Flat 2 Melka, Kings Avenue, Lower Parkstone, Poole

Guide Price
£230,000
UNDER OFFER

What it's got

This lovely ground floor apartment has the benefit of its own private entrance to the side of the building. The apartment has been tastefully decorated and modernised with neutral decor throughout. The lounge/diner offers an inviting space with ample space for living furniture and double opening doors leads onto the private garden. The kitchen has a range of white high gloss units and houses the gas fired central heating boiler. The master bedroom is generous in size with two stylish built in wardrobes. The second bedroom also benefits from built in wardrobes. The modern bathroom consists of a corner bath with shower over, wc and wash hand basin. The private garden is where this property really comes into its own. Boasting a Westerly aspect, during the spring/summer month this area is a real sun trap. Designed to provide ease of maintenance with 'astro' lawn and patio. A large shed is great to store water sports equipment, bikes. The garden is completely enclosed by panelled fencing with a secure gate leading to the allocated parking space.

Where it is

Kings Avenue is a desirable and sought after road. You can easily walk to the ever popular Penn Hill parade with its range of trendy bars and bistros, amenities and there is even a Mark Bennetts 'award winning' patisserie to get your fresh bread, coffee and cakes from. You can walk to Branksome train station via steps up to Doyne road from Archway Road with regular routes to Southampton, Winchester and Waterloo, London. Another benefit is Branksome Chine gardens, this is a pleasant walk, ride or run directly down to the award winning Branksome beach. Both Poole and Bournemouth town centres are also in easy reach.

What the owner says

"We bought the property 12 years ago as our first home together, we chose this flat as we wanted to have a private outdoor space and loved the area. We love that we started out as a couple who liked being down the road from bars and restaurants and are now a family of four who love that we can be at the beach in a couple of minutes. We have 12 years of happy memories here, spending time with friends and family, and the fact we started our family here will mean we will always have a special place in our hearts for our first home."

The Technical Bits

  • Leasehold - 97 years remaining
  • Maintenance - £250 per annum |Ground rent - £150 per annum
  • Approx 605 sq ft
  • Energy rating - C
  • Council tax band - C
  • Private Westerly facing garden
  • Close to Penn Hill and station
  • NO FORWARD CHAIN
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