When we think of Regency architecture it conjures up an image of classic, bold design. The Regency period was at the early stage of the 19th Century, when George IV was Prince Regent. It came after years of austerity when building materials has been in short supply and very expensive. This period saw a marked a change in wealth, reflected in its opulent architectural design, - with its grand houses adorned with large windows and doors framed by columns or bold ornamental architrave. Stucco facades, and elegant balconies, and bay windows were also very typical of the Regency period, a period of rejoice it seems for England.
If you would like to buy a property with a touch of Regency, Intercounty Great Dunmow has this 'Regency' style three double bedroom townhouse. Approximately one year old and located within an exclusive gated development just off the town centre with CCTV. Barnetson Place is situated behind wrought iron electric gates. The accommodation comprises 23ft kitchen/breakfast/family with bi fold doors leading into the garden, dining room, cloakroom, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, master bedroom with en suite and dressing area on the top floor. The property has parking for 2 cars (one being a car port) and a delightful landscaped southwest facing private garden. There are also three visitor parking spaces. EPC band B. Offers in excess of £475,000.
- Epc Band B
- 1378 Sqft Approx
- Superb Gated Development
- 25ft Kitchen/Breakfast/Family Room
- En Suite And Bathroom
- 3 Double Bedrooms
- Allocated For 2 Cars
- Impressive Landscaped Gardens