david harrison

house for sale backing onto golf course

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4 bedroom house for sale, with south backing garden and personal gate leading directly onto Boyce Hill golf course in South Benfleet Essex

Wonderful views and a large plot.

Walking distance to the station, 45mins to London.

contact me if you are interested or know of someone that wants to fall out of bed and play golf.

no timewasters please.

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