What We Say At The Zoe Napier Group
An amazingly unique character property, set well back from the High Street in its own secluded 2.5 acre rural oasis. An ideal home for family who want ample private outdoor space, a coastal town location and/or entry level equestrian facilities.
It is so rare to be able to purchase a property that can offer such a rural ambience, outdoor activity options, yet be situated just walking distance to the town centre and local Marina facilities.
What The Owners Say
From the moment we discovered this home we have always viewed it as our rural sanctuary. To live in such beautiful surroundings yet having such immediate access to all the town's facilities is almost surreal, and certainly rare and unusual. This home has managed to deliver us the perfect work and lifestyle balance. Whilst we are very excited about our next home, it will not be able to match the uniqueness of this one.
History & Background
This charming, three-bedroom, character home is warm, bright, and welcoming and due to its set back position from the High Street, enjoys wonderful privacy and tranquility. The gardens and grounds are beautiful and given its location and surroundings, it is no surprise to learn that the property was once ran as a popular Bed & Breakfast.
The open plan kitchen with extended breakfast room/day room enjoys superb views and is perfectly situated to observe the natural bird and wildlife. The three good sized double bedrooms all face south over the gardens and if required, there appears to be very realistic potential to add a fourth bedroom. Although being a charming character home, the property is not listed.
The entry level equestrian facilities are perfect for families who are either new, or recently acquainted to their interest/passion for equine activities and sports.
Location, location, location is the key ingredient, and this property ticks every box with its off High Street situation, secluded rural environment, equestrian facilities, views, coastal location, and easy rail links to London.
Setting & Location
The property is well set back from Brightlingsea High Street and accessed by a private lane leading to the gated entrance, driveway, and parking area.
The house stands on a wonderful plot of circa 2.5 acres (stls) consisting of south facing, screened, mature parkland style gardens with an attractive and well-maintained pond. Beyond the gardens lies the equestrian segment of the grounds, beautiful open paddock land with views across open fields toward the coast.
Situated between Colchester and Clacton-On-Sea and on the mouth of the River Colne, Brightlingsea is a popular Essex coastal town situated just a 10-minute drive from Arlesford Station with its rail connection to London. The town also offers a very nice beach area perfect for family outings and an attractive, modern Waterfront Marina with bar and restaurant. There is a choice of shops and restaurants in the town itself, as well as local Primary and Secondary schools.
PLEASE CONTACT US (THE SELLING AGENT) FOR THE FULL BROCHURE PDF AS THERE MAY BE SOME IMPORTANT AGENTS NOTES WHICH YOU SHOULD BE AWARE OF PRIOR TO VIEWING. In addition our client has partaken in the Propertymark Toolkit a questionnaire which they have completed, prior to marketing, declaring and notifying buyers of important information which may help with a more informed decision when making an offer.