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With over 35 years’ experience and membership of the Bar Association of Removers, GoodMove has the knowhow to carry out just about any move.
Our location in Colchester, just 20 miles from the town of Maldon, combined with our expert local knowledge means we can price our services competitively.
GoodMove serves cities and towns throughout Norfolk and East Anglia, including:
Whether you are moving across the country or just down the road, we can help with all aspects of house removals to or from Maldon.
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GoodMove serves cities and town either side of the Suffolk/Norfolk border and is the standout choice for all removals to Maldon.
Moving with GoodMove couldn’t be simpler. Our experienced and friendly team will be on hand to guide you throughout the process and will tailor your move to your time and budget.
We pack your belongings using a bespoke range of packing materials and deliver them right to your new home using our extensive fleet of vehicles. We can supply the following materials so all your items can be packed suitably and avoid any damage in transit:
Once we ascertain the volume of effects being moved, we will send you a free no-obligation written quotation. If satisfied, we will then provide you with a full schedule detailing every aspect of your move, ensuring everything runs smoothly on the day.
We also offer a range of flexible storage solutions should you wish to take advantage of them.
Maldon is a thriving rural and coastal town in Essex, close to the Blackwater Estuary. According to Halifax’s annual quality of life survey, Maldon is the 25th best place to live in the UK, with a long life expectancy, low crime rates and the lowest annual rainfall (561mm).
It’s proximity to the Essex countryside combined with its excellent commuter links has rendered it a popular relocation destination for families and retirees alike.
Maldon does not have a railway station but is just 10 minutes from the Hatfield Peverel mainline which takes 45 minutes to London Liverpool Street, or 30 minutes to Colchester.
A mixed housing stock exists, consisting of everything from traditional Victorian terraces and Georgian townhouses to modern build flats and even houseboats.
A selection of 13 primary and secondary schools to choose from with excellent exam results and Ofsted recommendations.
A thriving high street with a mix of independent shops and high street retailers to choose from as well as specialist confectionaries, fishmongers and bakeries.
The average house price in Maldon is currently £366,965 as of December 2019, which is just below the average for Essex at £372,000.
In terms of the types of properties sold over the last year, flats typically sold for £211,790 on average and terraced homes for £261,696.
The area is home to many listed townhouses and Victorian cottages with timber frames and characterful bay windows, which fetch a premium.
Large five-bed family homes can be found in areas like the Viking Estate for upwards of £600,000, just west of the town centre, which come complete with drives and landscaped gardens.
More modestly priced properties can also be found with a small number of flats in the area, with one beds costing upwards of £140,000 and two-beds rising from £200,000.
There are a total of 13 schools to choose from in the Maldon area, from nursery age through to secondary school.
Next door to the desirable family area of the Viking Estate is the well thought of Wentworth Primary School which was declared a ’good’ school following its last Ofsted inspection.
Findings from the report read: “Pupils talk enthusiastically about their work and are very supportive of each other as they share in their learning together. They confidently present their ideas and listen closely to one another’s views.”
If you are moving house to Maldon with children of High School age, secondary schools in the Maldon area include the Ormiston Rivers Academy in Burnham-on-Crouch and Plume School on Fambridge Road which has also been described as a ‘Good’ school by Ofsted.
The town’s 100-year-old Edwardian Promenade Park is a stand out attraction and firm local favourite.
Known simply as ‘The Prom’ it is home to a splash park, beach huts and adventure play for kids, as well as sports pitches, skateboarding and BMX parks and an Anglia in Bloom awarding-winning drought garden.
The High Street is home to a mix of shopping facilities ranging from independent jewellers and antique stores to florists and butcher’s shops.
To really get a feel for the town’s history though you should take a boat trip from the harbour. The Viking Saga departs from the sea wall and heads out past Heybridge Basin towards Osea Island before returning to the dock in time for tea.
Our experienced team of removals specialists have been relocating customers all over the world since 1984.
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