Delightful Grade II listed cottage in a central location with planning permission to extend.
Priory Lodge is a Grade II listed house, understood to have been built in the early 1800's, was once the gate house for the neighbouring Tudor manor, The Priory.
Priory Lodge is a pretty red brick house with a symmetrical façade, decorative bay windows, gothic arch windows and a centrally located front door with an open porch.
The accommodation throughout is bright and well presented with the ground floor comprising a sitting room and dining room, both with feature fireplaces fitted with a log burner. The sitting room has a set of French doors at one end, providing access out to the garden and allowing good natural light into the room. The kitchen has been recently fitted with smart cabinetry and range oven and the sink enjoys a view out to the garden. Tucked neatly off the kitchen is a cloak room.
The first floor accommodates three bedrooms, two with decorative fireplaces, all served by a family bathroom with separate shower.
There is planning permission for an extension, to create more space off the kitchen for a utility room and shower room, and a further bedroom upstairs.
Priory Cottage has a gravel driveway with space for parking several cars. Accessible via a side gate and from the sitting room French doors is a wonderful, is a mature part walled garden. There is an area of terrace and level lawn with a mature laurel and selection of trees. There is also a brick garden store.
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Detached character with a driveway, just a short stroll from Odiham High StreetLaura Read