Believed to date from the 1930s. 3 bed brick built bungalow
with white-washed pebble dash finish. Configured as living room with lean-to wooden extension as kitchen; 'front room'; two
bedrooms. Mains electric, gas and water. Disused well in garden; also low concrete curtain wall for Anderson shelter (excavation
filled in after hostilities). No mains drainage. Brick outbuildings: shed, coal shed and wc. Home to the Marchant family to 1965
who are believed to have purchased it during World War 2 to escape the daily hostilities of living in East London. Sold to
Basildon Development Corporation in 1965.