Moving Home in Romford?
Removals in Essex
Romford is a town that combines the benefits of city life with the quieter benefits of life in the suburbs.
Commuters in Romford have a wide range of travel options to choose from. Conveniently located between London City and Stansted airports, both of which are only 40 minutes drive, international travellers will be perfectly placed for business trips.
Those travelling by car will appreciate Romford’s proximity to the A12, which provides easy access to London.
Alternatively, take the overground via Upminster, where you can connect to the District line, or tFl rail to London Liverpool Station. Romford is also on the long-awaited Elizabeth line which is due to open in the imminent future.
Romford, which was once part of Essex, is now considered part of the London Borough of Havering, but maintains its Essex community feel.
As of 2020/21, properties in Romford averaged a sale price of £386,688.
The majority of Romford properties sold in the 12 months previous were terraced homes, with an average price of £385,338.
Semi-detached properties commanded a higher price at an average of £437,107, with flats at £240,341.
Overall, prices in Romford are up 6% on the previous year, reflecting the steady market growth.