Fast communication links into London and excellent schooling makes Sawbridgeworth a very attractive village for property buyers. This thriving community packed full stunning character buildings, including timber framed and Georgian properties, offers a fantastic choice for both family and professional house hunters.
Andrew Gilchrist, Managing Director at Intercounty said “ The reliable train in to Liverpool Station makes it very popular with people wanting to move out of London. Especially if they have children and would like to enjoy the benefits of living in a lively village, surrounded by beautiful rolling Hertfordshire country side as well as having excellent schooling on their doorstep.”
He continues “ Over the past few years Sawbridgeworth has really grown in popularity, and although it’s classed as a village with it’s 8,000 population it could be more accurately described as being like a small town.”
According to Rightmove, the property portal, most sales on properties in Sawbridgeworth were on semi-detached properties which sold for an average of £431,204. Flats sold for an average prices of £227,058 and detached properties sold for around £622,449.*
House prices in the village have increased by 6% on the previous year and 14% in 2016 making it very desirable for investors too.
If you are considering a move to Sawbridgeworth or to the home counties then here are three beautiful houses for sale in this desirable location:
High Wych Road, CM21
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