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About Heather Glen Rentals
Heather Glen rentals are in the lucky position of being sandwiched between the culturally rich areas of London and Essex. Being one of the most sought after places to live in the city, there are also plenty of attractions closer to home. The majority of the Heather Glen rentals residents are aged 16-74. Yet, there’s a large focus on the younger generations who dominate Romford and the surrounding areas. It’s known for its infamous nightlife, filled with bars, pubs, and clubs. This lively area gives off a very youthful atmosphere and is widely considered to be one of London’s top nightlife destinations, coming second only to Central London’s West End district.
The population of Heather Glen rentals are expected to skyrocket in the coming years, and that’s due to the abundance of job opportunities within the region. Romford is the area’s primary commercial district, with office-based employment the main interest of young workers, particularly those straight out of college.
The Heather Glen rentals market is considered to be one of the most affordable in London. Being only fifteen minutes from central London, this area offers many local attractions. From rolling country parks, an adventure center, music concerts and festivals, and air shows. Also, there are bustling shopping centers, country pubs, bars and restaurants, theaters and clubs, as well as a market that dates back to 1247.
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Shops, Restaurants, Pubs, and Clubs
For all of your retail shopping needs, the Liberty Shopping Center is the place to go. Housing over 100 big name shops, you’ll be sure to find what your heart is desiring. From the designer department stores to the children boutiques, this building contains everything one could need under one roof. Restaurants and coffee shops are available for those looking for a break during their spending spree. With the likes of H&M, Lush, Pandora, Topshop, and much more, this center has an American mall type feel mixed with British shops throughout.
The Leyton Star, a pub featuring a golden palm tree and eight private heated cabanas in the garden, and is a local favorite in Heather Glen. With outdoor booths of kegs of ale and a program of monthly tasting sessions, this pub aims to please. Holding quiz nights, Dj’s, sports screenings, and karaoke nights, The Leyton Star is a traditional family-friendly bar with good beer, decadent times and prime local street food. This space has a new design with banquettes, chic surreal wallpaper by Timouros Beasties, and a re-commissioned fireplace to keep warm by on a chilly night.
King Eddie’s, another local hot-spot, is a booming gastropub with an affordable menu. The team behind King Eddie’s have taken a Victorian public house and renovated it back to its historic best. This venue, serving up a hearty menu of traditional seasonal grub and brews, is a sure fire place to go to get your fill of delectable food and drink. The downstairs is comprised of low ceilings, paneled walls, etched glass, open fires and wooden settles, making for a lovely 19th century period piece. Also, the roomier upstairs is now an alluring dining room. With open mic night on Thursday and quiz night on Sundays there is usually something going on. King Eddie’s is a great spot to bring family and friends for an entertaining evening on the town.
For an authentic Indian meal, Aroma Indian Restaurant offers a real taste of India at an affordable price point. With superb service and outstanding cuisine, this restaurant has the locals hearts. On Monday evenings Aroma offers a special for £10.95; which includes a starter, a main, rice, naan and a cup of tea or coffee. The portions are large enough even to have enough take-away for lunch the next day. Voted the best Indian food in the area, with fresh ingredients, melt in your mouth meats, and a contemporary decor, this spot is a prime and affordable date night location.
Havering Country Park, boasting it’s 100 acres of grassland and woodland, is home to an impressive avenue of giant Redwood trees, which is one of only two plantations in the country. This park provides good links from both the urban environment and the village into the surrounding countryside. Offering horseback riding, a conservation area, and a lake, this green stretch of land is a perfect spot to spend a sunny London afternoon.
Thames Chase Forest Center, another blossoming residential park with scenic greenery, offers plenty walks and picnic opportunities. The park, set in 140 acres of community woodland, is a truly picturesque area. Containing a visitor center with interactive exhibition, a cafe, and a shop, all of which is entirely accessible via footpaths, cycle and horse rides. Over the last 25 years, this parks mission has been to re-generate despoiled landscape and enhance the natural environment for the benefit of local people and wildlife.
The District Line of the London Underground runs roughly east–west through the middle of the borough. Also, there is an extensive network of bus routes, linking all districts to Romford and other places beyond the borough. The London, Tilbury, and Southend Railway passes through the region in two locations, and the Great Eastern Main Line passes through the north of the borough serving Romford, Gidea Park, and Harold Wood. There is also a branch line from Romford to Upminster which is currently operated by the London Overground.