1 Harbour View Court, Cotes Avenue, Lower Parkstone, Poole

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What it's got

This town house is stylish in design and offers low maintenance, perfect for modern day living. The open plan kitchen/lounge/diner is tastefully decorated. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a range of modern units and breakfast bar with complementary granite work top surfaces. There is an integral dishwasher, water softener, five ring Neff hob with extractor hood over and built in oven and microwave. From the kitchen a door leads through to a utility room with space and plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted boiler and extensive range of built in storage cupboards. The lounge/dining area offers a good space for living and French doors leads onto the communal garden. A further doors leads through to an inner hallway with a large cloaks cupboard, additional door to the gardens and modern wc. On the first floor there are two good sized double bedrooms, one of which has double opening French doors to Juliet balcony offering views towards Poole harbour and the Purbeck hills beyond also with eaves storage. A modern bathroom and in the hallway double opening built in storage cupboard/wardrobe/airing cupboard can be found. On the top floor is the master suite with view towards Poole harbour and the Purbeck hills beyond and a modern en-suite bathroom. Outside the property comes with its own private lawned garden to front and benefits from two parking spaces, one is located in the undercover section.

Where it is

Cotes Avenue is a highly sought after cul-de-sac location. Ashley Cross is in walking distance offering an array of amenities, cafes, fashionable bars and trendy bistros. Parkstone train station offers regular services to Waterloo, London making it ideal for commuters. Poole Park is only a mile away or so away and offers great entertainment for all with a boating lake , an ice-rink, indoor soft play area and children’s play area. Poole town centre is in close proximity too.

What the owner says

"When we were looking to buy in 2011 we viewed around 70 properties over 12 months and thought we were looking for the impossible, but as soon as we walked in we knew this was the one. It ticked all our boxes as it was modern, had good sized double bedrooms, great storage, easy to maintain and was in a great location. We have bought up our two boys here and have been really happy but it is now time to make the next mortgage step up. We are sure whoever buys our lovely home will be just as happy as we have been."

The Technical Bits

  • Leasehold - 117 years remaining (option to buy Freehold)
  • Service charge: £1,060 P/A
  • Ground rent: £200 P/A
  • Energy rating - C
  • Harbour views from upper floors
  • Tastefully decorated throughout
  • Two parking space, one under cover
  • Modern openplan kitchen/lounge/diner
  • Utility room plus cloakroom
  • Courthill and Baden-Powell catchment