Woodside Road, Lower Parkstone, Poole

Guide Price
£600,000

What it's got

As soon as you walk into this stunning property you are hit by a stylish and welcoming hallway encouraging you to want to see more. The house is tastefully decorated with Farrow and Ball colours in most of the rooms and white lacquered engineered oak floor to the ground floor is by Havwoods.The house has been finished to an extremely high standard and viewing is encouraged to fully appreciate. The 'Living Exteriors' kitchen has been fitted to an extremely high specification with built in appliances, range cooker, white stone work top and feature tiled splashback. The hand painted units provide ample storage space. There is even space for a large dining table and chairs, an ideal for entertaining and socialising. There are two further receptions rooms, the front one benefitting from a period working open fire and bay window and the rear with bi-folding doors onto the garden. Under the stairs is a cloakroom. Moving upstairs you have a spacious open landing. The master bedroom has built in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, two of which are generous sized doubles and the fourth has a balcony. The main family bathroom and separate shower room are modern in design. The South facing garden has been beautifully designed for ease of maintenance with cleverly placed outdoor lighting, artificial lawn and large patio. A pergola houses a hot tub, which is to remain. The front of the property provides off road parking for several cars and gives access to the rear via gates. To the other side of the house is a garden shed.

Where it is

This property is perfectly placed equidistant of Penn Hill and Ashley Cross with their vast array of amenities, coffee shops, trendy bars and fashionable bistros. You can walk to Parkstone train station which offers direct routes to Southampton, Winchester and Waterloo, London. The award winning beaches of Sandbanks can be easily accessed. Poole and Bournemouth town centres are only a 10-15 minute’s drive away.

What the owner says

"We bought the property in March 2004, loved the area for the proximity of the schools, train station, Ashley Cross and Penn Hill but close enough to the Wessex Way to get out of town quickly. It’s a great house, high ceilings and period features and we still love the way it looks after all these years. Now our kids are at university we feel that another family can utilise the house and area better than we can and it seems the right time to move on. We have had 14 extremely happy years here seeing both our children and business grow and the house has been our anchor for so many years, so to leave it is a big wrench."

The Technical Bits

  • Freehold
  • Approx. 1658 sq. ft
  • Energy Rating- D
  • Council tax band - E
  • Open fire to lounge
  • Finished to a high specification
  • South facing garden
  • Courthill & Baden Powell school catchment
  • Viewing strongly recommended
floorplan
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