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4 of the best properties with historic charm in Essex

PUBLISHED: 13:32 22 October 2010 | UPDATED: 17:55 20 February 2013

Wood Hall
Little Waldingfield
Guide price: £1,100,000
Contact: Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01245 467468

Wood Hall Little Waldingfield Guide price: £1,100,000 Contact: Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01245 467468

Properties with charm that are available to purchase in Essex

122 Church Hill
Loughton
This imposing five-bedroom detached Grade II listed property benefits from many fine features which demonstrate this homes historic charm as well as its suitability for modern living. In addition to a secluded rear garden, to the front of the property there is a carriage driveway which provides parking for several cars while inside you will find inglenook fireplaces and sash windows. The total plot extends to approximately one third of an acre (stls).
Guide price: 850,000
Contact: Douglas Allen on 020 8418 0018


19 Alderford Hall
Sible Hedingham
An attractive Grade II listed, semi-detached character cottage, situated within the Conservation Area of the village of Sible Hedingham, 19 Alderford Hall has something for everyone. The property has been sympathetically restored using various traditional methods and retains a wealth of exposed timbers and accommodation including four bedrooms, a family bathroom, two reception rooms, a kitchen and a utility/cloakroom.
Guide price: 329,995
Contact: John D Wood & Co 01245 344 222


Squirrels Lodge
Glebe Road, Ramsden Bellhouse
Full of character and located in one of the countys most prestigious roads in the sought-after village of Ramsden Bellhouse, Squirrels Lodge is set in approximately one acre with far-reaching views backing onto farmland. Accommodation includes a lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and study plus four bedrooms. The property also benefits from planning permission for a large rear extension.
Guide price: 850,000
Contact: Bellhouse Estates 0800 587 9020


Wood Hall
Little Waldingfield
Beams can sometimes offer an impression of dark rooms and low ceilings, but this is not the case here. The magnificent drawing room at Wood Hall in Little Waldingfield boasts a ceiling height of an impressive 10 feet and good heights and decoration to timberwork tend to be found in the wealthier houses. The beams at Wood Hall are fluted, chamfered and of an impressive size, making this a highlight of an attractive property.
Guide price: 1,100,000
Contact: Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01245 467468

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