The Livermores in Great Dunmow was named after a prominent local family who used to live in the Grade II Listed building, which has now been converted into two stunning apartments and two charming 2-bedroom cottages.
Built in the 19th century and, known as "The Nunnery", originally owned by the Catholic Church, the building eventually became home to the Livermore family. Until quite recently, however, it was in use as the offices for Uttlesford District Council.
The building's elegant façade has been retained and remains a feature of the town's high street. A parade of four new cottages, sympathetically designed to blend in with surrounding properties, have been built to the rear, together with two link-detached 3-bedroom houses.View Development Back to news
This impressive five bedroom, three storey detached home has an expansive open-plan snug/kitchen/dining area with bifold doors opening onto the garden, a separate formal living room with feature fireplace and a master bedroom with dressing room, en-suite and private balcony.