What We Say at Zoe Napier Group This property is beyond compare. Designed by the famous 1930's architect Oliver Hill whose designs were way ahead of their time. The beautiful curvature of elevations allow the panorama views over the East Coast from which to enjoy a 'living painting'. A property that we would defy any discerning buyer to not fall in love with its location and setting.
History & Background The property is an inspiring architectural masterpiece by the famous 1930's architect, Oliver Hill. His concept in design was to create homes of distinction, whilst embracing their magnificent setting to take full advantage of the views. The curvature of elevations and panorama of windows allow for timeless views over the extensive sandy beaches and East Coast into the horizon.
The interior design is very much based on entertaining with quirky and unique maritime features where the stairs rise into what resembles a Luxury Yacht's upper deck. This leads to the upper lounge/games room and balcony with its glorious sea view with access to four double bedrooms; the guest suite features a clever porthole door to its en-suite.
The accommodation has been vastly refurbished in recent years with much of its interior sourced and produced by bespoke London suppliers to ensure that the interior retains its Art Deco feel whilst affording the luxury of modern technology and clever mood lighting.
Setting & Location The house is situated on the exclusive North End of the Sea Front facing directly onto extensive greensward which leads down to the magnificent beach for literally miles of Coastal walks and beach enjoyment. When the tide is fully out the beach extends out for probably a quarter of a mile and the vista is equally pleasing at full tide.
The property occupies a good size plot in a unique residential area where the houses lie to the west side of the road. This allows for the rear gardens to capture the evening sunset for evening entertaining and alfresco dining.
Frinton on Sea has always been the most exclusive of Sea front towns, primarily due to its limited opportunity for development inside the 'Frinton Gates'. The area year-on-year is becoming more and more fashionable with a wider demographic of buyer and age group. The town has over recent years become popular for street cafes, contemporary restaurants and wine bars with a vast array of activities. These include the highly renowned Tennis Club, Seafront Golf Course amongst popular cultural events, Lifehouse Spa and all water activities from windsurfing to sailing.
The beach huts attract discerning visitors throughout the summer which includes beach areas for dog walkers and horse riders who generally canter along at sunrise. Frinton Station allows access via Colchester into London Liverpool Street for either daily or weekend commute.