Gilden Park in Harlow by Persimmon Homes
Harlow, Essex, CM17 0GD
2, 3 & 4 bedroom properties
£335,000 - £470,000
Gilden Park is our collection of stylish modern homes which forms an extension to Old Harlow in Essex. Nestled in the Stort Valley to the west of the county, and on the Hertfordshire border, its location is highly sought-after.
- Mix of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- M11 and the M25 nearby
- 3 miles from Harlow town centre
- Within catchment of outstanding schools
- Beautiful countryside surroundings
- London Liverpool Street in under 40-minutes by train
In a peaceful setting to the east of Old Harlow town, Gilden Park is in a fantastic location close to open countryside. Originally a small rural village, ‘New Harlow' was created in World War II to ease the growing population in London. The essence of Old Harlow can still be seen today, most notably in the majestic St Mary's Church, a Grade II listed building.
Living at Gilden Park means you're close to a choice of superstores, and it's just a short drive into Harlow town centre where you'll find an excellent choice of popular high street stores and two main shopping centres; The Water Gardens and the Harvey Centre. There's also a fantastic selection of eateries to suit all tastes, plus a cinema and theatre.
Harlow is well known for its incredible collection of sculptures, which you can find dotted around the town, in parks and shopping centres.
The Gibberd Garden, just to the north of Gilden Park, is home to an inspirational Grade II listed garden, a collection of 20th century artwork as well as contemporary exhibitions. You can also visit Harlow Museum to find out more about the local history through exhibitions and displays.
If you're an active type then Harlow is a great place to be: The Mark Hall Sports Centre and Harlow Leisurezone have a wealth of sporting choices for all abilities, ages and interests. Harlow Town Park is also a great place to spend a few hours. At 71 hectares, it's one of the largest urban parks in Britain and includes a skate park, city farm, adventure playground, bandstand, café and show ground.Great local schools for all ages
Families with children will be pleased to know that the local schooling is good. Just 500 metres from the development is St Nicholas School, a renowned private school catering for reception all the way up to year 11. Gilden Park is also close to Fawbert and Barnard's Primary School and Mark Hall Comprehensive School are both well-respected schools with ‘Good' Ofsted awards.
Close to beautiful rolling countryside, yet within easy reach of Harlow's town centre with its convenient trains into London Liverpool Street, living at Gilden Park means you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
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Gilden Park is close to a choice of superstores. It's just a short drive into Harlow where you will find an excellent choice of chained and independent shops.
Harlow offers a sports centre and recreational ground.
You'll be well connected...
Close to other major towns such as Hertford, Bishop's Stortford and Epping, Harlow has good transport links and is ideal if you need to commute as it's less than 30 miles from London via the M11 motorway.
Harlow Mill train station is within walking distance, with the main Harlow Town station just under 3 miles from Gilden Park. London Liverpool Street can be reached in approximately 40-minutes from Harlow Town. The local bus route close to the development provides easy access to the town.
Gilden Park is situated close to the A414, which can be accessed from junction 7 of the M11. London city centre is just 27 miles from Harlow and Stansted Airport, the nearest airport to Harlow, which is just over 11 miles away from Gilden Park.
Approximate travel distance by car to:
- Harlow Mill train station: 1.3 miles
- Harlow Town train station: 2.9 miles
- Stansted Airport: 11.4 miles
- Hertford: 12.5 miles
- Chelmsford: 17.8 miles
- Welwyn Garden City: 18.9 miles
- London city centre: 27 miles
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