Moving Home in Southend?
Removals in Essex
Southend is a relatively small town with a population of about 174,800 people.
This gives it a village feel, yet it retains the benefits of being a popular tourist destination.
Boasting the longest leisure pier in the world and with a seaside village atmosphere, the town attracts people from all over the world.
Southend is served by two National Rail lines.
The c2c will take you from Southend Central to reach London Fenchurch Street, or hop aboard the Great Eastern Main Line from Southend Victoria station to reach London’s Liverpool Street Station.
As of 2020/21, properties in Southend averaged a sale price of £332,356.
The majority of Southend properties sold in the 12 months previous were flats, with an average price of £197,529.
Semi-detached properties commanded a higher price at an average of £355,419, with terraced homes at £295,107.
Overall, prices in Romford are up 14% on the previous year, reflecting the popularity of the area.