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Enviable town and country location
Exceptional transport links
Well-regarded schools nearby
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10 year builders’ warranty
Offering the perfect environment for living and working. This ancient maritime town is well known for its beach, promenade, harbour and colourful beach huts. It’s also a major yachting centre with the waterside always bustling with activity. There are two sailing clubs as well as an annual regatta and boat show. All the facilities you need are available in town with a range of schools for all age groups, local shops including a butcher, baker, supermarket and independent boutiques and grocers.
There are so many benefits of buying a newly built home over an older property, it’s an easy decision to make. Everything is new, clean, compliant with the latest standards, and built to last. The list is long, here are just a few examples:
HBF 5-star builder 2023
We take pride in what we do, so you can take pride in where you live.
Our philosophy of doing things the right way and not the easy way can be seen in every home we build. We care deeply about the impact of our work and the legacy we leave – creating homes and communities defined by craft, care and social responsibility. Homes that people trust and aspire to, for this generation and the next.
At Hopkins Homes, we have a responsibility and an opportunity to make our homes more sustainable. The good news is, new build homes are more energy efficient, reducing carbon emissions and saving you money. The latest ‘Watt a Save’ report by the Home Builders Federation has shown that owners of new build homes can save up to 55%* on their annual energy bills.
All of our homes have a minimum EPC rating of B, which compares to just 4% of existing UK homes and our goal is to only get better.
We want to build better, towards a greener future.
* Data source: ‘Watt a save’ report (July 2023), the Home Builders Federation. According to HBF analysis of EPC data, based on the April 2023 EPG increase.
Brightlingsea is a vibrant and friendly Essex coastal town offering the perfect environment for living and working. This ancient maritime town is well known for its beach, promenade, harbour and colourful beach huts. It’s also a major yachting centre with the waterside always bustling with activity. There are two sailing clubs as well as an annual regatta and boat show.
All the facilities you need are available in town with a range of schools for all age groups, local shops including a butcher, baker, supermarket and independent boutiques and grocers. Sport and leisure activities are in abundance, in addition to all the marine based pursuits there are thriving clubs for rugby, cricket and bowls as well as an open-air swimming pool. The sports centre offers squash and tennis, all weather sports pitches and a wide variety of classes.
Within the town you will discover a variety of traditional pubs, takeaways, an award-winning fish and chip shop and relaxing coffee shops. Brightlingsea has something for everyone regardless of age and interests and all within an area known for its outstanding natural beauty. Just a few miles away are the picturesque villages of St Osyth, Great Bentley and Elmstead Market with Frinton-on-Sea and Walton just along the coast, perfect for an afternoon out.
The major centres of Colchester and Clacton-on-Sea are just a short distance from Brightlingsea by car and the nearest stations are ten minutes away at either Alresford or Great Bentley. From Colchester, you can reach London Liverpool Street in as little as 50 minutes. Meanwhile, there are frequent buses running between Brightlingsea and Colchester.
For further information please contact a Sales Consultant:01206 489004 [email protected]
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Colne Meadow, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0ST
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