Mentone Road, Ashley Cross, Poole

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What it's got

When walking up the quaint pathway you are greeted by a feature stained colour glass wooden front door which leads you into the hallway, it then gets better as you walk in the impressive open plan lounge/diner. With a lovely coal effect gas fire with cast iron surround and wooden mantle, feature walk in bay window plus additional window to rear and high ceilings this room welcomes you. The wooden double opening glass casement doors of the kitchen bring an enormous amount of natural light through the house making you feel instantly invited. The kitchen is of a modern design with space for a breakfast table/chairs, breakfast bar, ample cupboards and lots of counter space, space for all appliances. Double opening French doors to the side give access to the garden. Upstairs there are two good sized double bedrooms and a single room which would be ideal as an office/nursery or playroom. The main bathroom is contemporary in design. The top floor/bedroom with a dormer window and access to the eaves storage. The decor and carpets are neutral throughout meaning you can see yourself and your furniture living there. If you want a garden but want to be in Ashley Cross this is usually a rare find but this house offers a good sized one. With a patio, large pawned area and large shed ideal for waterspouts equipment such as kayaks, surf/paddle boards. A secure gate leads through to the rear parking. NB- This can be accessed via Mentone Road or Salterns Road. You can also obtain a residents parking permit allowing you/your visitors to readily use the on-street parking.

Where it is

Ashley Cross is a thriving community. Mentone Road is possibly one of the most sought-after roads in the cross. With predominately Victorian detached, semi-detached and terraced houses its feel like village style living. Most of the houses are occupied by professionals/families. The amenities and buzz of the centre is just a short walk away with an array of restaurants, cafes, shops, banks and bakeries you are spoilt for choice. In the other direction you can easily walk to Poole and Whitecliff parks and the town centre is close to. If you are a commuter or regular cross country traveller then Parkstone station will be a bonus with regular routes to Waterloo, London, again this is in walking distance.

What the owner says

"I bought my house for several reasons: proximity to the beach & harbour (we swim, paddle board, kayak and kite surf), the stunning Purbeck hills & villages plus great schools in the area. I love the character of these Victorian houses, the space especially my garden. I also frequently commute to London/ the north, so the train station is very handy. I do love this house, the neighbourhood and have been very happy here, it is going be sad to say goodbye.”

The Technical Bits

  • Freehold
  • 1349 Sq. Ft
  • Council Tax Band - C
  • Energy Rating - D
  • Gas fired central heating and double glazing
  • Immaculate throughout
  • Good sized rear garden
  • Off road parking to rear of property
  • Lilliput first and Baden Powell middle school catchment