Buckhurst Hill is a residential town in Epping Forest district of Essex, England. It is located adjacent to and forms a part of the urban area of Greater London with nearest places including Woodford, Chigwell, Loughton, and Chingford. Initially, it consisted of only a few houses lying along the road from Woodford to Loughton. But after the construction of the Buckhurst Hill and Roding Valley tube stations which are on Central line to London Underground station, the population rapidly increased to almost 10, 738 by 2011.
Moreover, Buckhurst Hill is home to many famous people including Sir William Addison- a historian and author, Richard Crossman and Jack Straw who both were Labour Politicians.
People visiting the area should surely visit the underground tube stations, the queen's room café, the Premier inn London Loughton Buckhurst Hill Hotel along with many historic buildings in nearby cities including Queens Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge in Chingford, ArcelorMittal Orbit tower in Stratford, the Tower of London, The Monument and SkyGarden in Aldgate.