Gainsford End Windmill
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Gainsford End, with the village of Toppesfield, won first prize in the 2016 Essex Village of the Year competition
To the south of the hamlet is Gainsford End Mill, a Grade II listed former corn windmill dating to 1869. By 1974 the mill was derelict, but was subsequently refurbished as a private home, selling for £1.1 million in 2017.
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- Booker John M. L. (1974) Essex and the industrial revolution, Essex County Council Record Office, p.84, ISBN 0900360437
- Oliver, Sarah (1 April 2017), "Licensed to chill: The stunning £1.1 million old mill where 007's thrill-loving helicopter 'double' just loves to unwind...", Daily Mail. Retrieved 24 January 2018
- Media related to Toppesfield at Wikimedia Commons
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