Welcome To Priory Park
Sheltered by pines and oaks, catching every moment of the sun, Priory Park is a unique and magnificent property. Set in the middle of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, its 100 acres of south facing wooded parkland enjoys panoramic views over the River Orwell estuary. Surrounded by a woodland country park, the River Orwell and rolling pastures, the Priory enjoys landscaped grounds and ponds with walks stretching to the water’s edge.
Family owned with 50 years experience and located in the centre of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Priory Park’s future is assured.
Priory Park offers the perfect opportunity to own your bolthole country retreat or the setting for you to make that lifestyle change to a slower pace in idyllic surroundings, it could be exactly what you have been searching for.
All homeowners at the Priory are welcome to enjoy the leisure facilities which help to form the relaxed atmosphere on the Park.
A Brief History
Steeped in 1000 years of history, Priory Park has been a medieval settlement, home to Augustinian monks, subjected to the whims of Cromwell, rescued by Wolsey and a hub of smugglers intrigue in the 18th century. It is said the legendary Margaret Catchpole lived and worked at the farm during the late 18th Century.
Over the past 100 years it thrived as a working farm with Alnesbourne Priory Dairy delivering milk in and around Ipswich. In the early 20th century it formed part of
a ‘Gentlemans’ private estate before finally evolving into the prime location it has become.