Southend properties worth more than £1 million for sale | Echo

2022-07-30 06:19:08 By : Ms. Saral Wang

SOUTHEND is blessed with some beautiful properties in the city.

Here we look through three stunning homes worth more than £1 million in Southend.

1. £1.55 million, six-bedroom house, in Parkanaur Avenue, Southend:

This is a stunning £1.5 million home for sale, which is just a short stroll to the seafront.

It has three floors, six bedrooms, and four bathrooms, as well as an entrance hall, with a secluded garden.

The kitchen is open plan, with area of exposed brick to the wall. There is a centre island with wooden work tops, and granite work surfaces too.

The master bedroom has double glazed sliding doors leading onto the balcony, as well as a walk-in wardrobe with ample space for clothes.

Outside the property is a large rear garden, with a large summer house under construction.

To view the property or to find out more, visit

Photos: Permission grated by Home Estate Agents / Rightmove.

2. £1.95 million, five-bedroom house, in Thorpe Bay Gardens:

This is a beautiful £1.9 million home for sale, which is located along the seafront in Thorpe Bay, and includes “exceptional views across the Thames estuary”.

It has three floors, with five bedrooms, five-bathrooms and four reception rooms, including three balconies.

The property has a modern but also a luxury style.

The kitchen has unique red gloss units that have LED concealed lighting, as well as a white sink unit with mixer taps.

The master bedroom includes bi-folding doors leading to a balcony with stunning estuary views as well as a walk-in wardrobe with underfloor heating throughout.

An en-suite bathroom includes a jacuzzi bath with mixer taps and uplighters.

Outside, there is also a summerhouse, which can also be used as a gym.

To view the full property, visit

Photos: Permission granted by Dedman Gray / Rightmove.

3. £2.4 million, seven-bedroom house, in Thorpe Bay Gardens:

This is an incredible £2.4 million home for sale in Thorpe Bay, which is located in Thorpe Bay Gardens, with superb estuary views along the Kent coastline.

This two-floored beautiful home has seven exceptional bedrooms, two bathrooms, an indoor swimming pool as well as a private balcony in the master bedroom.

Inside has so much potential with three reception rooms, a good size fitted kitchen and a large lounge with sea views.

The kitchen itself has a double-glazed Georgian window to rear overlooking the garden, with a built in five ring gas hobs with extractor fan above, and a built-in oven.

Inside the master bedroom is a door giving access to a balcony; there is also an en-suite with a semi sunken bath with gold effect mixer taps, as well as a walk-in double shower.

The indoor swimming pool is 5.21m x 9.93m and has access to a shower room.

Outside is a good sized secluded rear garden mainly laid to lawn, mature trees and shrubs as well as a summerhouse too.

To view the property or to find out more, visit

Photos: Permission grated by Dedman Gray Estate Agents / Rightmove.

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