St-Osyth - £400,000

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147 Clacton road, St-Osyth

  • Detached three bedroom bungalow
  • Two reception rooms
  • Conservatory/Lounge/garden room
  • Rear detached garage
  • Workshop and storeroom
  • Outside office/Summer house
  • Front driveway
  • Parking aplenty
Welcome home!

Plenty of parking on the front driveway and welcome to this large three bedroom bungalow either from the entrance hall at the front or via the gate and detached garage at the back. You will find a double bedroom on the front to your right and a living room to your left. Two further double bedrooms either side with a bathroom and a separate shower room. You will no doubt appreciate the living feel from the back of the property with a modern extension used as a sun lounge adjacent to the dining room and the kitchen.

Step outside

The plot is deceiving large and offers access to the rear with a detached garage, a workshop and a storeroom. The garden also comprises a roomy summer house which could be used as a separate office.
EPC rating: D

Council Tax Band: D (£1,808 p/yr)

Property Information
  • Price: £400,000
  • Location: St-Osyth
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Kitchens: 1
  • Garages: 1
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St Osyth Village…

The village is steeped in history with other listed buildings including a prominent 12th century Priory set in grounds.  The Domesday book of 1086 records a thriving settlement at St Osyth with the presence of :- a mill, location unknown but probably alongside the Creek. In medieval times St Osyth Augustine Priory was founded (believed to be 1121) and became an abbey around 1200. The Priory, the Creek, and the former Market Place are the historic features of the settlement of St Osyth, together with St Osyth Fair which is believed to have taken place on the Bury.

St Osyth is about 15 minutes drive to Clacton-on-Sea where there is a direct rail connection to London, and is about 30 minutes drive to Colchester where trains are available for connection to London, Ipswich, Norwich.

St Osyth has the following facilities:- Primary School, 2 Grocery stores, good butcher, Post Office facility, Café, Boots the Chemist, Hairdresser, Estate Agent, Accountancy Practice, Fish and Chip shop, Chinese Takeaway, Indian restaurant, 2 Public houses, Church, Social Club, Village Hall. Also there is a Nisa Store on the way into Point Clear which has a good range of products plus parking space.

On nearby Mill Dam Lake is a new exciting Venture comprising a Wake Board Park this consists of two Zip wires which pull Wake Boarders back and forward across the lake and if they so wish over a variety of up and over jumps. All equipment is available to hire together with tuition. As well as this the Park caters for a small Aqua Park, kayaking, stand up boarding, swimming, café and viewing terrace.

There are some outstanding walks nearby all around the village. You can walk alongside St Osyth Creek to Brightlingsea Creek and take a ferry to Brightlingsea where there is a big sailing community with moorings available and water available at most times of the day, or East Mersea, or Wivenhoe. Also the cottage side of the river there is a designated walk to Howlands Marsh a designated Nature Reserve, up to Martin’s Farm where there is a lovely view down Brightlingsea Creek. Alternatively there is a walk to Lee Wick Nature Reserve overlooking the sea.

Enjoy a relaxing day by the seaside. Collect pebbles and enjoy the charm of unspoilt nature at St Osyth Beach near Clacton On Sea or explore the stunning views from Point Clear beach with Mersea Island on one side and Brightlinsea on the other.

 

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