The house was originally a two bedroom 1930's settlement house with over a third of an acre of land which the first owners used as a small holding. Over the years the house has been extended and now offers three first floor bedrooms, which are serviced by a luxury family bathroom with additional en-suite facilities in the master bedroom, a lovely open plan living area, kitchen with breakfast area and a fourth bedroom/study. Outside the property is set back from the road with a drive leading to a an attached single garage. The gardens have been lovingly landscaped and extend to 0.3 acre with open countryside views to the rear.
Great Yeldham is an attractive village, well known for the "Great Oak", an old preserved oak tree in the centre of the village, which was recorded in William the Conqueror's Domesday Book. The village is nestled in the beautiful undulating countryside of North Essex, six miles from the Suffolk border. The land around is principally used for arable farm...
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