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Park House
41a Castle Road

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Park House, situated alongside Colchester Castle, affords a wondrous peaceful haven and yet is only a few minutes walk from the town centre. Fernne and Tony have made this comfortable new 'coach house' into a luxury home combined with genuine Roman artifacts found during the excavation of the footings.

Although newly built Park House is designed to be in keeping with the wealth of architectural styles found in Castle Road. We are within 5 minutes walking distance of the town centre and a number of worth- while Art Galleries and Museums Also within a short walking distance are a cosmopolitan mix of international restaurant cuisine's ranging through Thai, Indian, Greek, Italian, French and English home-cooking. We are conveniently positioned near to the Leisure World Sports Centre, Aqua Springs and Colchester Cricket ground for those wishing to take advantage of these facilities. For plant lovers amongst you we are a 15 minute drive away from the world famous Beth Chatto Gardens. Set in 60 acres of breathtakingly beautiful countryside.
House backs onto Colchester Park and garden featured in international publication in 2003.


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 1 + 1 private bathroom
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