Stately homeowner who claims trees were chopped down blocks view of pensioner whose with hay bales

Maxine Turner’s three-bedroom bungalow on a quiet cul-de-sac in Norfolk is a modest 1960s build, her cream, ceramic-tiled floor and blue, floral sofa unlikely to win any interior design awards.

What marks, or rather marked, the property as special is — was — the view.

It backs on to the 2,000-acre estate of her millionaire neighbour, Stephen Bett, and for the past 38 years Maxine enjoyed her morning cup of lemon tea watching the sight of hares and horses capering across the glorious…

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