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WW2 hangar transformed into luxury five-bed home and it's on the market for £1.4m

An old WW2 airfield hangar has been transformed into a luxury, five-bedroom home worth a staggering £1.4m. The property was one of thousands of 'Nissen huts' erected in Britain during war-time using pre-fabricated sections.

It features distinctive curved roofs clad with corrugated sheets. Many were abandoned or used as storage by farmers. But one hangar, set in the countryside near Dunmow, Essex, has been converted into a private home boasting 2.3 acres of gardens.

The building, which is one of three surviving Nissen huts situated on the grounds of an old Georgian house near Dunmow, was once used to house service personnel, including members of the RAF and American forces.

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