We put careful thought into where we build our new homes, aiming to ensure that they are conveniently located near local amenities, have access to green space and are well connected with transport links.
All our new homes in Maldon are designed with energy and water efficiency in mind, with efficient appliances as standard, high efficiency heating systems and good levels of insulation providing a modern, attractive home that can contribute towards living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
Discover your new home in any of our available new build developments in Maldon below.
Maldon is an old Essex town that overlooks the Blackwater estuary. Known best for the Hythe Quay and Promenade Park, this small town isn’t short on history, but is also packed with modern activities. Drawing a lot of people to look for houses for sale in Maldon.
Maldon’s coastal location and easy transport links to bigger cities like London make it a popular destination for people to call home. You can still feel the history within the town by discovering the historical buildings as you walk by or discovering the harbour history that is found in Maldon Museum.
If walking and discovering the great outdoors is something for you then these new homes in Maldon are ones to look at. With the Essex countryside and coastline not too far away there is always an opportunity to explore.
Our new homes in Maldon are near to Promenade Park, one of the most popular places in Maldon. It’s extremely popular with both residents and visitors due to its location and number of activities on offer.
Making the Promenade Park the perfect location for a day out, there are a whole range of things to do including a Splash Park, model boating lake, mini golf, BMX track, play area and much more! These are all supported by food and drink areas, picnic areas and beach huts.
Finally there’s the zoo, home to many animals both from the farmyard and some from more exotic places.
If you are going to live in a new build in Madlon, you need to know that The Maldon Mud Race is a treasured annual event. Now taking place in May each year, it see’s competitors race across the bed of the River Blackwater. This has to be timed perfectly with the tide so that the water is low enough to let competitors run safely.
As well as the race, there are many other activities such as a fun fair, food stalls and live entertainment. Originally held in December, the event was moved in 2010 due to extreme bad weather. When they found the warmer temps attracted far more people, it saw a permanent move of the event to the spring.
Our new builds in Maldon have good options for travel. By road, Maldon lies on the A414, and B1010, which take you across to Chelmsford and Burnham-on-Crouch. These also lead to the A12 and M25 which take you into London.
For public transport, Maldon is well served by local buses and coaches, which connect you with train stations to travel into London or across the south east.
Maldon is home to a number of schools offering primary through to secondary and further education. All Saints Maldon Church of England Primary School and Wentworth Primary School are both rated “Good” by Ofsted and make great options for the start of school life. Plume School in Maldon is the lone secondary school and is rated “Good” by Ofsted.
For further education options, Plume School also has a Sixth Form College offering a range of subjects. Also within an hours drive of Maldon is the University of Essex, which is in the top 40 of universities within the UK as shown by the complete University Guide 2023.
If you’re looking for property for sale in Maldon, you can see all of our available developments listed above.
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