Castle Hedingham is a delightful medieval village situated in North Essex amongst the attractive and undulating scenery of the Colne valley. The village is renowned for its famous Norman Keep which was constructed in the 12th century by the De Vere family and the venue is well known for the prestigious events it holds throughout the year and provides an impressive focal point for the village. Furthermore there are numerous local walks which provide magnificent views of the village, beautiful surrounding countryside and river Colne where the three water mills can be found.
There is a thriving community within the village which benefits from a wide range of local services to include a village shop, post office, restaurant, public houses, tea rooms, doctor’s surgery and excellent school which cater for everyday needs. The village is situated between the local market towns of Sudbury and Halstead where further and more extensive facilities are offered. The world famous university city of Cambridge is within easy reach and the convenience of an international airport hub is provided at Stansted some thirty minutes by car.
Castle Hedingham is a delightful area to reside within and it has superb daily facilities. Furthermore it is surrounded by attractive villages boasting fine vernacular architecture which are accessed by quiet leafy lanes. The area is ideally placed for those who need to commute and for others who appreciate the beauty and convenience of the area whilst retaining fast access and transport links to the capitol. The team at the Castle Hedingham office have a wealth of experience between them and are particularly well placed to advise clients about local trends in the market. Furthermore their in depth knowledge of the various types of local construction are especially useful when considering accurate valuations.
Office Principal Castle Hedingham
Tim Rutter joined the company in 2002 and has been working from this office ever since becoming a manager in 2005 and very shortly after a director. He was born in East Anglia and likes to spend time with his family when not in the office and is well known for his fondness of the countryside and its sporting activities.