Award-winning property group Beresfords has brought an exclusive new development to market, built by prestigious developer Marden Homes, in Brentwood, Essex.
Set in 16 acres of private parkland, the Grade II listed building has been converted into a collection of 30 luxury four and three-bedroom homes and two and three-bedroom apartments – known as Boyles Court. With prices starting from £625,000.
Each house has been designed with convenience and luxury at its heart, as well as incorporating a traditional style, with handmade sash windows and impressive German kitchens – including quality integrated appliances, quartz countertops and generous islands.
The homes are surrounded by landscaped communal gardens, allocated parking, car ports or garages and all plots have an EV charging point.
“We’re delighted to be bringing this unique and truly breath-taking development to market. Boyles Court offers contemporary living to suit all needs, whether you’re looking for a stunning apartment or a brand-new home. Each property has been designed to welcome beautiful spaces, while respecting the heritage of the original building, where you can relax and entertain. It is very rare that something this exceptional comes to the market in such a prime area,” said Nicki Treffers, Marketing Director at Beresfords.
Adapted from the original Georgian building, the spacious and contemporary apartments feature traditional elements – such as bespoke joinery radiators and sash windows – that have been configured with modern features including structured cabling, wiring for SkyQ and underfloor heating.
The development is landscaped to include mature planting of the original estate, each apartment has parking, and ground floor residents benefit from their own private courtyard garden, with a phenomenal outlook over stunning parkland.
Boyles Court has excellent amenities, with Brentwood centre just under two miles away and a 25-minute journey to London Liverpool Street Station. Residents can also now travel straight through central London, without the need to change trains, via the Elizabeth Line.
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