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McCarthy & Stone - Victoria Gardens, CO13

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Plot of the week

Plot 1 - The Louise - £274,950 - A beautiful two bedroom spacious apartment, with a joint 20'1" x 10'9" living/dining room. There is also under floor heating throughout to give you that extra cosy feel. Move in before Christmas and get curtains and lighting included as well as your stamp duty paid. If all of the above still isn't enough, in January when you reserve we will also provide a choice of Stamp duty paid or curtains and lighting or service charge holiday for 2 years if you complete on or before 28th February 2017.

These spacious and stylish apartments will all have two bedrooms which will feature an en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe (excluding plot 14 which features a fitted wardrobe). Each kitchen will be fitted with an integrated fridge/freezer, mid height oven, ceramic hob, integrated microwave oven and a slimline dishwasher. We also include underfloor heating and a washer/dryer in the airing cupboard. There are additional storage facilities available on-site (subject to availability) instead of a guest suite.

Ideal for those seeking retirement apartments in a coastal location, our stunning development is situated just a stone’s throw from the prestigious seafront of Frinton and is close to several towns including Brightlingsea and Walton-on-the-Naze.

Key dates for your diary

Apartments are now available to purchase.

Local area

Frinton is famous for its old railway crossing gates which were recently replaced by their contemporary, electronic counterparts. Living within the gates is reputedly more desirable - which is where you’ll find our Hadleigh Road development!

A short walk from the seafront and within easy reach of the town centre’s independent shops and railway station, this development is ideally situated to enjoy all that the town has to offer its residents.

Frinton’s sandy beach is patrolled by wardens in high season and provides plenty of opportunity for swimming, sailing and windsurfing. A popular and long area of grassland backs onto the beach and stretches in length to meet the boundary with Walton-on-the-Naze.

The seafront itself is reminiscent of the town’s former status as a seaside retreat for royalty and the aristocracy with its swathe of Victorian style beach huts.

What's in a name?

McCarthy & Stone are proud to work with local communities and to give consideration to the history of a location. Frinton, with its stunning vista, was a very popular destination for the Victorians seeking the health benefits of a seaside location rather than staying in the hot, crowded and dirty surroundings of London at that time. It is little wonder that Frinton was popular, being within easy reach from London even using more difficult means of transport from those times. The wonderful views down the sea from the green cliff tops, make it easy to see why this town was high on the list for summer visitors and was also chosen as a summer destination by the royal family of the time. The charm and beauty of Frinton continues to make this a destination to come home to.

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Our Show Complex is now closed.


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