4 bed house
Market Street, Poole, BH15 1NF
Full description: Key Features: A superb Grade II listed 16th century town house set over 3 floors Packed with character features such as barrel-vaulted ceiling, sash windows & original beamed ce The spectacular lounge benefits from a large Minster style stone fireplace with a wood burner Recent...
Full description: Key Features: A superb Grade II listed 16th century town house set over 3 floors Packed with character features such as barrel-vaulted ceiling, sash windows & original beamed ce The spectacular lounge benefits from a large Minster style stone fireplace with a wood burner Recently fitted stylish pale blue kitchen with Corian worktop 3 bathrooms - all with underfloor heating Beautiful low maintenance walled garden which has been landscaped and has a sunken patio The Coach House is situated above the garage & is a self contained 1 bedroom apartment Large garage providing parking space for several vehicles & utility room Set in the heart of historic Poole in a very sought after pedestrianized cobbled street Ring Hearnes in Poole for details or viewing Tenure: Freehold Mary Tudor Cottage is a superb Grade II listed, 16th century town house, set over 3 floors plus a detached coach house annex. The main accommodation offers 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, cloakroom, a beautiful sitting room and a dining room which is open plan to the stylish fitted kitchen. Other benefits include a very large garage with utility room and a stunning self-contained annex known as The Coach House which has a separate entrance and courtyard garden. This charming Old Town home is packed full of character features such as original beamed ceilings, a listed barrel coved ceiling, Georgian staircase, stained glass window in the servant staircase, large stone open fireplace and an exposed brick wall just to mention just a few! This gorgeous property is located in the oldest part of Old Town Poole in a cobbled street just 320 metres from Poole Quay. Both Mary Tudor Cottage and The Coach House are currently used as luxury holiday let businesses generating a healthy income (details on request) A superb Grade II listed mid terrace character home - we believe was built in the mid 1500s This superb property has had £350,000 spent on renovations by the current and previous owners to restore it to its former glory in a stylish fusion with all modern conveniences Packed with character features such as barrel-vaulted ceiling, original beamed ceiling and walls in the lounge, sash windows, two separate staircases including the secret servants staircase which leads from the dining room to the 1st floor and provides the only access to the 2nd floor, exposed brick and beam walls in 2 of the bathrooms and a lovely front door with adjacent boot scrape, The spectacular lounge benefits from a large Minster style stone fireplace with a wood burner, original beamed ceiling and walls and exposed stonework Recently fitted stylish pale blue kitchen with Corian worktop, high gloss tiled heated floor and a range of appliances including NEFF slide&hide pyrolytic oven, combination microwave oven, induction hob and dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer and wine cooler. 3 bathrooms all with underfloor heating Beautiful low maintenance walled garden which has been landscaped with mature shrubs and sunken patio, ideal for alfresco dining. There is also gated rear access to a bike store and gated access to the street at the rear The Coach House is situated above the garage and is a self-contained 1 bedroom apartment with private secure video entry system; it is presented in immaculate condition throughout, offering a double bedroom with built in wardrobes, stunning lounge/dining/kitchen area which has a range of light maple units with Corian worktop, NEFF single oven, microwave oven, induction hob and dishwasher together with an integral fridge and freezer. The Coach house also benefits from tiled heated flooring throughout, separate bathroom and a private courtyard garden with brick wall surround. Large garage providing parking space for several vehicles, with remote control roller door, utility room and doors to garden and to the Coach House entrance lobby. This amazing Tudor cottage is set in the heart of historic Poole in a very sought after pedestrianised cobbled street which is only 320 metres away from Poole Quay with its range of shops, bars and restaurants. The Guildhall Tavern amongst other eateries is located in Market Street and is a French Brasserie which specializes in signature seafood dishes. Poole High Street is less than 300 metres away and Poole Train Station is less than ½ a mile with direct links to London. EPC RATE: C COUNCIL TAX BAND: TBC