Edinburgh Way - Luxury Apartment just 30 minutes from London

Edinburgh Way - Luxury Apartment just 30 minutes from London image

When working in London you're often faced with two choices - pay sky-high prices to live in the capital or face long commutes on packed trains.

But for those priced out of the London property market, commuting into the city doesn't have to mean losing hours of your day spent on the train with nowhere to sit.

With one, two and three-bedroom apartments in Edinburgh Way, Harlow, you could live less than 30 minutes from the city and have the benefit of the stunning Essex countryside but with all that city living has to offer with London almost on your doorstep.

Want to know if these homes are for you? Here are five reasons why you should consider a new life in Harlow including what the town has to offer residents.

1. Reach London in just 30 minutes

Not only does a train from Harlow take you into London Liverpool Street in 29 minutes, the station is just a stone's throw away from the apartments and just a two-minute stroll.

Don't worry about running late in the mornings, you can almost roll out of bed and onto the next train.

With more than 80 trains per day, Harlow is an excellent place to set up home for city workers.

And if you prefer to hop straight on the tube, the Central Line is just 8 miles away in Epping.

2. Essex countryside is on your doorstep

Harlow Town Park gardens

With Edinburgh Way overlooking the River Stort to the north and Harlow Town Park to the south, the countryside really will be on your doorstep.

Enjoy country walks around the town or along the river and breathe in some of that fresh country air.

Harlow Town Park spans more than 160 acres and has received a Green Flag Award four years in a row.

Home to lots of annual events including fireworks, fairs and circuses, facilities include Pets' Corner, a bandstand, five unique gardens, an adventure playground, skate park, cafe and a paddling pool - there is also a nice scenic walk into the town centre.

3. It's well connected

Whatever direction you travel from Harlow, there are lots of places to be discovered. Whether its the larger Essex town of Chelmsford, the bright lights of London, the historic city of Cambridge or the quaint villages of Hertfordshire - they're all within easy reach of the town.

With the M11 connecting Harlow to the north, Cambridge is less than an hour away by car or just 39 minutes by train.

And when it comes to jetting off further afield, Stansted Airport is easily accessible by car, train and bus. With a train that takes you straight to the terminal itself in just 21 minutes, getting to the airport is a breeze.

4. A thriving town

Shops and restaurants behind some ponds

From art and culture to shopping and entertainment, Harlow is bustling with places to go and things to do.

With the indoor shopping centre The Harvey Centre home to some big-name shopping brands as well as The Water Gardens which as well as shops, also has a selection of coffee shops and restaurants, shoppers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to retail therapy.

5. Designer kitchens and luxury bathrooms

If you're sold on the location, the homes are also just as important. The good news is the apartments ooze luxury with highest specifications as standard.

With a choice of carpets and flooring as well as worktops and kitchen units, buyers can really make their apartment their own before they've even moved in.

The kitchens are just as impressive with designer units by Oakwood Kitchens, quartz stone worktops and fitted with integrated appliances – ready for you to whip up something tasty from the minute you move in.

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