5 bedroom link detached house for sale

Ostlers' Yard, Old Town Poole BH15 1JT

Sold STC £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade Two listed building dating back to the early/mid 18th Century
  • Contemporary interior with 5 double bedrooms and 3 reception rooms.
  • Large South/South West facing courtyard garden with hot and cold water and electric points
  • Rare property in Poole Old Town quarter
  • 2 magnificent bathrooms with underfloor heating
  • Garage and driveway parking(solid wood electric gate)
  • Wine cellar
  • Glow Worm hideaway FF boiler
  • Owners already agreed an onward purchase
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Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Rare, very rare. Grade Two listed building dating back to the early/mid 1700's, now meticulously contemporary as a unique 5 double bedroom, 3 storey home in Old Poole. The merchants used to stay at the Antelope and the ostlers(stablemen) in the yard behind accessed via the archway in Cinnamon Lane.

Grade 2 list entry number: 126670

House with second house added, extended, now one. Early-mid 18th century, extended late 18th century, altered mid 20th century. Header bond brickwork, tile-hung rear, with brick stacks to ends of central section, and tiled roof with stone slate verges. Single-depth plan with end extensions. 2 storeys and attic plus cellar; 1:2:2-window range. Central range is double fronted with a brick plat band, and cogged brick eaves which extend either side; a restored doorway has an eared architrave and pediment, and door with 6 raised panels, rubbed brick flat arches to 8/8-pane sashes in flush frames, and a blind window over the door. Right-hand section has similar windows and a right-hand mid 20th century brick buttress; left-hand section, rebuilt 20th century, has similar windows, and an end return bowed with a half-conical roof.

Poole was bombed extensively during the Second World War: Ostlers' yard was impacted and the rebuilding started in 1954.

The ground floor has hardwood or hardwood parquet floors throughout and comprises a cloakroom, a substantial office(or snug or children's lounge), kitchen through to dining room, and magnificent 300+ sq ft drawing room. All overlooking the large South/South West facing courtyard garden.

Below is the cellar which I am told is the perfect environment for wine storage.

The property has a garage and off road parking behind a solid wood electric gate. These are worth their weight in gold in the old town.

The first floor has 3 double bedrooms, a distinctive hardwood floor landing and 2 stunning unique bathrooms. The top floor has 2 further bedrooms, a library stairwell, and loft access. Depending on your requirements this floor would make almost a separate living space: nanny accomodation, teenager out-of-sight bolthole, guest suite.

There is style throughout the property.................

-Plantation shutters
-Live open fireplace with a cast iron fire basket on a marble hearth
-Shaker style hand painted kitchen units
-Granite work surfaces
-Cook's sink adjacent to the range
-Exposed former fireplace to first floor landing
-The ensuite to the master bedroom is over 150 sq ft and has Travertine ceramic floor tiles with floor inset spotlights, 2 metre wide obscured glass wall divider to the wet room shower area with Porcelanosa bubble design ceramic tiled walls
-In the family bathroom, there is a roll top cast iron bath with wall mounted filler spout. There is a curved archway to an original high level flush water closet by Tweed. This is adjacent to to a further curve archway with character rainfall shower and privacy screen
-Electric underfloor heating to both bathrooms and the nursery(bedroom 3)
-Grey polycarbonate non slip deck board to the courtyard
-Hot and cold water in the external courtyard
-Electric points in the courtyard

In the old town Poole quarter, it is like living in a village within a town. The vendors say it is a different world past the pedestrian crossing. It is a mix of quiet cobbled streets, and an always interesting stroll to the bustle of Poole Quay where you can see anything from fishing boats coming back in to sleek Sunseeker yachts, whose home is Poole. You will always find something different here: fireworks evenings to biker evenings, cockles on the quay to traditional pubs to evenings out at the Guildhall Tavern or Sunday lunch buffet at the Hotel Du Vin. And for home cooking, a visit to Greenslades fresh fish market shop on the other side of the bridge will not disappoint.

Of course in town, everything is convenient: doctors, dentists and Sainsburys supermarket all within walking distance. For work out of the area, Poole railway station is less than 10 minutes walk. By car you get quickly access the A31 with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. Bournemouth International Airport is the fastest growing in the UK. And Poole bus station is a National Express link. And from Poole Quay there are ferries to France and the Channel Islands.

For schooling, the local choice is excellent. At primary level, there is the Old Town Infants, the Twin Sails infants and Longfleet CofE. At secondary level, there is St Edwards, Parkstone Grammar, Magna Acadamy. All of these are Ofsted rated good or outstanding. The private schools of Yarrells, Dumpton, Castle Court Canford, Bryanston and Clayesmore all run minibus services from Poole.

Commercially Poole is a growing area, enhanced by the new Twin Sails bridge and the Poole/Bournemouth conurbation is a significant employer in the South of England with the headquarters of LV, JP Morgan, Barclays International, RNLI, Sunseeker Marine, Lush and Merlin Entertainments.

You are on the edge of Poole Harbour, which is the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world, and haven to boats of all sizes. There are of course many marinas, yacht clubs, and slipways and even if the water is not for you, it remains a spectacular sight to watch the kitefsurfers and windsurfers in this UK hub for the sports. There is also a large cycling community with a favourite trip being to take the Sandbanks chain ferry to explore the Purbeck Hills. Dorset's Jurassic Coast is a key destination for walkers. And locally Parkstone Golf Club is in the top 100 in the UK.

The owners are leaving after 17 years here, but leave behind for the new owners a portfolio of support for the property: Plumber, painter, electrician, gardener, odd job man, cleaner. Even a babysitter if needed.

Sometimes, some properties leave you in awe.

This home includes:
  • Entrance Hall

    5.61m x 2.04m (11.4 sqm) - 18' 4" x 6' 8" (123 sqft)

    The entrance hall has a strip hardwood floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling. Georgian style wood framed pane window with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters. Wall light, theromstatic radiator and smoke alarm. There is a door under the staircase accessing a small landing and staircase into the cellar.

  • Drawing Room

    5.71m x 4.86m (27.7 sqm) - 18' 8" x 15' 11" (298 sqft)

    The living room has a parquet floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Georgian style wood framed double glazed pane french doors on the garden decking and 3 sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters to the front 2 sets. Open feature fireplace and mantle and 3 thermostatic radiators.

  • Dining Room

    3.45m x 2.57m (8.8 sqm) - 11' 3" x 8' 5" (95 sqft)

    The dining room has a parquet floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with ceiling and wall lights. Georgian style wood framed double glazed pane french doors on the garden decking. There is a thermostatic radiator and digital heating thermostat control. Sliding obscure glass pane door into the living room.

  • Kitchen

    4.55m x 3.7m (16.8 sqm) - 14' 11" x 12' 1" (181 sqft)

    The kitchen has a strip hardwood floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Georgian style wood framed pane window with secondary glazing looking into the garden. Off white kitchen units with granite worktops and breakfast bar, Frankie stainless steel sink, 5 burner gas range cooker with adjacent Franke stainless steel cook's sink and stainless steel splash back and extractor hood, Smeg dishwasher, Fisher & Paykal fridge/freezer. Water softener.

  • Study

    4.75m x 2.6m (12.3 sqm) - 15' 7" x 8' 6" (132 sqft)

    The curved wall study has a strip hardwood floor, painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Georgian style wood framed pane window with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters. Thermostatic radiator.

  • WC

    2.52m x 1.1m (2.7 sqm) - 8' 3" x 3' 7" (29 sqft)

    The downstairs WC has a tiled floor and walls and painted plaster ceiling with inset spotlights. Georgian style wood framed pane obscure window with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters. There is a tiled side unit to match the walls and floor, toilet with hidden cistern toilet and washbasin with lighted mirror above. Chrome towel radiator.

  • Landing

    7.9m x 3m (23.7 sqm) - 25' 11" x 9' 10" (255 sqft)

    The stairs to the first floor landing are carpeted. The landing to the first floor has a strip hardwood floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling. Two sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters. White painted wood banisters and handrails. Iflo digital heating thermostat and a thermostatic radiator. Smoke alarm.

  • Master Bedroom with Ensuite

    4.76m x 4.09m (19.5 sqm) - 15' 7" x 13' 5" (210 sqft)

    Bedroom 1 is a double bedroom with a strip hardwood floor and papered walls, plaster ceiling and both ceiling and wall lights. Three sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing. Fitted 3 door Lamco design wardrobes and 3 thermostatic radiators.

  • Ensuite Shower Room

    5.19m x 2.77m (14.3 sqm) - 17' x 9' 1" (154 sqft)

    Wood cladding to the lower half of the walls and spotlights to the ceiling. Georgian style wood framed pane obscure window with secondary glazing and white painted wood shutters. The walk in shower has a frosted glass divide and pebble mosaic tiled wall. The shower has a drench shower head, flexible shower head and 6 pressure side jets. There is a floating washbasin, toilet, glass top side unit, 2 chrome towel radiators and an extractor fan. Electric underfloor heating.

  • Bedroom 2

    5.14m x 3.2m (16.4 sqm) - 16' 10" x 10' 5" (177 sqft)

    Bedroom 2 is a double bedroom with a strip hardwood floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling. Two sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing and 2 thermostatic radiators.

  • Bedroom 3

    3.86m x 2.39m (9.2 sqm) - 12' 7" x 7' 10" (99 sqft)

    Bedroom 3 is a double bedroom with a decorative vinyl tiled floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling. Georgian style wood framed pane window with secondary glazing and black out roller blind. Enclosed thermostatic radiator. Electric underfloor heating.

  • Bathroom

    3.5m x 2.34m (8.1 sqm) - 11' 5" x 7' 8" (88 sqft)

    The family bathroom has a tiled floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with painted wood cladding to the lower half of the walls and inset spotlights to the ceiling. Georgian style wood framed pane obscure window with secondary glazing. Side fill cast iron bathtub with tiled splashback and ledge under the window. Tiled shower enclosure, washbasin and Sharcote toilet. 2 chrome towel radiators and an extractor fan. Electric underfloor heating.

  • Landing

    3.62m x 3.28m (11.8 sqm) - 11' 10" x 10' 9" (127 sqft)

    The stairs to the second floor landing are carpeted. The landing to the second floor has a wood effect laminate floor and painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Two sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing . White painted wood banisters and varnished handrails. Airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder. Smoke alarm and hatch into the loft space.

  • Bedroom 4

    5.53m x 3.27m (18 sqm) - 18' 1" x 10' 8" (194 sqft)

    Bedroom 4 is a double bedroom with a fitted carpets and painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Two sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing and fitted venetian blinds and 2 radiators. access into the loft space and eaves.

  • Bedroom 5

    4m x 3.27m (13 sqm) - 13' 1" x 10' 8" (140 sqft)

    Bedroom 5 is a double bedroom with a fitted carpets and painted plaster walls and ceiling with inset spotlights. Two sets of Georgian style wood framed pane windows with secondary glazing and fitted black out roller blinds and a radiator. Fitted sliding door wardrobes and shelving and a washbasin with tiled splashback.

  • Cellar

    5m x 3.5m (17.5 sqm) - 16' 4" x 11' 5" (188 sqft)

    There is a door under the staircase accessing a small landing and staircase into the cellar. The cellar has a painted concrete floor, Glow worm Hideaway FF boiler, consumer unit and power and plumbing for appliances.

  • Courtyard

    The rear garden has a grey polycarbonate non slip deck board by TMG Hampton decking mature planted borders. The decking and borders have feature lighting. The garden also has a storage shed with light inside. There are a number of a electric points throughout the rear garden which are used for garden heaters and lamps. There is also hot and cold water points in the garden including adjacent to the BBQ.

  • Driveway

    The driveway for the property is to the rear of the garden with solid wood electric remote gated access from the road. Space for a large car.

  • Garage (Single)

    There is a single garage unit to the side of the property with a white metal up and over door.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax Band E : £1855.15 per year

  • Virgin Media TV and Broadband available

  • Council Tax:

    Band E
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17 April 2016

Nearest stations

  • Poole (0.4 mi)
  • Hamworthy (1.6 mi)
  • Parkstone (1.8 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Poole (0.4 mi)
  • Hamworthy (1.6 mi)
  • Parkstone (1.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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