A New Life For A Historic Residence, Surrounded By Spectacular Parkland
Immersed in gently rolling parkland, studded with towering oaks and ornamental ponds rippled by gentle breezes, Boyles Court offers contemporary living to all of its residents, whether you opt for a stunning apartment in the magnificent Georgian conversion or a brand-new house within the imposing courtyard. Each property has been meticulously appointed with the finest fixtures and fittings to create welcoming, beautiful spaces where you’ll love to relax and entertain in equal measure. While the countryside is on your doorstep, it’s 25 minutes by train to London Liverpool Street station, where the bright lights of the capital await.
Built in 1776, Boyles Court is a fine example of ornate Italianate architecture. Now reimagined for the modern age, the development has retained many of the original Grade II-listed building’s character features, including an impressive piano nobile, Tuscan portico and a Venetian window. Designed by renowned architect Thomas Leverton, Boyles Court was home to the Lescher family until the 1920s, when it became a school.