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Epping Area Guide

Market information and House Prices in IG10

Living in Epping

Epping is a market town and civil parish in the Epping Forest District of Essex, England. Part of the metropolitan and urban area of London, it is 17 miles (30 km) north-east of Charing Cross. It is surrounded by the northern end of Epping Forest, and on a ridge of land between the River Roding and River Lea valleys. Epping High Street is home to many shops, beauty salons, cafes, restaurants, and bars, proving to be one of the more accommodating High Streets in West Essex.

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Live market data

Property Prices

Average Property Price
£607,825
£567 per Square Foot
Price change
0.0%
In the last 12 months
Price change
+21.9%
In the last 5 years
191 Properties Sold
In the last 12 months

Property prices by type

Detached

Average price
£910,744
Price changeLast 12 months
+4.1%
% of Market
22.5%

Semi Detached

Average price
£681,134
Price changeLast 12 months
+4.9%
% of Market
28.8%

Terraced

Average price
£576,195
Price changeLast 12 months
+4.8%
% of Market
23.6%

Flats

Average price
£373,180
Price changeLast 12 months
+7.5%
% of Market
25.1%

Rental market average price

Rental values have changed by
0.0%
In the last 12 months
How much do houses let for?
£2,175
Per calendar month
How much do flats let for?
£1,424
Per calendar month
What is the average
annual rental yield?
4.56%

Education

Education

Schools vary from Primary, Secondary, and Colleges. The schools include, but are not limited to, St. John Fisher Primary School, West Hatch High School, Woodbridge High School, Trinity Catholic School, Roding Valley Secondary School, West Hatch High School and Bancroft’s private school and Chigwell private school.

Epping Forest

Epping Forest

Epping Forest is one of the man attractions of Epping. Epping Forest is of national and international conservation importance and home to over 50,000 ancient pollard trees and 100 lakes and ponds. The forest is free to visit and is open 365 days of the year. When Queen Victoria visited Chingford on 6 May 1882 she declared “It gives me the greatest satisfaction to dedicate this beautiful forest to the use and enjoyment of my people for all time” and it thus became “The People’s Forest”. The City of London Corporation still manages Epping Forest in strict conformity with the Epping Forest Act.

Shops, Restaurants and Leisure

 Shops, Restaurants and Leisure

Epping market attracts shoppers from surrounding villages and towns every Monday. A prominent building in Epping is the District Council’s office with its clock tower, designed to bring balance to the High Street with the old Gothic Revival water tower at the southern end, built in 1872, and St John’s Church tower in the centre. The centre of Epping on and around the High Street is a designated conservation area. Epping also serves as the grounds for St Margaret’s Hospital, along with a selection of Chiropodists, Orthodontists, Opticians and Pharmacy’s. Epping High Street is home to many shops, beauty salons, cafes, restaurants, and bars, proving to be one of the more accommodating High Streets in West Essex.

Travel

Epping is situated just a short drive from the start of the M25 in Waltham Abbey. The M11 starts in South Woodford in northeast London, meeting the M25 Motorway at junction 6.

Stansted airport is a short drive via the M11 with Luton airport is also relatively close, being approximately a hour away with Gatwick approximately an hour and 20 minute drive.

To find your next home in the village of Epping please do get in contact with us on 0208 0165 333 or email contact@ejpr.co.uk

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