Keller Williams UK
4 bed Semi-Detached House Sold

Park Road, Brentwood, Essex

£850,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • Semi-detached, Edwardian house
  • Four bedrooms
  • Lots of character with original features
  • Two reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • Conservatory
  • Large garden
  • Sought after town centre location
  • Short walk to Brentwood Station

If you are looking for a wonderful family home full of character in the heart of Brentwood, then this could be the house for you. Available for sale on a guide price of £850,000 to £875,000.

What really makes this semi-detached house special is the large rear garden, which is rare to find so close to the town centre. Situated on a lovely road with lots of other Edwardian properties this house is the perfect combination of location, size, and character all in one, providing a fantastic family home for many years to come.

The house is blessed with high ceilings and features of character throughout, with original fireplaces, large bay windows, picture rails, detailed ceiling roses and cornicing.


From the beautiful stained glass front door the character of the home starts to shine almost immediately.

The front reception room benefits from a large bay window to the front, picture rail and period style ceiling. In the front reception room, there is a working brick-built fireplace that isn’t the original. However, when you enter the dining room you are greeted by a magnificent, original Edwardian fireplace with mantel piece that is beautiful and pride of place in this room. The dining room is flooded with light by large French doors leading out onto the garden. You can picture a wonderful Sunday lunch in this room during the Summer with the doors wide open, or alternatively a Christmas feast for the whole family in front of the fireplace.

Moving into the kitchen/breakfast room, there is a large window to the side and a new modern kitchen has recently been added providing a breakfast bar and plenty of storage units. There is also space for a kitchen table right in front of the window. Through the kitchen there is a lovely conservatory which is the perfect spot for a cup of tea looking out onto the garden beyond or simply a quiet place to sit and read a good book when the kids are tucked up in bed.

On the ground floor there is also a downstairs cloakroom and cupboards with storage space and meters.


Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. Three of the bedrooms are doubles all with original feature fireplaces and the fourth bedroom at the top of the stairs could also work as the perfect home office space if need be. There is scope to expand into the loft to add additional rooms if required which could be a great way to add space and value.


Outside is where this family home comes into its own and can only be rivalled by few in this town centre location with its large rear garden. There is a patio area leading to a laid lawn with mature shrubbery on either side and at the end of that lawn the garden opens out into its true natural beauty. This is where you will find with a bigger expanse of lawn, vegetable, and greenhouse, with the whole garden bordered by bushes and trees, including a fabulous fig tree that any Mediterranean garden would be proud of.

The house also benefits from side access leading to the front as well as solar panels on the side of the roof at the rear. The current owner says that the solar panels provide enough energy for daytime use of electrical appliances. The front garden provides potential buyers the opportunity to create off-street parking as the kerb at the front has already been dropped.

Please see the floorplan for room dimensions. There is also a virtual tour available on request.


“I really love that this house is in such a great central location, close to the shops and supermarket and just a short walk to the station and the local bus service. It will be hard to leave after all these years with such lovely neighbours. I’ve loved being absorbed in the garden where you forget you are in a town centre location. The original features in the house are what gives it so much character”.


Brentwood offers the best of town and country. From the amazing country parks – to the high street stores, bars and restaurants, not to mention the wonderful independent businesses on Crown Street - it’s a brilliant place to be!”

Brentwood rail station is a short walk away and provides frequent trains to London Liverpool Street and Shenfield. Shenfield will also be the eastern terminus of Crossrail when it finally makes its long-awaited debut this year. Crossrail will carry passengers from Shenfield, through central London and then out to the west via Heathrow, terminating at Reading.
Council tax band: F

To discuss this property please contact Peter Garland-Collins on: