The Old Mint House
21 Park Street, Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 6DQ
£1,250,000Offers in excess of
- Grade II listed Properties
- Principal four bedroom house
- Detached thee bedroom barn conversion
- Double garage
- Commercial office (income of £21,600 p.a.)
- 0.42 acre plot
- Town centre location
A Grade II listed 17th century four bedroom former 'Mint House' with detached converted stone barn totalling in excess of 7,300 sq. ft. currently split into a three double bedroom barn conversion/annexe, workshop and architect's premises (generating circa £22,000 pa) and double garage.
The Old Mint House and The Old Barn stand at opposite ends of a 0.42 acre plot providing privacy for both properties with a shared electric gated vehicular access to the rear and is in a central town location. The Old Mint House extends to in excess of 2,800 sq. ft. with accommodation comprising a sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, scullery, and cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room/dressing room and there are three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The Old Barn comprises both residential and commercial uses with the residential element extending to almost 2,300 sq. ft. and comprising three en suite double bedrooms (one on the ground floor with an en suite wet room), a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting/dining room, utility room, cloakroom and landing/study area.
The Old Mint House
The property has much character with period features including an inglenook fireplace, exposed beams and stonework and studwork. These are combined with modern quality finishes like the bespoke fitted kitchen with island, granite work surfaces, an electric Aga with total control facility and integrated appliances.
The gardens are in two parts and are separated by a high brick and stone wall with a Grade II listed pillared opening to the rear garden, garaging and The Old Barn which has the three bedroom dwelling, workshops and a self-contained office which generates £21,600 per annum, all a short walk from the town centre.
The Old Barn - Commercial Element
The larger of the workshops could be an extension of the dwelling or office or let to generate further income. The office section is self-contained and has an open plan office measuring in excess of 26 ft. x 20 ft., two smaller offices, a store room, a kitchen and two cloakrooms. There is also a mezzanine level overlooking the open plan office.
Schooling and Situation
The local schools are Sponne School, Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary School and Towcester Church of England Primary School in Towcester, Northampton High School for Girls, Northampton School for Boys in Northampton and Quinton House School in Upton. Towcester is a former market town and has shops, supermarkets, restaurants, the racecourse and a rugby club.