from there, journey time to London Liverpool Street is just over 30 minutes.**
In 2019, the Elizabeth line will run from Chadwell Heath
The development is also well positioned for road travel, situated just off the Romford Road, with the A12 less than two miles away.
The nearest supermarket is 1 mile away, the Liberty shopping centre in Romford is a short drive of 7.5 miles away. Access to the A12 is under 2 miles away. Westfield Stratford City can be reached in 30 minutes by car.**
Oaklands Hamlet is surrounded by 53 acres of countryside and neighbours two grand golf courses.
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To arrange a viewing for this development please register with L&Q by completing our application form here. Once completed, you will receive a unique reference number which you need in order to book a viewing.
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Please note our sales operating hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday, 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm.
*one parking space per property
** Journey times taken from tfl.gov.uk and google maps. All times and distances are approximate.
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