Priors House is an attached townhouse, parts of which are believed to date back to the 15th Century although most of the property today dates from the 17th and 18th Centuries and the house is Listed Grade II*. The house has natural stone elevations under a tiled roof with windows a mix of designs including double hung sash casements. The accommodation has a south westerly aspect overlooking its garden. The house has features associated with houses of this age including a stone fireplace in the sitting room, window seats, deep window cills, ceiling beams and panelled doors. There is a spacious reception hall with stairs rising to the fist floor and a ground floor cloakroom with WC. The sitting room is an elegant room, with a stone fireplace surround and inset wood burning stove. To either side of the fireplace are attractive display recesses with shaped shelving and at one end is a bookcase with shelving and cupboards under. The kitchen is well fitted with a good range of cupboards and drawers and this room opens to the dining room which has French casements to the garden. On the first floor are four bedrooms and a good sized bathroom, all of which overlook the garden and beyond to the church and rooftops of the town as well as the countryside beyond. Bedroom 1 has a range of fitted wardrobes and Bedroom 2 has painted panelling up to dado height. Priors House has the benefit of gas fired central heating throughout.
Priors House is approached through a covered way via a private roadway shared with several other residential properties. The garden lies to the front of the house and comprises lawn, a flagstone pathway and terrace, trees and shrubs and the garden is enclosed by an established hedge. There is a small parking area adjacent to which stands a former outbuilding now comprising a single garage and a useful utility room with water and electricity connected. On the other side of the private roadway is a double garage with sliding door, and the left hand side of this garage belongs to Priors House