Why Buy a House in Ingatestone, Fryerning or Mountnessing?
The village of Ingatestone has a population of approximately 4,500 and sits within an area of Metropolitan Green Belt. This rural yet well-serviced setting lies just 20 miles north east of London and is an affluent commuter town. There are three schools in the village (infant, junior and secondary) with transport links being very convenient since the M25 motorway is only 10 minutes away. Also, the Victorian Ingatestone railway station has half hourly services to London off peak, with more frequent services during rush hour. Fryerning is a small village 1.5 miles north of Ingatestone with a parish church called ‘St Mary the Virgin’ dating back to the 11th century. It is an area of natural beauty, featuring vast areas of woodland with frequent sightings of deer, and CM4 has now become Essex’s most sought after postcode. Mountnessing is a village south west of Ingatestone, situated between two nearby railway stations, Shenfield and Ingatestone. The annual village fete is held every July and the village’s features include a windmill, St Giles parish church, the village hall, three pubs, cricket/football pitches and tennis courts. The local primary school is ‘Mountnessing C of E’.
HS Estate Agents Have Superior Knowledge Of These Areas
HS Estates is a reliable, family firm shaped by our ‘client first’ ethos and we are so grateful to have received such positive feedback from happy homeowners, letting us know how pleased they are with our quality service. Our team is ideally placed to offer you guidance, as between us we have decades of experience working in the Essex property market, and our superior knowledge of the area means you are in the best hands. We are proud to hold the Trading Standards’ ‘Buy With Confidence’ accreditation and our ‘people over profits’ approach has helped us achieve tremendous success.