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GoodMove is the standout choice for all Removals to Tiptree. We are one of the largest independent home removal companies in Essex.
Moving with GoodMove couldn’t be simpler. Our experienced and friendly team will be on hand to guide you throughout the process. We tailor your move to your time and budget.
GoodMove pack your belongings using a bespoke range of packing materials. We then deliver them right to your new home using our extensive fleet of vehicles. We can supply the following elements 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.
Rapidly growing to keep up with the increasing demand of newcomers, with large numbers of houses and estates currently under development
The average price for property in Tiptree stands at £348,220 as of October 2019.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the bigger city, Chelmsford, while still in a commutable distance under 30 minutes away by car.
London is still a commutable distance away. The Kelvedon train station is the closest to Tiptree and is on the mainline from Norwich to London.
The University of Essex is an excellent educational institute that is within a half hour’s drive, with many different areas of study available.
Commonly known as one of the biggest villages in the UK, Tiptree is home to a rich history that dates back centuries. Tiptree has been home to Wilkin & Sons LTD since 1885, a jam company that even Queen Elizabeth II had on her toast.
To the south of Tiptree, the most extensive surviving heathland in Essex can be found. This is a site of particular scientific interest and even has a small heard of Exmoor Ponies that roam the heath and help manage grassland.
There are many scenic walks through the heathland available. Children love the local duck pond and the Layer Marney Tower, just minutes away where there is a large play area for them to play, and for you to rest.
Why stay in London when Tiptree offers homes 3 times the size for the same price; great commuter links; surrounded by countryside and a peaceful atmosphere to raise your family.
The average property price in Tiptree is £348,220 (prices as of October 2019), up 2.21% from last year.
Although property prices are on the rise, affordability is still a key driver behind the influx of new residents to the town.
In terms of property types, flats in Tiptree sold for an average of £167,935 and terraced houses for £248,525. Zoopla has supplied these statistics.
Tiptree offers all manner of home, from 4 bedroom detached properties to flats and bungalows. If you’re lucky, you may even find a unique home such as the Grade 2 listed building hidden in the heart of Tiptree.
Being a small village, Tiptree has a few very well known schools. Thurstable Secondary School is the most well known in Tiptree. Accepting both boys and girls, this secondary school is state-run and was founded in 1957.
Tiptree is located close enough to Chelmsford, that there are many schools to choose from there as well. This includes a few Grammar Schools – King Edward VI and Chelmsford County High School for Girls (both rated ‘Outstanding’ following the latest round of Ofsted reports), as well as some high performing non-selective schools (Chelmer Valley High School and Great Baddow High School).
The majority of Chelmsford’s state primary schools were judged to be ‘good’ by the Government’s education watchdog, Ofsted.
During the latest round of inspections, Moulsham Infants, The Tyrrells, Perryfield Juniors and Galleywood all performed highly.
There are also five private schools in and around the city, catering for boys and girls aged between three and 11.
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