This elegant Grade II Listed property is a magnificent example of beautifully proportioned Georgian style, situated in a prominent location close to the waters edge with fantastic views across Mudeford Harbour. The Staithe has been remodelled over the centuries and now stands as a magnificent example of a beautifully proportioned Georgian house, with parts believed to date back to the Jacobean period and the reign of Charles II. The current vendors have restored and refurbished this elegant Grade II listed property into a home with high quality contemporary fixtures and fittings to facilitate modern day luxury living standards. The impressive kitchen / breakfast room, a recent extension, seamlessly connects to the rest of the house. The atrium roof provides natural light emphasising the bright and airy feel the property already possesses. Situated in a prominent location close to the waters edge, The Staithe has fantastic views of the inner harbour, with Hengistbury Head and the Purbecks in the distance. The southerly rear garden has been extensively landscaped with sun terraces on two levels. At the foot of the garden is an area of off road parking for at least three cars. Mudeford is a bustling fishing village with a history of smuggling; today it is a haven for water sports enthusiasts being on the very edge of the unspoilt Christchurch Harbour. The sheltered water is ideal for those learning to sail, with several local sailing clubs; the harbour is also a good base for the more experienced offshore sailor with a variety of moorings and pontoons available for rent. The village is served by a variety of local shops, restaurants and some excellent pubs.