- 5 bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
Description Broomfield Lodge is a fine detached family home, with five bedrooms, set in a peaceful position overlooking a beautiful lake, a mile from Chelmsford city centre. The property comprises more than 3,000 square feet of flexible, comfortable accommodation, which is finished to a high standard throughout.
On the ground floor there are three reception rooms, including the 21ft reception room, which has timber beams overhead and an impressive brick-built fireplace, fitted with a woodburning stove. There is also a formal dining room and a useful office, which has a hatch leading to the cellar. The kitchen and breakfast room is fitted with attractive units in cream, and has a central island with a breakfast bar, as well as integrated appliances.
Upstairs there are five double bedrooms, one of which is accessed via a separate staircase. Three of the bedrooms are en suite, including the master, which is generously proportioned and includes extensive fitted storage. There is also a family bathroom.
Chelmsford has a vibrant and bustling centre, with plenty of historic architecture. There are excellent shopping options, including the High Chelmer Shopping Centre and Meadows Shopping Centre, along with the pedestrianized High Street. The city is also home to a wealth of excellent restaurants, cafÃ©s and bars, and boasts superb leisure and recreational facilities. Outstanding-rated state schooling is available at King Edward VI Grammar School or Chelmsford County High School for Girls, along with several outstanding primary schools, while Chelmsford is also home to several reputable independent schools. The propertyâs location is extremely convenient for transport connections, with the A12 three miles away, and easy access to Chelmsford city centre, with its mainline station (40 minutes to London Liverpool Street).
The property is set on Eden Waters, which is accessed via a driveway off Sixth Avenue. The driveway leads around the charming lake with its lily pads over-hanging weeping willow trees, to the house, which directly overlooks the water. There is a double garage on the side of the house, with a pathway leading to the front entrance. At the front and side there are gardens directly on the waterâs edge, with lawns and paved terracing, while to the rear there is further paved terracing, enclosed by high timber fencing. View more View less