Gorgeous Georgian Opulence

Escape to a world of gorgeous Georgian opulence in 52 acres of rolling Essex parkland. The White House comes with fun and finery for up to 22. Play tennis on the floodlit court, dive into the heated indoor pool and hot tub, sizzle in the sauna, bag a balconied bedroom, warm your toes on the heated floors in the five bathrooms.

Useful info

  • 52 Acres of Private Estate
  • Sleeps 14-22
  • 8 Bathrooms
  • 9 Reception Rooms
  • Pool, Spa & Gym
  • Floodlit Tennis Court
  • Vast Fields & Woodland

Situated Near Gosfield Lake

Gosfield Lake is a man-made lake located in the English county of Essex.

It was created in the early 1980s as a recreational lake for boating and fishing, and covers an area of approximately 70 acres. The lake is surrounded by woodlands and fields, offering a peaceful and picturesque setting for visitors.

Gosfield Lake is a popular destination for fishing, with a variety of species such as carp, pike, and perch available for catch. The lake also offers boat rental for fishing and leisure activities, including sailing and kayaking. There are picnic areas and walking trails around the lake for visitors to enjoy.

In addition to recreational activities, Gosfield Lake is also a protected wildlife habitat, with a variety of bird species and other wildlife living in the surrounding woods and fields. The lake is also an important site for conservation, with a number of efforts underway to protect the natural habitat and preserve the local ecosystem.

Overall, Gosfield Lake offers a unique blend of recreational and natural amenities, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.


Cressing Temple Barns

Cressing Temple Barns are a historic set of medieval barns located in the village of Cressing, in the English county of Essex. The barns were built in the 13th century by the Knights Templar, a religious order of knights, and served as a storage and living space for the order's estate.

Today, the Cressing Temple Barns are open to the public and serve as a museum, showcasing the history of the site and the medieval period. Visitors can tour the barns and see original features such as massive timber frames, ancient brickwork, and soaring roof lines. The museum also includes interactive exhibits and historical displays that give insight into the daily life of the Knights Templar and the medieval world.

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