1830's Traditional Essex Weatherboarded Country Cottage & hot tub

1830's Traditional Essex Weatherboarded Country Cottage & hot tub

Joanne

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5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Looking for exchange Easter 2013 possibly skiing and Summer 2014


Our home was originally built in 1830, and has been sympathetically updated to modern standards, and still contains the wattle and daube walls. We have approx. 3 acres of land, and is surrounded by rolling English countryside in a a conservation area.


We are situated near to the medieval Hatfield Forest owned by the National Trust. We have a hot tub and bikes and information on local Gibberd Garden by Henry Moore , visit Cambridge or London attractions including the Olympic park.


We are a non smoking family with 3 children, who love to travel anywhere who have completed many successful exchanges over the world.


Please note that we have ticked the section on swimming pools . We have instead not a pool but a luxury Hot Tub - see our photos.

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More about us

  1. We are a married couple, with three well behaved children, aged 16,14&10

  2. Jo works in Finance and Tim runs his own Business

  3. We love the excitement of exploring new places and have already had 3 brilliant exchanges , and looking forward to our next swap!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The Chequers, Matching Green
Cool bars
Host, Bishop's Stortford
Cozy cafés
The Three Musketeers, Great Dunmow
Retail therapy
Westfield Olympic park Bluewater, Cambridge, London
Bit of culture
The Imperial War Museum, Duxford
Walks in the park
National trust Hatfield Forest
Spot of exercise
Swimming in Bishop's Stortford or at Great Dunmow
Day tripping
London or Cambridge

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