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Area Guide

Whether you live in the area or are thinking of moving, Next Chapter's area guide has been specifically designed to provide you with lots of useful information.

Put the kettle on and take a wander around - enjoy our stunning photos, a little bit of local history, information on local schools, and things to do when you're out and about - and if there's anything you'd like to know that we haven't covered, give us a call on 01277 500 396 and we'll do our very best to help.

A Quick Note: The schools we have listed are purely for your information and it does not necessarily mean that this school falls within the catchment area, we recommend contacting the school directly to find out this information.

Central Brentwood

Tell me about it
This is where it all happens! With great transport links getting you into London in 30 minutes and easy access to the A12 and M25, Brentwood is a commuter's paradise! With countless boutique shops, its chic coffee culture, restaurants and bars you'll find yourself spoilt for choice! It's easy to see why people are flocking to Brentwood and why it's such a desirable place to live. 

For families, Brentwood offers some fantastic schools, parks and plenty of life, art and culture. Thinking of selling or moving then get in touch!

Primary Schools
Brentwood School
St Helens Catholic Infant School

Hogarth Primary School
St Thomas of Canterbury Church of England

Secondary Schools
Brentwood School
Brentwood County High School
The Endeavour school
Becket Keys Church of England
Brentwood Ursuline Convent High School

Additional School
Central School of Dance and Drama

Places of Interest
Brentwood School has produced well known singers, writers, politicians, TV presenters and much much more. The building itself is definately worth a look and sits almost directly opposite the stunning Brentwood Cathedral (you can see images of both in the photos above!).

Take a stroll down Crown Street where you’ll find lots of boutique shops to spend the afternoon shopping.

Brentwood also has it’s own theatre so check that out if you fancy something in the arts.  You can check out their website for more information;

If you're more suited to a bit of history then the old ruins of a 13th Century Chapel can be seen on Brentwood’s charming high street which, coincidently also offers some great places to eat and drink.