St Osyth Priory, Clacton-on-Sea

Woburn Clay Tiles, Reclamation Mix

Woburn Reclamation Mix proves the ideal choice to transition a historical estate into a new era

St Osyth Priory is a mystical place, steeped in 1400 years of nature, myth, legend and history. Its legacy stretches from Saxon Princess to Abbess and the legend of the sacred White Hart, Monastic Priory to great Abbey and finally Country House Estate.  Reputedly one of the largest collections of remaining ecclesiastical buildings in the country, the St Osyth Priory Estate presents 16 separate Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II listed buildings and a significant number of Scheduled Ancient Monuments within the St Osyth Conservation Area. It is a truly exceptional setting.

Award-winning heritage developer City & Country is cherishing this extraordinary heritage and breathing new life into the Estate by embarking on a new era for the benefit of future generations. The private and exclusive new homes they have created within the St Osyth Priory Estate carefully maintain the architectural character of the local North Essex vernacular, including an abundance of historically inspired details to respect their beautiful heritage setting. From pretty cottages and elegant detached family homes to stylish apartments, each new home has been designed to stand the test of time.

Homes built to stand the test of time need roof tiles designed for life, and for generations to come.  Crowning traditional red brick and weatherboarded walls, Lifestiles’ Woburn Reclamation Mix roof tiles provide the perfect combination of a well-established appearance and contemporary performance whilst maintaining architectural integrity.  All Lifestiles’ handmade tiles are guaranteed for 30 years and crafted to last much longer – making the Woburn Reclamation Mix the ideal choice to help transition this special setting from its past into its future.

Photography courtesy of ©Paul Eccleston, Arthouse Ltd

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