Prideaux House was built in 2009 as part of a
small cluster of new houses by a well-known local
developer who specialises in quality builds. The
interior is characterised by the extensive use of
oak and stone flooring, with beautifully appointed
kitchen and bathrooms, as well as details such as
plantation shutters and extensive fitted cupboards
and wardrobes, making the house most practical.
The main hall gives access to the sitting room,
cloakroom and a spectacular kitchen/dining/living
room with oak framed, floor to ceiling projection
facing south and adjoining the secluded garden.
The kitchen is luxuriously fitted and is supported by
a sizeable walk-in pantry, fully fitted and enabling
preparations to be undertaken away from visitor s
eyes when entertaining.
A staircase from the hall leads down to the lower
ground floor where there is a library/study, laundry
and a shower room. In fact, the lower ground floor
could be used as an annexe. There is a door from the
lower hall giving direct access from the garage.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms,
each with either an ensuite bathroom or shower
room. On the top floor there are another two
bedrooms served by a shower room, which can
together be used as a principal bedroom suite using
the second of the bedrooms as a dressing room.
The garden is south-facing, part-walled and has
been landscaped for ease of maintenance, seclusion
and colour; it stretches over the top of the garage in
part, and as there is no direct access to ground level,
it provides excellent security. Vehicular access is
through a paviour courtyard, shared with six other
residents leading to a parking area for at least two
cars, adjacent to which is a roller door opening