About 10 The Priory
Entrance via main building and private front door into:-
Hallway:With airing cupboard, door to kitchen, double panel glazed doors to Sitting room.
Kitchen: 4.05m x 2.86m (13’3” x 9’4”) A well proportioned kitchen comprising; range of pine eye and base level units to one wall with complementary worktops, with a further double door built-in cupboard. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, tiled splash backs. Above the sink is a tall sash window to the front aspect. Built-in electric oven and microwave, four ring electric hob with extractor over, integrated fridge, space for washing machine. Wall mounted electric heater. There is space for a table and chairs and further appliances. Vinyl flooring.
Sitting Room: 4.60m x 3.50m (15’10” x 11’5”)With a rear aspect sash window with a very view overlooking the gardens and grounds, a glazed French door opens onto a small patio area with direct access to the gardens. White wooden fire surround with marble back and hearth, wall lights, TV/FM & telephone points, built-in storage cupboard and wall mounted electric heater make this a cosy room.
Bedroom: 3.47m x 3.23m (11’4” x 10’6”) (With En-Suite Facilities).A unique bedroom with retaining original character with two deep set arched recesses that form part of the original design. A large panel glazed sash window to the front aspect, TV and telephone points, and a deep recessed arch housing shower facilities with a wall mounted seat. Next door is a separate room with low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail, shaver point and light.
OutsidePatio area.Extensive communal gardens with an array of mature trees, shrubs and plants with stunning far reaching views, seated areas for the residents, croquet lawn, allotments and green houses with raised beds are also on site for residents who like to garden.
Set in five acres of gardens and grounds with stunning views of the surrounding countryside, a hidden gem, The Priory has 43 cottages and apartments centred around a magnificent listed Victorian Priory which has extensive leisure and social facilities. The Priory is akin to buying a slice of English heritage as the main Abbotsleigh House dates back to 1848.
Parking:Allocated parking space near the main entrance.