Moving Home in Grays Thurrock?
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Sitting on the north bank of the River Thames, Grays Thurrock (also known simply as Grays) is one of Essex’s most up and coming areas in terms of property sales.
Just 2 miles east of the M25, it is home to many businesses linked to the Port of London and offers a variety of homes at affordable prices.
Grays railway station is located in the heart of the town, with c2c services to London Fenchurch Street to the west and Shoeburyness to the east.
It also has excellent road connections, as it is adjacent to both the A13 and the M25 motorways.
As of 2020/21, properties in Grays averaged a sale price of £335,501.
The majority of Grays Thurrock properties sold in the 12 months previous were terraced homes, with an average price of £306,208.
Semi-detached properties commanded a higher price at an average of £363,292, with flats at £194,977.
Overall, prices in Grays Thurrock are up 14% on the previous year, reflecting the rise of popularity in the area.