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Priory House is built of brick with Wisteria clad elevations and sits well within its oasis of a garden, being protected on all quarters by established trees and hedges. Built around 1530 on the foundations of what is believed to have been the original C13th Priory, the quality and character of the house is evident, with original brick barrel chimneys spiralling up from the tiled roof. Continue through the oak door into the entrance hall from where all the reception rooms lead. From an entertainment point of view the ground floor accommodation, flows well with the principal reception rooms having glorious south westerly views over the sunken rose beds, lawns, arbour and gardens beyond. Maintained by the current owners during their fifty year tenure, Priory House has a wealth of architectural detail from the three quarter panelled drawing room with glass fronted bookcases either side of the fireplace to the beamed dining room with William Morris panels.
Priory house is privately set in its own grounds on the north west of Stanmore, a popular village in the London Borough of Harrow. Stanmore offers a variety of shops (Sainsbury's and Lidl) and an abundance of restaurants and public houses. The picturesque village of Pinner is within an easy drive as is both Hatch End and Bushey Heath, which all offer a good selection of shops and quality restaurants. Communications from Stanmore are excellent with mainline railway station (services to Euston) and (underground tube trains on the Jubilee line to Baker Street).The M1 motorway at junction 4 is about three miles and connects with the M25 and the main motorway network. Heathrow Airport is within 15 miles. The area is renowned for excellent schooling, both state and private with North London Collegiate and Stanmore College being two examples. Various social and sporting pursuits are catered for locally, including a number of golf courses as well as excellent riding and walking in the surrounding countryside.
Priory House is approached from Clamp Hill over its own long driveway which meanders past the pony paddock and through the gardens terminating in a large parking sweep to the front of the house. Mulberry Cottage; a neighbour has access over part of the driveway). The gardens and grounds are one of the property's greatest assets having been lovingly stocked and tended over many decades. Pathways lead you on a voyage of discovery past deep herbaceous borders overflowing with shrubs, perennial plants and spring bulbs. The main area of lawn sweeps away from the front of the house where the planting bears testimony to the commitment and passion that has created a delightful country garden. A mature Cedar of Lebanon adjoins the parking sweep and the main flower beds are edged with lavender and box. Priory House has private access to Bentley Priory Nature Reserve.
Beautiful period property built circa 1530
approx 8647 sq ft
6 reception rooms
set in approx 3.3 acres
mature grounds with pony paddock and outbuildings
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