Property in Romford ranges from new build town centre residential developments to mixed use housing schemes. There are also Victorian terraces, s semis.
Edwardian cottages, flats above shops or in purpose-built blocks, and bungalows. Romford is famous for its large covered market, which comprises around stalls.
Granted a charter by Henry III, it was established "Romford essex united kingdom" as a sheep market and is still open for business three times a week, these days selling everything from fruit and vegetables to clothing The market and adjacent streets are a conservation area, with two pubs which are listed buildings in the marketplace.
However, the market is far from the only place in town to go shopping! Indulge in a spot of retail therapy in either the Liberty or Liberty 2 centres, which have dozens of outlets between them, or make the short trip to Lakeside at Thurrock, where there are stores under a single roof. From leisure centres to bars, nightclubs, bowling, a multi-screen cinema and dozens of restaurants and cafes, you won't be bored in your free time. The town "Romford essex united kingdom" also home to Romford Greyhound Stadium, one of London's last remaining dog racing tracks, as well as boasting an ice rink.
Lovely Raphael's Park has an outdoor theatre in the summer, and there's also a fortnightly farmers' market. Travel just 10 miles to the north-east, and there is abundant lush green countryside, with superb parks such as South Weald which are teeming with wildlife and ideal for family days out.
The town's railway station is on the Great Eastern Main Line "Romford essex united kingdom" the capital's zone 6. There are plenty of services to London Liverpool Street, a minute hop, along with less frequent trains to Southend and Clacton. The A12 trunk road passes to the north, while the A from Stratford connects with it at Gallows Corner at the beginning Romford essex united kingdom the A to Southend Smarter than some other suburbs, but cheaper than Richmond, Romford offers closeness to central London, low crime, a friendly community atmosphere, some classy shops, schools and restaurants on your doorstep And if you fancy a change of scene now and again, there's easy access to the nearby coast and countryside.
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