Edwards Fine & Country are delighted to be able to present this exclusive and contemporary development of 32 incredibly spacious one and two-bedroom apartments, on the edge of Poole Park. Built over four storeys the luxury finish and stylish interior has all been carefully considered around later lifestyle living.
With most of the apartments looking out toward the harbour, Fleur de Lis is a sophisticated development that understands that life begins at 60. With the luxurious surroundings it provides, including an intelligently designed communal garden and bright social lounge, alongside its proximity to the glistening waters of Poole Harbour, Fleur de Lis Poole is the perfect haven for those who enjoy an active lifestyle, as well as those happiest when basking on the sun terrace, with a glass of wine, watching the world from a position of perfect comfort.
Neatly placed for a fantastic choice of past times, the apartments compromise neither on design nor space, and bright and spacious hallways welcome you into fantastically bright and airy living rooms with stylish open plan kitchens.
We encourage our owners to live rich and fulfilled lives, and to enjoy themselves as much as possible. From socialising in the drawing room to arranging family visits and stay in the guest suite, your concierge is on hand to help with anything you need. They can also arrange exciting events and fun activities or day trips, and recommend the best places to eat - even down to booking the table.
The owners drawing room is the social heartbeat of the development. With a range of events organised on a regular basis Fleur-de-Lis Poole will offer something for everyone, from bridge to bowls, fish and chip Fridays to film nights and Pimm's parties to pilates. There is a small kitchen connected to the drawing room available to prepare tea, coffee and light snacks.
Whenever friends or family come to stay the night you can book them into the guest suite. Complete with en-suite bathroom and tea and coffee station.
Poole & Poole Park
The ancient town of Poole derives it name from the Celtic words, bol, and the Old English, pool, meaning a spot near a pool or creek, referring of course to the stunningly beautiful, Poole Harbour. Poole and the harbour form the epicentre of this exciting and vibrant community.
Whilst the area around Poole has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years, the town of Poole was built largely on wealth generated between the 16th and 19th centuries, when it went from being one of the main trading ports between the British Crown and the bountiful New World, to a key commercial link between Europe and Canada.
Now, whilst still a working port, and home of luxury yacht brand, Sunseeker, it is a richly preserved historic town, filled with popular bars, pubs and eateries. Popular with families, there are events the year round centred around the quay, harking to the historic legacy of its sea faring past, with plenty of live music venues, as well as quiet tearooms and manicured outdoor spaces with extraordinary views over the water.
The harbour boasts countless spots of untouched natural beauty, bearing opportunities for cyclists and ramblers to experience rolling heathland and woodland just minutes from the lively centres.
Canford Cliffs & Sandbanks
Canford Cliffs and Sandbanks together make up Poole's most affluent neighbourhoods. The Sandbanks peninsula, a natural feature of the harbour, provides panoramic harbour views for many of its residents. It is well known for the highly regarded property; Sandbanks has, by area, the fourth highest land value in the world.
Connected to the Purbecks, and Studland by a chain ferry, the Sandbanks area of Poole Harbour is widely used for water sports and by light marina craft. The north side is home to the Southern Headquarters of the Royal Yachting Association and an international sailing school.
Home to notable public figures, including footballers, filmmakers and business executives, Canford Cliffs & Sandbanks offer extraordinary white sandy beaches, kite-surfing schools, luxurious hotels, beachside restaurants, sand polo events and beach volleyball tournaments.
Liliput, Evening Hill & Whitecliff
Bordering on Sandbanks, Lower Parkstone and with a Poole Harbour shoreline with views of Brownsea Island and the Purbeck Hills, Lilliput is one of our most sought after locations for property enquiries.
This is another area that has seen much development in recent years, offering plenty of opportunity for water-frontage addresses, primely positioned to soak in the rich sunsets over the harbour.
Much like Canford Cliffs, the Lilliput 'village' is filled with fantastic restaurants, surf shops, a local supermarket, and the essential wine emporium.
It's the perfect location to grab a finely prepared picnic and walk up to Evening Hill to see the rosy reds and purples of the Lilliput sunset.
Photos shown are to give a CGI example of the apartments and may not represent the actual apartment.
Apartment Area 855.83 sq. ft - 79.51 sq.m
Bedroom 1 3.84 m x 3.48 m 12 ft 6 in x 11 ft 4 in
Bedroom 2 2.68 m x 3.42 m 8 ft 7 in x 11 ft 2 in
Ensuite 2.28 m x 1.99 m 7 ft 5 in x 6 ft 5 in
Kitchen 2.40 m x 2.40 m 7 ft 9 in x 7 ft 9 in
Bathroom 1.99 m x 2.28 m 6 ft 5 in x 7 ft 5 in
Living/Dining 6.91 m x 5.79 m 22 ft 7 in x 19 ft
PROPERTY OFFICE :
34 Station Road, Lower Parkstone, Poole, BH14 8UD
T: 01202 744944