Development details

Search Show navigation menu

Priory Lodge

£282,950 - £359,950
1 and 2 bedroom apartments
Stony Lane South, Christchurch, Dorset

View Brochure 0845 474 4614

Calls cost 5p/min minimum

Make an Enquiry Arrange Viewing

Do you want to see site plans, house types and floorplans?

You can see all of this and much more by viewing the online brochure. Simply complete the short form below and the brochure will be available on this page.

We won't share your information with any third parties. By creating an account you confirm that you agree to our website terms and conditions and the use of your information as detailed in our privacy policy.

Brochure request

More information about Priory Lodge...

This beautiful retirement development of 44 one and two bedroom retirement apartments is located in the pretty market town of Christchurch. The Welcome Centre is now open!

Priory Lodge is well located for the town centre shops and amenities, which include a number of High Street shops, alongside independent boutiques, home interior shops and art galleries. There are also a number of res restaurants, coffee shops and tea-rooms, many of which specialise in serving local produce. A weekly traditional market is held every Monday in the High Street and Saxon Square and the town is also renowned for the Christchurch Food & Wine Festival which takes place in May every year.

The town is also home to the Regent Centre, a 450 seat cinema, theatre, concert hall and art gallery showing the latest film releases, touring theatre, jazz, big band, ballet, opera and amateur stage productions.

Situated in the historic Priory Quarter, Christchurch Priory was given to the town for use as a parish church by Henry V111 after the dissolution in 1540 and is the longest parish church in England. The Priory holds regular services and events and is a popular venue for concerts. Close to the Priory Church are the Red House Museum and Gardens, the Convent Walk and the ruins of the Norman Hall and Christchurch Castle.

Christchurch enjoys a unique location at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon and on the shores of its own large natural harbour. The Green Flag award-winning Christchurch Quay is home to Place Mill, a restored watermill and art gallery. During the summer, the Victorian bandstand holds concerts of brass, orchestral and light music and there is a vintage ferry service to Mudeford Sandbank and Tuckton.

For those who enjoy sporting pursuits, Two Riversmeet Leisure Centre has facilities which include two swimming pools, a fitness suite and 9-hole golf course, Christchurch Bowling Club play on the green adjacent to the castle ruins and the harbour is home to three sailing clubs.

Christchurch is ideally placed for exploring the nearby coast and countryside including Highcliffe Castle, a Grade 1 listed cliff-top mansion with tea rooms; the attractive fishing village of Mudeford offering beautiful coastal walks, beaches and harbour; the New Forest National Park and the nearby town of Bournemouth with its beautiful sandy beaches, Victorian gardens and extensive shopping facilities.