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28 January 2000
Crown Mews is located within a secluded part of the 55 acre Beaulieu Park estate, and will feature two to five bedroom detached and semi-detached houses. All of the nine homes are individual and are designed in the local vernacular to reflect houses found in traditional Essex villages.
A gatehouse marks the entrance to the mews which leads down to open parkland, offering attractive views for several of the homes. The houses range from five bedroom, three storey homes which include large formal and informal entertaining areas to the two bedroom detached gatehouse which is ideal for those who are 'down-sizing'.
Helen Moore, Sales and Marketing Director of Countryside Residential (North Thames) Ltd. comments, "Crown Mews is a very special part of Beaulieu Park as the individuality of the homes echoes those found in many typical Essex villages. The privacy and seclusion of the mews makes it an ideal location for young families who will also be able to benefit from a large choice of excellent local schools."
Beaulieu Park will incorporate an eight acre local park with lakes, extensive landscaping, traffic calming measures, 'good neighbour covenants', football pitches, a cricket square, all weather floodlit playing field and a sports pavilion.
Beaulieu Park was acquired by Henry VIII from Sir Thomas Boleyn in 1517. Henry and his Queen, Catherine of Aragon, used it as a summer residence, and it is said that he first met Sir Thomas' daughter, Anne Boleyn at Beaulieu Park. Here, it is alleged, he fell in love with Anne and courted her, before divorcing Catherine and marrying the doomed Anne Boleyn. On his first visit, to what was then 'New Hall', he exclaimed "Quel beau lieu", what a beautiful place, and the name Beaulieu was born and it survives to this day.
Facilities nearby include Chelmsford's excellent shopping, schools, sport and recreational facilities, as well as the benefits of the surrounding countryside. The A12, A130 and the A414 provide good road networks into nearby towns and motorways with a regular train service from Chelmsford to Liverpool Street Station, London (journey time approx. 40 minutes).
The first four homes to be released have been priced at:
One 2-bedroom mews house is available for £190,000.
One 4-bedroom mews house is available for £275,000.
Two 4-bedroom detached houses are available for £335,000 and £350,000.
For sales enquiries or to register your interest for the forthcoming houses please telephone: 01245 460 976.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Countryside website: www.countryside-residential.co.uk
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Information correct as at 28/01/2000