Sandbanks Road, Whitecliff, Poole

Guide Price
£625,000

What it's got

When walking in to this property you greeted with a warm 'homely' feel with harbour views from most rooms. The ground floor offers a large through lounge/diner with feature bay window and focal fireplace which leads onto a conservatory. The modern galley style kitchen also loops through to the conservatory. From here you can access the garden via sliding patio doors. Upstairs there are two good size double bedrooms plus a larger than average third bedroom. The bathroom has been modernised with a curved shower/bath and complementary sanitary ware. From the bathroom is the loft access and we strongly recommend you look up here to see the far reaching views over the harbour. The garden is a good size and where you will want to spend most your time. It is divided into various sections with an abundance of mature tree, plant and shrub borders. It is ideal for socialising and barbecuing. This 1930's home is situated on a good sized plot with two large sheds and ample off road parking to the side and front. The property has the benefit of approved planning permission to redevelop into an ultra-modern three storey house which will offer panoramic views over to Poole harbour. For more information click on the link below https://boppa.poole.gov.uk/online-applications ref- APP/16/00416/F

Where it is

This property couldn't be better placed within it literally being a stone’s throw of Whitecliff. Harbourside Park has something for everyone, there is a large enclosed children's play area, recreation ground for football/cricket/sport and a running/walking path that is surrounded by the harbourside with breath-taking views. Also the ever popular 'Deep South' restaurant where you can enjoy breakfast/lunch and dinner. Neighbouring Harbourside Park is Poole Park which has numerous family activities including an ice-rink, soft play area, mini train together with a running/cycling track and two children’s play areas plus much more. The park is surrounded by a boating lake where Rockley Water sports offer sailing courses and water-based activities. You can walk to the prestigious Parkstone Yacht club. Also just a short distance away is Ashley Cross village with its array of amenities, bars, cafes and facilities. Parkstone train station has direct routes to/from Waterloo, London. A real draw for this property is the school catchment, being in catchment for Baden Powell Middle and Lilliput First schools. Both school are in walking distance.

What the owner says

"123 has been a lovely place to live. The house has only had 4 owners since its construction in 1936, when it was named St. Lucia. The beautiful garden benefits from sun all day. Due to its convenient position we tend to walk or cycle to most places, however it has ample parking and room to turn a car around in the front drive and wonderful views over the harbour. It has been a fantastic family home."

The Technical Bits

  • Freehold
  • Approx 1170 sq ft
  • Council tax band - E
  • Energy rating - D
  • Approved planning for remodel
  • Lilliput and Baden Powell catchment
  • Close to Ashley Cross and train station
  • Opposite Whitecliff / Harbourside Park
  • Must be viewed to appreciate
floorplan
EPC