Sawbridgeworth is a popular commuter village on the Hertfordshire and Essex borders, situated in equal distance between the larger towns of Bishop’s Stortford and Harlow. Sawbridgeworth has it own main line railway station offering links into London Liverpool Street and Cambridge. The picturesque village is filled with a wealth of period buildings and historic architecture alongside the banks of the River Stort - with two locks situated in the town.
Other benefits include, a busy High Street with a range of boutiques, a bakers, supermarket, public houses and restaurants and a bi-monthly farmers market. The town offers excellent schooling with junior schools and a highly regarded senior school, Leventhorpe.
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