4 of the best listed properties in Essex

PUBLISHED: 17:21 10 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:19 20 February 2013

The Lawn House, Kelvedon

The Lawn House, Kelvedon

This months showcase of beautiful listed properties

The Lawn House
Guide price: In excess of 1,000,000

The Lawn House, a Grade II listed building in Kelvedon, has an attractive and striking faade. Among its many notable features are an impressive front to back reception hall which includes a fine staircase and access to the cellar. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, a dressing room and two bathrooms while outside within the part-walled gardens is a coach house.
Contact: Savills on 01245 293233

Rookery Farm
Guide price: 1,950,000

This fabulous 16th century farmhouse has been renovated and considerably improved providing a large open kitchen/breakfast/family room with the addition of an oak-framed conservatory. Accommodation comprises three reception rooms, a study, seven bedrooms and a playroom while outside is a detached Essex barn and swimming pool.
Contact: Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01245 467468

The Street
Guide price: 499,995

Believed to date from the 17th century, this property offers period accommodation including inglenook fireplaces, exposed beams and brick floors,coupled with some fine modern influences. The property boasts outbuildings to include a fine studio/office offering practical space for a number of purposes and a double cartlodge.
Contact: David Burr on 01787 463 404

Great Chalks
Hatfield Broad Oak
Guide Price: 1,600,000

A former rectory, this property was built in 1838. Offering generously proportioned rooms, tall ceilings and open fireplaces, the house would benefit from further modernisation. A particular feature are the gardens, which extend to 3.5 acres and include a significant number of specimen trees. There is also a coach house, outbuildings, paddocks and a swimming pool.
Contact: Mullucks Wells on 01279 755400

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