Boreham House is located close to the A12 just outside of Chelmsford, Essex. It is a great backdrop for the pictures and a photographer’s dream!
Wedding receptions take place in a modern pavilion in the rear garden.
Boreham House is an amazing Grade I listed mansion with an avenue of trees, between which there is a fantastic formal lake.
The house was originally built around 1730 for Benjamin Hoare Esq who commissioned prominent architects to design the house and it was embellished with fine marbles and other materials including the staircase bought from New Hall, owned by Henry VIII from 1517 to 1547.
Henry Ford purchased the estate in 1931, he was returning from Oberammergau when the train was held up briefly at the Generals Lane level crossing and he noticed that Boreham House was for sale, it was eventually passed on to Ford Motor company in 1952, then onto private ownership once again.