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The Almshouses

North Hill, Chelmsford Road, Little Baddow, Essex

The Almshouses consist of seven one-bedroom bungalows.

Little Baddow was mentioned in Domesday as Baduuer and belonged to Count Eustace and had a mill, ten cobs, 53 cattle and 163 sheep. It is a popular commuter village surrounded in part by National Trust woodland with a local pub. St Marys church was built in the 12th century and has a magnificent 14th mural, effigies and memorials.

Facilities include non-resident management and emergency alarm service and garden.

Scheme Features: Local Amenities: Environment:
  • Manager: Non-resident
Available Properties at this development
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The Almshouses
Little Baddow
The Almshouse Charity
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