(Plot 4, Phase 3)
Live in one of just 73 private and exclusive newly built homes in St Osyth Priory. Set within the historic grounds, these traditionally designed homes benefit from a beautiful setting and premium specification.
From pretty cottages and elegant family homes to stylish apartments, the new homes at St Osyth Priory represent an excellent opportunity to be part of this idyllic historic country estate, whilst benefiting from all that a brand new home offers. A selection of properties for sale at St Osyth Priory are available with Help to Buy, T&C’s apply.
Enjoy living alongside the heritage buildings, and the private established grounds, calling the Estate’s livestock and natural flora and fauna your neighbours. Live here, join this fantastic community and be part of something special.
(Plot 4, Phase 3)
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Contemporary flat matt doors in soft pale grey
Silestone worktops, upstand and hob splashback. Laminate worktop to separate utility rooms
Stainless steel undermount sinks with monobloc mixer tap
Bosch induction hob, single oven and island extractor hood [where applicable – Elica telescopic extractor hoods elsewhere]. Four bedroom homes benefit from two single ovens and an American fridge freezer
Zanussi dishwasher, fridge freezer and washer dryer [when situated in the kit
Modern wall hung Laufen Pro sanitaryware
Chrome brassware from Vado – monobloc mixer taps and thermostatic showers with concealed shower valves
Chrome towel radiators and shaver sockets
Porcelain tiles to en suite and bathroom walls
Lifestyle floors Chelsea range laminate flooring in thames oak to open plan living, kitchen and dining areas with 20 year warranty
All stairs, bedrooms and separate living rooms have 100% textured wool carpets in a neutral colour
Porcelain floor tiles to halls, all bathrooms, en suites and WCs
Dressing rooms to master bedrooms are fitted with open shelves and hanging rails. Other master bedrooms include fitted wardrobes with glass sliding doors where possible
Fitted wardrobes to the second bedroom in four bedroom houses
Accessible lofts to certain properties with fitted loft ladders – ask our Sales Executives for more information
Finished with brickwork, timber finished weatherboarding or rendered with handmade clay, slate or plain roof tiles
Traditional four panel internal doors painted in Dulux Heritage Mudlark with brushed chrome ironmongery
Front doors painted in Dulux Heritage range
Walls painted in Dulux Heritage Ash White
Predominantly sliding sash, some casement windows to selected properties
Ground floor windows and some first floor windows have satin locking handles
Timber windows and entrance doors
Gas fired combination boiler with radiators upstairs and underfloor heating downstairs. Apartments all have underfloor heating
Open flue system with bespoke timber fireplace surround in some homes with the potential to install a log burner*
Heatmiser Neostat and Neohub smart thermostats to four bedroom houses, Danfoss to all other properties
A wide variety of hyperoptic broadband packages available
Many properties have a study or specific space within the living area, ideal for use as a home office
Combination of recessed downlighters to all bathrooms, en suites and most kitchen areas, all other areas have pendant fittings
External lighting to front door
All garages and carports have lighting, garages also have power supply and electrical doors with remote control to operate
Residents can install smart meters – please ask our Sales Executives for more detail
All homes feature intruder alarms and mains operated smoke detectors
Secure environment with movement-activated gates at entrance. Number plate reading technology to record all vehicle movements in and out of the development
All private gardens are turfed with Raj Indian sandstone paving slabs for pathways and patio areas
St Osyth Priory boasts a unique range of heritage buildings, environmental and ecological features. The buildings alone comprise 16 separate Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II listed buildings and numerous Scheduled Ancient Monuments.
The new apartments and houses at St Osyth Priory provide a unique opportunity to live within the St Osyth Priory Estate adjacent to heritage buildings and their ancient gardens and parkland of environmental and ecological interest.
Dukes Bistro - 0.2 miles
Dukes Bistro is located on St Osyth’s high street and serves a variety of homemade dishes.
The Crossroads Sandwich Bar - 0.2 miles
An independent establishment, serving freshly made sandwiches, toasties, salad boxes and a delicious selection of baked goods.
The Balti House - 0.3 miles
Within walking distance from the new homes at St Osyth Priory, The Balti House serves a delightful Indian cuisine.
The Creek – 1.8 miles
Located in Great Bentley, The Creek is an award-winning, family-run restaurant and bar, serving high quality, classical British dishes with European influences.
Restaurant 43 - 4.6 miles
Offering contemporary English dining in the heart of Great Bentley, Restaurant 43 is a relaxed eatery, where you can enjoy beautifully designed menus and sample delicious cocktails.
Sorano’s - 4.7 miles
Sorano’s is a family-run restaurant, serving delicious, traditional Italian dishes.
The Bicycle Bar & Restaurant – 7.3 miles
The Bicycle Bar & Restaurant offers a variety of dishes and a constantly evolving menu, using high quality ingredients and locally sourced produce where possible.
Yachtmans Arms – 7.4 miles
This traditional, family-run waterside pub, serves delicious home cooked dishes alongside a variety of drink options, including cask ales, spirits and wines.
Rosebud Pub & Seafood Restaurant - 7.4 miles
Rosebud Pub & Seafood Restaurant is a delightful seafood restaurant, serving freshly cooked dishes and boasting beautiful sea views.
1 Harbour Square – 7.5 miles
1 Harbour Square is a family-run restaurant, serving delicious, locally sourced brunch, lunch and afternoon tea options, whilst boasting beautiful views overlooking the Marina and Colne estuary.
Coach House Coffee Shop - 7.5 miles
This delicatessen and café sells a plethora of products including fresh seafood and locally grown produce. Additionally, the café serves beautifully prepared dishes using locally sourced, quality ingredients.
The Restaurant at Lifehouse – 8.2 miles
The Restaurant at Lifehouse is a light and relaxing space, serving ‘superb’ cuisine using fresh, local ingredients and enjoys beautiful views over the historic Listed Thorpe Hall Gardens.
The Pavilion - 12.1 miles
The Pavilion is a unique and luxurious restaurant, bar and dining terrace which offers a Pan-Pacific inspired menu.
Le Talbooth - 16.2 miles
Set in a picturesque surrounding beside the River Stour, Le Talbooth offers fantastic food whilst boasting beautiful views of Dedham Vale.
Colchester - 12.6 miles
Colchester boasts a bustling town centre with plenty of restaurants and great shopping. There is a growing arts scene here with numerous galleries, theatres and arts venues as well as a world famous zoo to enjoy.
Clacton-on-Sea - 4.8 miles
Clacton features a fully pedestrianised shopping village with a number of retail outlets including M&S, Cotton Traders, Trespass and JD Sports.
Ipswich - 27.2 miles
Ipswich is home to a range of high street brands and independent shops. Here you will find Debenhams, Marks and Spencer and The Body Shop alongside stores such as namely Urban Vintage and Just Essentials
Freeport Designer Village - 31.9 miles
Freeport Designer Village boasts over 75 stores featuring discounts of up to 60%, including: Barbour, Calvin Klein, Crew Clothing Company, Jaeger, Le Cresuet & Levi’s.
Chelmsford - 35.7 miles
Chelmsford has a vibrant town centre with a variety of well-known high street retailers, bars & restaurants.
St Clare's Catholic Primary School - 2.7 miles
Cann Hall Primary School - 3.1 miles
Great Bentley Primary School - 4.2 miles
Holmwood House (Private Preparatory) - 14.7 miles
Felsted Preparatory School (Private Preparatory) - 39.0 miles
Colchester Royal Grammar School - 13.0 miles
Colchester County High School for Girls (Grammar School) - 13.7 miles
Shorefields School (State Secondary) - 4.7 miles
Clacton County High School (State Secondary) - 4.8 miles
Colchester High (Private Secondary) - 12.4 miles
Royal Hospital School (Private Secondary) - 20.2 miles
Felsted School (Private Secondary) - 39.0 miles
St Osyth Priory – 0 miles
An oasis of rural adventure, St Osyth’s Priory boasts abundant park and woodlands. Visitors can wander along the nearby River Colne Estuary and beaches to take to the water and sail with the breeze of salt air.
Curve Water Sports: Water Park and Watersports Center - 0.5 miles
Curve Water Sports is a water park and water sports centre, offering fun water-based activities including paddleboarding, wakeboarding, kayaking and inflatable obstacle course.
St Osyth Beach - 1.7 miles
The St Osyth Priory Estate is a stone’s throw from St Osyth Beach.
East Essex Aviation Museum – 3 miles
Housed in the historic Martello Tower at Point Clear, the museum features displays of aircraft remains and the wreckage of the American P51 Mustang which crashed off the coast of Clacton in 1945.
Martello Tower (Point Clear) – 3 miles
Martello Tower is an aircraft museum, featuring exhibits relating to aviation, war and weapons.
Anytime Fitness – 3.7 miles
Anytime Fitness features a variety of facilities including 24 hour access, free parking, personal training options, fitness classes and fitness plans.
Century Cinema – 3.8 miles
Century Cinema offers a unique environment that provides low cost films and events using state-of-the-art technology.
Clacton-on-Sea Golf Club - 3.9 miles
Clacton-on-Sea Golf Club is a traditional members’ club. Its course covers 110 acres and comprising of five par 3s, nine par 4s and four par 5s.
Princes Theatre – 4.4 miles
Princes Theatre is house in Grade II listed building, Clacton Town Hall. The theatre stages is used for a plethora of functions, including shows, exhibitions, meetings and seminars.
Seaquarium – 5 miles
Seaquarium is an fun and educational outlet, featuring a number of marine life species that can be found at Clacton Pier and around our coastal areas.
Brightlingsea Lido – 7.4 miles
Brightlingsea Lido is a 50 metre community, open-air swimming pool which sits on the coast of Brightlingsea.
Colne Yacht Club - 7.5 miles
Colne Yacht Club is based in Brighlingsea and boasts a range of features including a boatyard, a private floating jetty and an oar store, in addition to a member’s bar and restaurant.
Brightlingsea Habour – 7.5 miles
This small-scale mixed leisure and commercial port is situated within a natural conservation area of international importance.
Lifehouse Spa & Hotel – 8.2 miles
Lifehouse Spa & Hotel is an award-winning spa hotel, set within 12 acres of English Heritage Listed Gardens.
Frinton-on-Sea – 10.6 miles
Frinton-on-Sea is a sandy and golden beach when the tide is out and is home to wonderfully retro beach huts, built on stilts.
Hamford Water National Nature Reserve – 11.9 miles
This coastal embayment, features mud flats, marsh and sands and hosts a significant population of over-wintering birds & is also a great place to see both common and grey seals.
The Munnings Art Museum – 12.9 miles
The Munnings Art Museum owns 650 oil painings by Sir Alfred Manning and 50 watercolours, making it the largest collection his work globally.
Colchester Zoo - 15.0 miles
Colchester Zoo is set in 80 acres of parkland and lakes and is home to 220 species from various habitats all around the world, including giraffes, white rhinoceroses and zebras.
Great Bentley Station - 4.2 miles
Clacton-on-Sea Station - 4.3 miles
Colchester Station - 12.5 miles
Colchester Station to London Liverpool Street (Direct Train) – 1h 22 minutes
Chelmsford Station - 39.9 miles
Chelmsford Station to London Liverpool Street (Direct Train) – 39 minutes
Stansted Airport - 46.9 miles
Southend Airport - 56.1 miles
London City Airport - 77.8 miles
A120 - 8 miles
A12 - 13.5 miles
A14 - 24.3 miles
M11 - 49.3 miles
M25 - 54.7 miles
St Osyth Priory has totally exceeded my expectations. The grounds are just beautiful, waking up to the wildlife and going for peaceful walks along the coast, it has been amazing.Martin and Kalene Dear
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Residents Private Circular Walk
A circular walk is being created in the recently restored pasture. It will be home, during certain times of the year, to the Estate’s rare breed and native livestock, giving residents the opportunity for close up views.
The St Osyth Priory Estate is a fully working estate complete with parkland where animals roam ~ amongst them, the iconic white deer. Our farm specialises in rearing rare breed and native livestock and is home to four-horned Manx Loaghtan sheep, Hebridean sheep and English Longhorn cattle.
Adjacent to the River Colne Estuary Site of Special Scientific Interest, the St Osyth Priory Estate is an extensive wetland habitat of national and international importance for a wide range of wildfowl, invertebrates and salt marsh plant communities.
Steeped in History
Live within the St Osyth Priory Estate adjacent to heritage buildings with hundreds of years of history and their ancient gardens and parkland of environmental and ecological interest.
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We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful and unique development at St Osyth Priory. At this historic estate, you are not only buying a house, you are buying a lifestyle.Karen Harman Sales Executive at St Osyth Priory Make An Enquiry