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  Thatched cottage, Essex.

Thatched cottage, Essex.

This timber framed thatched cottage, five miles from the Essex market town of Saffron Walden, has undergone many changes during its long life.  

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  Residential barn conversion

Residential barn conversion

The site is located within the Hertfordshire village of Brent Pelham.  

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  Residential alterations

Residential alterations

Work is nearing completion on the alterations to this non-listed detached house near Saffron Walden.

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  Essex listed barn conversion

Essex listed barn conversion

This large four bay timber framed barn is located within the grounds of a Grade II listed house, close to the Essex village of Hatfield Heath.

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  Barn conversion – High Easter – Essex

Barn conversion – High Easter – Essex

Located in the south-east area of the Uttlesford District, midway between Margaret Roding, to the south, and High Easter to the north-east, the barn is set in rural surroundings and occupies an elevated prominent position in the landscape.

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  Barn Conversion – Moore Place Much Hadham

Barn Conversion – Moore Place Much Hadham

The development was completed in 2015 and included the conversion of the curtilage listed 17 century, six bay timber framed barn.

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  Residential development – Braughing – Herts

Residential development – Braughing – Herts

The site lies to the north-west side of the Hertfordshire village of Braughing, on the corner of Gravelly Lane and Green End.

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  Residential development – Rickling Green

Residential development – Rickling Green

The site is located in the Essex village of Rickling Green, to the South of Saffron Walden.

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  Cottage alterations – Clare

Cottage alterations – Clare

The property comprises a pair of cottages, within the grounds of a Grade II listed country house on the outskirts of the Suffolk village of Clare.

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  New houses – Great Chesterford

New houses – Great Chesterford

The site lies in the centre of the Essex village of Great Chesterford, within the Conservation Area.

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