Hall Road, Rochford, Essex SS4 1NX
£332,995 to £632,995
2, 3, 4 and 5-bedroom homes
Monday to Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm.
These new homes in Rochford benefit from a semi-rural setting, but are located just half a mile from the town centre and five miles from the coastal resort of Southend-on-Sea.
For professionals looking for a convenient commute to the office, Elizabeth Gardens is a 10-minute walk from Rochford Railway Station bringing London within easy reach, with journey times to Stratford of around 40 minutes and to London Liverpool Street of around 50 minutes. Southend Airport, two miles away, connects the area with a number of European cities.
Outside work, the area offers miles of beautiful Essex countryside to explore, family fun at Southend’s beaches and the longest pleasure pier in the world, fine dining at award-winning restaurants and traditional pubs, and a host of shopping opportunities throughout the region.
Well-regarded primary and secondary schools can be found in Rochford, Southend and the surrounding area, including Rochford Primary and Nursery School, St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School, Hawkwell, The King Edmund School, and Greensward Academy. Southend High School for Girls, Southend High School for Boys, Westcliff High School for Boys Academy and Westcliff High School for Girls are popular selective schools for children aged 11-18 and all are around 10 minutes drive from the development.
Whether sports fans, or cinema lovers, arts enthusiasts, or ardent ramblers, the possibilities for leisure and relaxation are endless, with Elizabeth Gardens the perfectly placed base from which to explore.
Rochford Hundred Golf Club and Rochford Tennis Club are both around five minutes’ walk away, Rochford Hundred Rugby Club and Westcliff Rugby Club about five minutes’ drive away, the swimming pools of Clements Hall Leisure Centre a two-mile drive down the road, and the Odeon cinema at Southend around 10 minutes away by car. Experience live drama, dance, comedy and music at the Cliffs Pavilion, Palace Theatre and Clifftown Theatre in Southend, or visit the Royal Pavilion on Southend Pier, for a variety of exhibitions and shows.
Family seaside attractions include Adventure Island, a funfair and amusement park located either side of the pier off Western Esplanade and Marine Parade, and Sea Life Adventure Aquarium, featuring displays of marine animals from around the world.
Head away from the sea and be captivated by the splendour of the Essex landscape, from simple flint churches to majestic country houses, ancient woodland to wildflower meadows. Chocolate-box villages from a bygone age are dotted across the rolling countryside, while busy towns juxtapose historic architecture against buildings of glass and concrete. This county is one of contrasts – land and sea, history and modernity – and all the more vibrant for it.