Located in the village of Pirton, North Hertfordshire, and benefitting from an impressive position with sweeping views and access to 6 acres of parkland, Pryors is an exclusive selection of 16 residences for sale.
Offering a range of detached and semi-detached three, four and five-bedroom homes, these properties display a variety of external finishes including a mixture of brick, render and timber cladding, creating a varied collection with traditional architectural features complemented by Spitfire’s signature specification. Internally these homes are carefully laid out to create flexible accommodation suitable for modern living.
- Benefits from a Six-Acre Conservation Area of Parkland
- Individually Designed with a Range of the Finest Materials
- Exceptional Interior Specification Throughout
- Picturesque Rural Village Location
Character Rich Exteriors
At Pryors, each home has been individually designed using an eclectic range of architectural techniques and premium materials, culminating to present a collection of properties perfectly suited to their rural setting.
A Lifestyle without Compromise
Homes at Pryors showcase considered layouts designed to streamline and enhance modern lifestyles. Open plan kitchen, dining and family areas offer ample social space whilst more formal living rooms offer an idyllic retreat at the end of a long day.
Relax, Reflect and Unwind
Pryors enjoys a stunning rural location, encompassing a six-acre conservation area of parkland. This generous open space affords beautiful countryside views and a place for exercise, dog walking and spending time outdoors, all on your doorstep.
A Tailored Specification
Spitfire’s Signature Specification, a blend of bespoke detailing, quality finishes and premier brand names, is present throughout Pryors and includes desirable features such as bespoke staircases, oversized front doors, underfloor heating and electric car charging points to garages.
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