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Home is where the hearth is

By Denise Allen - 10 October 2016

As electricity, gas and oil prices soar and winter nears, sales of wood-burning stoves are up and chimney sweeps are back in demand. No wonder, there’s nothing that beats the glow of a real fire.

A stunning six bedroom detached house built in 1910 for an architect and his family located in the picturesque Village of Writtle. Internally the property boasts a superb hallway with Herringbone wood block flooring, beamed ceilings, and a staircase with a galleried landing. The drawing room enjoys a generous, exposed brick fireplace with open fire and supporting timber beams. Double doors lead through to an impressive, spacious dining room with views over the rear garden.

Currently on the market with a guide price of £1,300,000. For further information contact our Writtle sales office.

Situated in a highly desirable private turning, just 0.6 of a mile to Brentwood's vibrant High Street, is this spacious three/four bedroom split level detached property. The property offers well-presented and versatile accommodation. The main reception area includes a good size dining room with fitted dark wood dresser unit including housing for home office, balustrading and steps leading to an impressive lounge with 11' high vaulted ceiling and red brick fireplace including log burner.

Currently on the market for £925,000. For further information contact our Brentwood sales office.

Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Felsted is this substantial five bedroom detached family home.The ground floor accommodation comprises spacious entrance hall with cloakroom and door leading to a newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room with gloss units, Corian worktops and fully integrated appliances with an island with breakfast bar and space for a kitchen table. In addition the property boasts a light and airy sitting room with open fireplace and doors leading to the garden, separate dining room and conservatory.

Currently on the market for offers over £580,000. For further information contact our Dunmow sales office.

Situated in a private road in Little Canfield, is this immaculately presented and surprisingly spacious two bedroom semi-detached property. The property benefits from high ceilings throughout, creating a wonderful feeling of space and light. The accommodation comprises of a good size sitting room with large bay window and open fire, a separate dining/family room benefits from dual aspect windows and engineered wooden flooring leads to the newly refurbished fitted kitchen with space for appliances and a door leading to the rear garden.

Currently on the market with a guide price of £325,000. For further information contact our Dunmow sales office.

A most impressive barn converted in 1997, set in a quiet location close to the popular village of Hatfield Broad Oak and within a 12 minutes’ drive of Sawbridgeworth Station and 42 minutes direct to London Liverpool St Station. Comprising of entrance hall, drawing room with exposed chimney stack and inglenook fireplace. Oak flooring leads to the dining room, kitchen/breakfast room in natural wood with "range" oven, playroom, downstairs cloakroom and utility room.

Currently on the market for £3,500 pcm. For further information contact our Dunmow lettings office.