Inside Mrs Hinch’s £1.1m five bed Essex farm home with gated driveway after dispute with neighbours forced her to move

MRS Hinch and her family have moved into a stunning £1.1million five-bedroom farmhouse with a gated driveway.

The Sun Online can reveal the property for the first time after the social media star, 31, said she was forced to move somewhere more secluded following a secret war with her neighbours.

The family bought the property a couple of months ago but have been unable to share details of it until security measures were put in place.

She is now setting up home at the aptly named Hinch Farm, a stunning property surrounded by countryside which the mum-of-two – real name Sophie Hinchcliffe – is planning to keep animals on.

The detached white front property has perfectly manicured lawns that circle the home.

It boasts large open rooms with bay windows and French doors that lead onto the patio.

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Sophie is currently leaving between the two homes before she makes the move fully and she has given fans a few glimpses inside the vast property already.

The star, who gave birth to second son Lennie in May 2021, showed off her eldest boy Ronnie, two, happily exploring his new home and revealed they boys will be getting their own playroom.

She already has big plans for the place, and is set to knock down a couple of walls off the kitchen to create a utility space.

There is also a workshop already in place where has dad has been busy at work creating a couple of new doors for the home.

Yesterday, Sophie surprised her followers when she revealed she hadn’t actually been planning to move house.

Explaining why the couple have now decided to move on, the mum-of-two said: "I won’t go into too much detail because I wouldn’t want to give any satisfaction to the cruel person people involved.

"But Jamie has wanted to move for a while due to the privacy issue which came about after we had extended the house but I was in such a mess because I didn’t want to move.

"I was crying to him saying this is my home, I didn’t want to lose it.

"So I promised him I could fix it hence my weird to basketball net looking trees which you may have noticed on my stories at some points.

"Also new panelled fencing with no holes and a crazy CCTV system. I really did my best behind-the-scenes guys but it wasn’t enough in the end.

"Jamie was right I was putting plasters over things and from that day I felt like I lost my home and I was in a really really low place. But everything happens for a reason doesn’t it.

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