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Wolsey Park

Rayleigh, Essex
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Launching Summer 2019 – register your interest today!

Wolsey Park will be launching a traditional collection of stylish 2-5 bedroom houses in the outskirts of Rayleigh available with Help to Buy!

This new village benefits from a landscape approach which leads you to the luxurious new homes and offers a number of community facilities and transport links.

Located close to Rayleigh train station, this development is approximately a 45 minute train journey directly to London Liverpool Street.

Don’t miss out, register your interest today!

Local Area
Overground Train
Rayleigh train station is under 2 miles from Wolsey Park and offers trains to London Liverpool Street every 10 minutes at peak times. Wolsey Park is perfectly positioned to connect you to a number of major towns and nearby cites with the A127 and A130 running parallel to the development. If you are looking to travel abroad Southend Airport is approximately 7.8 miles away or Stansted Airport approximately 32 miles away.
St Luke's Park shopping
Rayleigh high street is approximately 2.3 miles away from Wolsey Park and offers a great mix of shops, high street chains, cafes and eateries. Eastgate shopping centre in Basildon is located only 10 miles away and offers a choice of large fashion retail shops, including: Superdry, Debenhams, River Island, Topshop and more.
St Luke's Park school
Rayleigh offers a selection of schools with the popular Down Hall Primary School (rated 'Good' by Ofsted) only 1.3 miles away and Sweyne Park Secondary School (rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted) and Sixth Form approximately 2 miles away.
Hanbury Place leisure
Local Area
Rayleigh has a number of open spaces, parks and playing fields. The King George Park is located close to the town centre and has a children’s play area, football pitches and skate park. The town is full of history with the nearby windmill which displays the history of the castle. The town was once renowned for its wooded forests that royalty claimed as hunting grounds which saw may monarchs visiting the area.

Map of the Local Area

Key for the local area to this development.

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