Although we have no berth vacancies here at present, Waterspace Living is offering customers the opportunity to buy a new-build boat plus the assignable residential mooring or, for existing boat owners, berths can be secured by arrangement. For more information, go to https://waterspaceliving.co.uk/hazlemere-marina/
Hazlemere Marina is a small off-line basin situated next to the River Lee Navigation in Waltham Abbey, on the Hertfordshire/Essex border. The site forms part of an attractive housing development of 114 dwellings built in 2017.
Hazlemere Marina is in walking distance of the centre of historic Waltham Abbey. There, you can take a stroll through its quaint streets dotted with charming independent shops plus excellent amenities and travel connections.
Access to the Marina is off Station Road - A121 -(next door to Jewsons)
Waltham Cross station, approximately 10 minutes’ walk away, provides regular direct trains to Stratford, London Liverpool Street (40 minutes door to door) or north to Bishop’s Stortford, Stansted Airport and Cambridge.
The marina is currently configured to accommodate three wide-beam craft or two wide-beam and two narrow-beam craft. Planning permission for full residential use exists for four berths, which are provided with services including pump-out, 32amp electricity and water direct to the mooring. Residential moorings have a post box and access to an external storage box.
Two smaller berths on the south side of the basin allow for non-residential cruisers up to 6m in length. No services are provided to these berths although moorers can make use of the the facilities block located approximately 200 metres from the site, on the towpath. These services are provided by and under the control of the local waterway, they do not form part of the mooring agreement.
There is one parking bay within the development for residential berth holders use on a first come, first served basis.
There is low-level fencing and gates around the sites, locked with a padlock.
The marina can be viewed from the River Lee Navigation towpath which runs along the eastern boundary of the site.