An imposing Grade II Tudor Hall. Having undergone extensive renovation and sympathetically updated in keeping with the character of the period.
Master bedroom with dedicated bathroom
5 Further bedrooms
Detached block with garage, cart lodge and barn/Gym space
4.5 acres of Formal Gardens, Junior Football pitch & Paddock
Dating from the late 15th and early 16th centuries, Priors Hall is a black and white timber framed family home with distinctive decorated render offering flexible accommodation. The property features a wealth of retained character features including some exposed wall and ceiling beams, leaded glazing and open fires with some original stone fire surrounds.
The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming parquet-floored entrance hall and briefly comprises a generous front aspect drawing room with feature fireplace and a large sitting room with feature fireplace. There is a spacious front aspect family room with feature fireplace, a well-proportioned dual aspect dining room and an extensive dual aspect cinema room with feature fireplace. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a large kitchen/breakfast room with a neighbouring shower room and a store/boiler room with garden access. The kitchen provides a range of bespoke wall and floor units with a large central island and breakfast bar, a Belfast sink and range cooker while the breakfast room has a window seat and space for a sizeable table for more informal dining.
On the first floor the property provides a spacious dual aspect master bedroom with a dedicated neighbouring bathroom with wooden floor and freestanding bath, five further well-proportioned bedrooms and a large family bathroom with freestanding bath.
The property is approached over a sweeping gravelled driveway bordered on each side by expanses of parkland and giving access to a detached block currently comprising a garage, cart lodge and barn - currently used as a Gym space but suitable for a variety of uses or for conversion to additional self-contained accommodation (Subject to planning). To the front aspect, the formal garden is laid mainly to level lawn with a wide paved pedestrian path to the front door. The remaining formal gardens are laid mainly to lawn bordered by mature shrubs and trees and feature large terraces, ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining, the whole enjoying views over the estate parkland.