4 Jan

Architectural heritage and good transport from Harwich

Architectural heritage and good transport from Harwich

For some people, a decision about where they choose to live can be a simple one, made solely on proximity to their place of work, or the school they want their children to attend. However, for many more scrutinising movers, things like the beauty of the countryside or the aesthetic nature of a destination can be important when making the final decision.

One town which will offer homebuyers somewhere with a touch of beauty, is the Essex town of Harwich. It is located on the coast of the North Sea on the east, and is one of the Haven Ports. The town is well known for its architectural importance, and can be an attractive prospect for people looking for property for sale in Harwich.

Harwich is seen across the UK as a site of architectural importance, despite its small size as a town. It has many beautiful buildings located in a small town environment, which can be an attractive option for people who are looking for a spot of beauty when they are buying a new home.

The town still has many medieval buildings located within, showing part of its history as well, and most of these are private houses.

Other buildings of note that people may want to head to include the Electric Palace Cinema. Built in 1911, it is one of very few cinemas in the country which still exists in operation with its ornamental frontage and its original projection room, injecting a bit of history and culture in the town.

Harwich is also a town known for its transport links. It provides a regular bus service to Bournemouth, and is also well known for the signs describing it as "Harwich for the Continent", because of its international airport and port which allow people to travel to the Netherlands from Essex.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801255337-ADNFCR

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