Seventy Seven reasons to live in Chelmsford City
Shortly to be released with priority viewing appointments now available for launch on 6 May, Seventy Seven is a striking development of contemporary apartments in the heart of Chelmsford’s cosmopolitan city centre. Positioned very close to the High Street and the new Bond Street development including John Lewis, Seventy Seven is also a commuters dream with Chelmsford’s main line station close by.
If you want to live somewhere that offers the best of all worlds, you won’t find anywhere better placed than Seventy Seven. In fact we could probably find more than seventy seven reasons to live here!
In no time at all you can walk to the High Street, grab a coffee and a bite to eat in any one of the huge choice of cafes, bars and restaurants, while you decide what to do next. And that decision could take a while.
Of course there’s the shopping. But what about going to see a film, or maybe the theatre? Or you could walk to the Riverside Ice & Leisure Centre and burn off some calories from that lunch? You could exercise for free with a wander along the riverbank, sit in one of the city centre parks or even take in a game of cricket at the County Ground, home of Essex County Cricket Club.
Or perhaps you’ll take advantage of festivals hosted by the City?
Everyone knows about V, but what about CITYdiversions which sees some the country’s finest street artists descend on Chelmsford or July’s Fling festival? Or you could socialise with friends over a drink at one of the City’s beer festivals.
For those that long for the bright lights of London or work in the capital, Seventy Seven offers the ultimate in commutability. A walk through the city centre and you’ll be at Chelmsford Station where the direct main line service has journey times from a little over ½ an hour into London Liverpool Street. What’s more it won’t be long before you can get off at Shenfield just two stops away, and jump on a Crossrail train which will take you straight into London’s West End and beyond including Heathrow airport.
So Seventy Seven has a great location to live up to and it does just that.
For a start the ground floor apartments have their own private garden areas, when was the last time you saw that in a city centre apartment? Those on the upper floors have extensive views towards Danbury Ridge in one direction and in the other, over the River Chelmer just behind the building and out to the west.
Inside each you’ll find individually designed kitchens boasting quality integrated appliances alongside beautifully crafted cabinets whilst the bathrooms have been designed to provide a luxurious hotel feel with crisp white sanitaryware.
Private parking comes with each apartment so if you do get the urge to go further afield (though why would you?) you can explore the beautiful surrounding countryside or easily get to the M11 and M25. If more exotic destinations are your thing, both Stansted and Southend Airports are just 20 miles away.