Located in a unique position within The Square on the Beaulieu Park development is this deceptively spacious four bedroom family town house built by Messrs. David Wilson Homes. The property features what can only be described as flexible accommodation spreading over three floors and includes ground floor accommodation which could be suitable to accommodate an elderly relative as it features the fourth bedroom with en suite shower, separate living room as well as utility room which could be adapted to a kitchenette. To the first floor there is an 'L' shaped lounge and fitted 'L' shaped kitchen/dining room. The second floor features a master bedroom with en suite shower and two further bedrooms with a family bathroom. Externally the property offers a landscaped rear garden designed for "Al Fresco" entertaining and enjoying a Southerly Aspect with pedestrian access to the garage and further allocated parking space. It is our opinion that only by viewing this property can the full space and flexibility of this desirable family home be fully appreciated.
Fleetwood Square is situated in the Beaulieu Park development which is located to the North east of the city centre. Beaulieu Park is a modern development built in early 2000’s the initial phases comprised mainly of four and five bedroom homes and where built by Countryside homes and Copthorn homes, subsequent homes ranging from two bedroom apartments through to six bedroom homes were built by a selection of other renowned developers. Beaulieu Park features its own park and open green spaces which include a vista towards New Hall School.
Beaulieu Park is located on a bus route to Chelmsford City centre and mainline station and is conveniently located within easy access of the A12 and A130. The new phase of Beaulieu is located within 0.25 of a mile of the property and provides a vibrant new district for Chelmsford, Beaulieu provides a complete range facilities to include a new primary schools and secondary school; community, health, sport and retail amenities together with an extensive network of parkland and green open spaces. Investment in transport connections will also be part of the new scheme in the future, which will include a site for a new railway station on the East Anglian main line as well as a new relief road connecting Beaulieu to the A12.