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Wolsey Park
Rayleigh, Essex

Wolsey Park offers a traditional collection of stylish 2-5 bedroom houses in the outskirts of Rayleigh.

On the western fringe of the market town of Rayleigh, Wolsey Park is an exceptional new community that residents will be proud to call home. New green open spaces and parkland provide the perfect setting for new homes with areas for sport and recreation. The gently undulating landscape provides sweeping views to the Essex countryside beyond.

This welcoming neighbourhood has its own unique character and provides residents with an attractive landscape environment with opportunities for outdoor recreation. Living here you are conveniently placed for all of Rayleigh’s amenities including the mainline train station that makes commuting a breeze.

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Available Homes

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Parkland homes set within acres of green open space
We have 13 homes available
Home Name Type Bedrooms Price Tenure
First time buyer? No stamp duty to pay! Plus we'll pay your legal fees*
201 The Stonechat Semi-detached house 2 £374,995 Freehold View
First time buyer? No stamp duty to pay! Plus we'll pay your legal fees*
231 The Stonechat Terraced house 2 £379,995 Freehold View
First time buyer? No stamp duty to pay! Plus we'll pay your legal fees*
230 The Stonechat End-terraced house 2 £384,995 Freehold View
202 The Laurel Semi-detached house 3 £434,995 Freehold View
204 The Skylark Detached house 3 £499,995 Freehold View
200 The Roseate Detached house 3 £499,995 Freehold View

Mortgage Calculator

Our calculator provides a guide for how much your monthly mortgage repayments could cost*.

This calculator takes into account that there is no Stamp Duty to pay on the purchase of a main property costing up to £250,000 (or £425,000 for first-time buyers). The £425,000 first-time buyer stamp duty threshold does not apply if the property you are buying costs more than £625,000 - if it does, you'll pay the normal rate of stamp duty. Read more about Stamp Duty here.

Countryside Partnerships does not provide mortgage advice, but our sales consultants will happily point you in the direction of an independent mortgage advisor who can help find the best deal for you.

Property Ownership Explained

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Greener by Design

    Did you know our homes are 27% more energy efficient than the national average* and 56% more energy efficient when compared to a Victorian property? It's thanks to A-rated boilers, low energy LED lighting, smart thermostats and installing appliances with high efficiency ratings.

    We take steps during the design and build process to ensure that you'll be getting a greener, more energy efficient home in a thriving development that benefits both the environment and your bank account.

    Wolsey Park show home

    With energy costs on the rise there’s no better time to buy a home where energy saving features are included as standard.

    According to the Home Builders Federation, on average, owners of a new build property save just over £2,000* on household bills each year, with the average annual running costs for a new build totalling £1,500 compared to an average of £3,570 for older properties. Those that buy a new build house specifically see even greater annual savings of £2,600.

    *refers to an average for all types of new build properties

    Wolsey Park show home

    It might not seem like a big deal, but unlike older properties, our homes come with high efficiency double glazing as standard, letting plenty of light and warmth in while minimising heat loss.

    Plus additional roof insulation, increased wall thickness are among the other unseen features included with our homes that will help reduce the costs of keeping your home warm in the winter months, while also keeping you cool in the summer.

    Wolsey Park bathroom

    Our kitchens and bathrooms incorporate water saving measures, but that doesn't mean you'll be compromising on style or functionality.

    These features mean our homes use 20% less water than the UK average, with clear cost savings for our homeowners*. Our taps and showers use aerated technology to provide the feeling of a strong flow, whilst using less water. Plus, our dual low flush toilets use the minimum amount of water to ensure less waste.

Local Area
  • Rayleigh train station
    Rayleigh station, two miles from Wolsey Park, is on the mainline between London Liverpool Street and Southend Victoria. Services run every ten minutes during rush hour with a journey time of around 45 minutes into Central London. Trains between Rayleigh and Southend Victoria run approximately every 20 minutes with an average journey time of 20 minutes. Wolsey Park is conveniently positioned close to key roads the A127 and A130 connecting you with other towns and the motorway network. For international travel, Southend airport is just seven miles away and Stansted airport around 30 miles.
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  • Rayleigh high street
    With its historic high street, Rayleigh has everything to meet your day-to-day needs. The town centre offers a great mix of independent shops, groceries, restaurants, cafes and pubs. Its thriving weekly market has been running for over 800 years offering fresh produce, homewares and many other items. For a wider choice of high street stores, shoppers can visit Basildon’s Eastgate shopping centre just seven miles away or for more extensive retail therapy, Lakeside in Grays is less than half an hour away, and so is Chelmsford’s shopping centre and retail parks.
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  • Rayleigh school
    Families are drawn to Rayleigh for its excellent range of education options including seven primary schools and two secondary schools. Just over a mile on foot from Wolsey Park, Sweyne Park School is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, while Good rated primary schools including Down Hall and St Nicholas C of E school are also within walking distance. Further education is also on offer close by with a campus of the University of Essex in Southend, Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, as well as South Essex College based in Southend-on-Sea.
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  • Rayleigh local area
    Local Area
    Sweyne Park offers 57 acres of meadows, lakes and parkland and is a haven for walkers and wildlife. Rayleigh Windmill is a local heritage landmark and next to it, Rayleigh Mount is the site of a medieval castle, now a green oasis to explore. Golfers can practice their swing at the Rayleigh Club golf resort, which has two 18-hole courses as well as nine-hole course built for the club’s Academy. You can enjoy the nearby Essex coastline with a visit to Leigh-On-Sea or Shoeburyness, or seek out some good old-fashioned seaside fun in Southend-on-Sea, which boasts the longest pleasure pier in the world.
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Key for Local Area

  • Rayleigh train station
    1.2 miles
  • St Nicholas C of E Primary School
    0.3 miles
    Rayleigh Primary School
    1.5 miles
    FitzWimarc School
    1.4 miles
    Edward Francis Primary School
    1.3 miles
    Grove Wood Primary School
    2.3 miles
    Down Hall Primary School
    0.8 miles
    The Sweyne Park School
    0.8 miles
  • Prezzo Italian
    1.5 miles
    The Carpernters Arms
    1.0 miles
  • Rayleigh Golf Club
    0.8 miles
    Rayleigh Cricket Club
    0.5 miles
Development Map
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Wolsey Park - Geoff Saville case study
Case Study

Retired teacher becomes the 50th resident at Countryside’s Wolsey Park development, after discovering his dream home in Essex

Having lived on the outskirts of Essex his entire life, recently retired Geoff Saville, decided he wanted to move further into the Essex countryside to enjoy a more rural lifestyle. Having researched a number of housebuilders, the former special needs teacher set his heart on a Countryside property. Beginning his search in 2020, Geoff discovered Countryside’s traditionally- styled collection of houses at Wolsey Park in Rayleigh, and went on to become the 50th resident to move in at the popular development in Essex.

Nearby Developments

  • St Luke's Park street scene 1920
    St Luke's Park
    3 miles away
    4-5 bedroom homes set within an existing parkland landscape

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