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Fancy living in a converted court house? This characterful conversion is currently on the market

Before your throw the book at the idea of living in such a formal building, check out this quirky renovated court house in Essex.

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The Old Court House dates back to 1858. The Grade-II listed building is highly regarded for its historical interest, having served as a magistrates’ court and as a county court until it’s closure in 1992. Once court was adorned the property was bought by the current owners, who carried about extensive renovation works – resulting in a spacious town house full of character.

The generous home boasts four bedrooms, reception hall, four living rooms and a large open-plan kitchen.

The impressive exterior

Image credit: Savills

With such superb architecture this property is certainly not guilty of being a shrinking violet. The renovation has retained many of the original features, such as the stone royal arms on top of the parapet.

renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

The kitchen feels incredibly impressive thanks to the double height ceiling. The gilded accessories help to give this room a fancy finish.

Step into the courtroom

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The rooms on the ground floor are arranged around the former court room, which is now an enormous open-plan living space. The impressive Room has a ceiling height of six metres!

With walls lined with books and a games room on an elevated gallery, this may feel slightly more like a community hall than a home??

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renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

The Public Waiting Room has become the sitting room, complete with cosy log burner.

renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

The clever conversion has resulted in the judges’ Robing Rooms being transformed into spacious bedrooms.

renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

A small courtyard provides adequate outdoor space to enjoy.

renovated court house

Image credit: Savills

The Old Court House seen here in it’s former glory. The court house dates back to 1858.

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This quirky old court house is on the market with Savills, with an asking price of £895,000.

The jury is out on this one.

The post Can a renovated court house make a fun family home? You be the judge… appeared first on Ideal Home.

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