1023 West in Brentwood by Weston Homes
Brentwood, Essex, CM14 4QJ
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1 & 2 bedroom apartments
£265,000 - £500,000
DISCOVER EXCEPTIONAL NEW HOMES IN THE HEART OF BRENTWOOD AT 1023 WEST
Take advantage of our limited time offer - benefit from your Stamp Duty paid up to £15,000 PLUS Legal Fees paid*
ABOUT 1023 WEST
1023 West is a beautiful collection of new and meticulously converted homes in desirable Brentwood, offering stylish and contemporary 1 & 2 bedroom apartments.
This collection of exceptional new homes feature contemporary open-plan living areas, superb bespoke designer kitchens and luxury bathrooms, all finished to the highest standards.
Brentwood is a suburban town with a thriving shopping area, offering a range of high street stores in addition to several boutique shops. Brentwood has a buoyant night life due to the range of bars and restaurants located along the High Street.
Less than a mile away from Brentwood Train Station, links into the capital provide services to London Liverpool Street within 40 minutes and Stratford International within 30 minutes. Journey times into London are set to be made quicker, easier and more direct with the introduction of the Elizabeth line, allowing commuters to travel through central London without having to change trains. By car, 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.
Book a private viewing with our Sales Executives today on 08452243597
*Applies to new reservations and available on selected properties only. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offers. Any agreed incentive will be applied as a one-time discount at point of legal completion. All offers and incentives are subject to Weston Homes’ approval before reservation.
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