St Osyth – City & Country
Surrounded by beauty, nature, myth and legend. Large four bedroom detached family houses to one bedroom apartments are in development.
We spent time in the beautiful grounds, shooting the landscape, house and gardens. Working with fromthehipvideo.co.uk to complete a promotional film.
The parkland is set adjacent to the River Colne Estuary Site of Special Scientific Interest which is 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 containing a mosaic of historic ponds and avenues, woodland, reed bed and veteran trees combined with extensive wetland habitats which now provide complementary habitat for the birds and other wildlife using the estuarine marshes.
The St Osyth Priory Estate is of such significance as it has a social and cultural history dating back over 900 years with structures still in place from the monastic period and it is essential that it is preserved, restored and protected for the benefit of future generations.