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Period charm

By Nicki Treffers - 26 September 2016

For all the undeniable practical advantages of living in a brand new house or apartment, there is consistently strong demand for period properties. Here you will find a selection of properties with that period charm.

Croys Grange in Great Easton is an historic and substantial Grade II Listed timber-framed country house built in 1550 with later additions, once connected to Tilty Abbey and sold off in 1919 as part of the Countess of Warwick estate. It is a stunning five double bedroom family residence benefitting from four good size receptions, a wealth of period character including exposed heavy timbering and marble fireplace. Set on an idyllic and private plot of 1.1 acres (stls), with an outdoor swimming pool and several highly useful outbuildings.

Price on application. For further details contact our Country & Village office.

A stunning Grade II Listed six bedroom property built by the Vicar of Sible Hedingham between 1619 and 1740 and believed to have been the inspiration for a notable building in Disney’s 101 Dalmatians film. Offering a beautiful setting and extensive living accommodation with a wide array of original period features with four reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room with utility room and six double bedrooms. Further benefits include three outbuildings offering ancillary accommodation (stpp).

Currently on the market with a guide price of £900,000. For further details contact our Country & Village office.

Situated in a picturesque location in the popular village of Fyfield adjacent to the 12th century village church, is this charming four double bedroom, four reception Grade II Listed period residence thought to date back to 1500, set in a private and idyllic location. Offering walking distance to Fyfield village, with its two popular public houses and close proximity to major road and rail links into central London.

Currently on the market with a guide price of £749,950. For further details contact our Country & Village office.

Situated in the heart of Billericay town centre, is this beautifully presented two bedroom Grade II Listed semi-detached weather boarded cottage which is within minutes' walk of both Billericay high street and mainline railway station. The property has to be viewed internally to fully appreciate not only the decorative standard but also many period features.

Currently on the market for £305,000. For further details contact our Billericay office.