Just half a mile from Hornchurch Country Park is Park Lane and Cavendish Avenue, a development of 54 properties with shared gardens. An on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as offering further advice and support as required.
Plus, with Hanover’s 24 hour emergency call system, you can relax in the knowledge that you have access to help and assistance should you ever need it. There is a strong sense of community and residents making this a very happy and inclusive setting. Local amenities are close by with a convenience store, GP surgery, post office and a bus stop providing a regular service to the main high street.
In the locality
Hornchurch is the borough of Havering and has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants as well as a country park and woodland areas for walks. Despite the urban impression Havering might give to a casual visitor, protected countryside makes up nearly half of the borough. There are three main leisure centres within the area. Regular activities include the Walking for Health programme.
There are two theatres in the area, the Queen's Theatre in Hornchurch and the Brookside Theatre in Romford. Over 200,000 people enjoy the Queen Theatre's work every year, from the best in live entertainment to an inspiring Education and Outreach programme.
Hornchurch has access to a year round programme of arts and entertainments throughout the borough, including workshops run at the popular Fairkytes Arts Centre. There are two museums – the Havering Museum in Romford and the Tithe Barn Museum of Nostalgia in Upminster.
Hornchurch is a large suburban town in south east London. It is served by two separate tube stations Hornchurch and Upminster Bridge.
Regular bus services run to nearby Rainham, Upminster and the Lakeside shopping centre. Upminster is served by a mainline station with frequent trains running into London Fenchurch Street.
Distance to GP: 0.25 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.01 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.5 miles