Living here you will be within easy distance of all that Coggeshall has to offer. Village life may be different from the urban buzz, but this is a town that offers everything you need. There’s a local Co-op for everyday shopping and two historic pubs to choose from.
Coggeshall has a Doctors’ surgery and school, with a choice of further primary and secondary schools (all with Good Ofsted reports) in the surrounding area.
Even the local football club has a longer tradition than most. Coggeshall Town Football Club was founded in 1878 and today runs teams for all ages from adult to reception class children. The town also has a community swimming pool.
Essex’s most historic village has very modern transport links. From nearby Kelvedon Station, the journey into Colchester takes 13 minutes, Chelmsford 17 minutes and London Liverpool Street is only 53 minutes away. There are regular bus services to Colchester, Braintree and other nearby towns and villages.
By road, the A120 offers swift access to Colchester and Braintree, with the A12 providing a direct link right to the centre of London and out to the coast of East Anglia. The M11 offers you a quick route to the M25 and the national motorway network. Stansted is the nearest airport, less than half an hour by car.