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Brentwood Central

Brentwood Central is an exciting new development coming soon to the highly-sought after town within Essex.

Comprising luxurious 1 & 2 bedroom apartments, these stylish homes will feature Weston Homes’ signature, premium specification with contemporary open-plan living areas, superb bespoke designer kitchens and luxurious bathrooms with Smart technology, all finished to the highest standards with modern living in mind. You can simply move in and begin enjoying a new, enviable lifestyle without having to spend time and money redecorating.

Hyperoptic superfast broadband is installed in each home, so you can remain fully connected for work and leisure. You can choose from a wide range of designer options from kitchen features to luxurious flooring, enabling you to personalise your home and make it truly your own.*

The internal courtyard with beautiful landscaping will be a tranquil place for residents to socialise and relax. In addition, there are plenty of open green spaces including Weald Country Park, Warley Country Park and King George V Playing Field.

The new homes at Brentwood Central are just moments from Brentwood high street, where you’ll find a range of restaurants, bars and high street stores in addition to several boutique shops. 

Brentwood Central is a commuter’s dream, only a 9-minute walk from Brentwood Train Station, with easy and direct links into the capital, reach London Liverpool Street in under 40 minutes and Stratford in 30 minutes. The Elizabeth Line makes travelling easier, reach Paddington, Heathrow Airport and many other stations directly.†

Living at Brentwood Central, you’ll be well connected by road, Brentwood is ideally located just off the A12, with expedient access to London, as well as Chelmsford, Colchester, Ipswich and beyond. The M25 can be accessed only 5 miles away, giving you access to destinations further afield.†

*Subject to stage of construction. †Journey times are taken from National Rail and Google and are approximate only.