Thinking Of Investing In Highams Park?

Wed 01 Mar 2017

Thinking Of Investing In Highams Park?

Highams Park is a small district between Walthamstow, Chingford and Woodford Green, which is mainly residential. So would this be a potential good investment for Landlords looking to expand their portfolio? Here are the pros and cons:

Highams Park is a quiet, mostly residential area, which means there is not a lot to do in the town itself apart from visiting the local bars and restaurants. However, should residents be willing to travel, there are local cinemas, golf clubs, sports clubs, swimming pools, art galleries, and, should there be nothing to attract your interest locally, London’s Liverpool Street station is only 25 minutes from Highams Park on the overground line. There are also several bus routes surrounding Highams Park, as well as nearby access to the A406, making it a good choice for commuters.

There are several local junior schools around Highams Park, as well as Highams Park School which caters for children aged 11-18. This makes the area appealing for parents, as local schools are often high up on their list of criteria.

You can buy one bedroom flat in Highams Park for approximately £225,000 - £330,000, with an estimated rental value of £900 - £1200pcm. Prices for a three bedroom house can start from around £430,000 with an estimated rental value of £1500 - 1600pcm.