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The St Osyth Priory Estate’s fascinating history dates back over 900 years, with architecture still in place from the monastic phase. The Estate exhibits an extensive range of heritage buildings and natural, ecological features, all within historic grounds surrounded by beautiful landscapes and wildlife. It is a truly special place.
The beautiful new homes are perfectly designed to sit harmoniously within the historic landscape and feature a premium specification throughout. From cottages to family homes and sophisticated apartments, St Osyth Priory offers all the benefits of living in a modern, brand new home, yet surrounded by history.
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 will 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. 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 and be part of something special.
The new homes at St Osyth Priory are perfectly designed for modern living and working from home, as every property is equipped with ultrafast broadband. A variety of hyperoptic broadband packages are available, providing residents with the flexibility to ensure their broadband requirements are met.
ST OSYTH PRIORY
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 together with the registered park and garden.
The parkland is set adjacent to the River Colne Estuary Site of Special Scientific Interest – an extensive wetland habitat of national and international importance for a wide range of wildfowl, invertebrates and salt marsh plant communities. It is also a County Wildlife Site, with its mosaic of historic ponds and avenues, woodland, reed bed and veteran trees making perfect habitats for birds and other wildlife.
The St Osyth Priory Estate’s history dates back over 900 years with structures still in place from the monastic period. It is essential that it is preserved, restored and protected for the benefit of future generations.
By the building of private and exclusive new homes, the creation of an exclusive circular walk, breathing new life into the Sacred White Hart public house, complete with restaurant and exquisite holiday accommodation, and realising plans to restore and convert the Tithe Barn into a truly wonderful wedding and events venue and visitor centre, City & Country is opening up a new long term and viable future for St Osyth Priory.