Updated: Feb 8
You probably know that Essex is home to thousands of beautiful landmark buildings.
But did you know that more than 14,000 are listed Grade 1 or 2?
The listed designation means those buildings are classed as historic or important structures.
Type "Essex" into Wikipedia, and you can see a small selection of these buildings, including;
• The 7th Century Saxon church of St Peter-on-the-Wall in Bradwell-on-Sea
• Hedingham Castle in Castle Hedingham
• Audley End in Saffron Waldon
• The Royal Corinthian Yacht Club in Burnham-on-Crouch
• Hylands House just outside Chelmsford
In our own modest way, we have also created some beautiful structures now gracing many Essex locations.
Like the landmarks mentioned above, our garden rooms are built to last for a very long time.
Steel frames and hardwood cladding ensure that these rooms will look just as good many years from now as they do today.
And, you never know, in years to come, one of our garden rooms might just join the ranks of the hallowed structures above with a listing all of its own.
In the meantime, they're making beautiful additions to many Essex homes and gardens in; Billericay, Brentwood, Feering, Hockley, Leigh On Sea, Loughton, Rayleigh, Southend and Thorpe Bay.
If you've been itching to put some of your garden space to better use and you live in Essex, email email@example.com
Or call 01702 969 959.
With thanks to Wikipedia for some highly useful Essex information.