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Colne Road Halstead


£1,600,000

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The Water Tower, Colne Road, CO9
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An exceptional example of a pair of converted, red brick, Victorian water towers located in a North Essex town and being within a few miles of a private airfield and approximately 25 minutes of Stansted airport. They are located in their own generous plot which comprises gardens, ample parking and garaging.
The older of the two dates back to the mid 1800s and offers self-contained accommodation over two floors.
The main residence is truly inspiring with stunning features. These range from a 2 storey glazed arch housing the entrance door, to the exceptional brickwork with a range of colours and designs not to mention the panoramic views from the roof terrace.
Over the 6 floors there are 4 bedrooms, numerous bathrooms, 4 living areas and a second “secret” staircase.

As a point of historical interest during the Industrial Revolution the Courtauld family, one of the leading names in British textiles, built a yarn factory in the town, as they needed a larger supply of water for the factory to operate they built the second tower in 1888 with a pipe that ran straight to the factory.