St Osyth Priory Estate Evening Standard Homes and Property

St Osyth Priory Estate

There is more to the Essex sunshine Coast than candyfloss, kiss-me-quick hats and caravan parks.

The pretty village of St Osyth, five miles west of Clacton, has a medieval priory with 22 listed buildings in the grounds and several scheduled Ancient Monuments.
The estate sits against the River Colne Estuary Site of Special Scientific Interest, a wetlands nature reserve with hundreds of bird and wildlife species.

Untouched for centuries, the old priory now has new neighbours within its gated walls. Under way is a development of 73 architecturally sympathetic new homes built with soft-re Flemish- bond brickwork, timer weatherboarding and clay roof tiles. Homes at St Osyth Priory range from apartments to four-bedroom detached houses, at prices from £200,000 to £750,000.

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Its fascinating and picturesque location. St Osyth claims to be Britain’s driest place, with the least rainfall.

A coastal Martello Tower from the Napoleonic Wars has been turned into an aviation museum. The commute to Liverpool Street Station takes just over an hour.

From £200k to £750k flats and houses in St Osyth Priory, Essex.