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Fine and Country Homes from Edwards are delighted to bring to the market this exceptional and unique five-bedroom detached family home located in the desirable area of Upton, with beautiful views across Lytchett Bay and the protected nature reserve.

This incredibly spacious and luxurious family home boasts a premium finish and contemporary style throughout. Some benefits include a substantial private rear garden, front driveway with space for multiple vehicles and a bespoke modern kitchen / breakfast room. This property is sure to impress even the most discerning of buyers. The Sandpipers is on a very desirable road in Upton, Poole, Dorset, offering easy access to Poole and Bournemouth Town Centres, along with the award-winning Sandbanks Beach where one can spend the warm summer months lounging at the beach or in the sea. Upton provides local shops, bars and cafés all within walking distance of The Sandpipers, along with beautiful nature walks and Upton Country Park. It is also in a great school catchment with Upton Infant and Junior Schools, Lytchett Minster School and Yarrells Preparatory School close by.

Poole town centre is less than 4 miles away, offering Dorset's largest covered shopping centre, ideal for some retail therapy, fantastic dining, plenty of coffee shops and leisure facilities, as well as Poole Train station with routes running regularly across the South West covering Reading, Plymouth, Portsmouth and London Waterloo, placing the rest of the beautiful UK at your fingertips.

The Sandpipers allows breath-taking views of Lytchett Bay from where it is possible to walk to Rockley Park via the shoreline path that borders the Turlin Moor estate. On this walk there are areas of Saltmatrsh and tiny beaches, with wooded areas where deer can often be spotted grazing. Swans and other birds can usually be found floating on the water on the far side of Lytchett Bay.

The current owners have shaped this attractive property to suit their needs entirely, making this property very unique and it will be very popular with potential purchasers. It benefits from being situated on a beautiful private road offering ample privacy. Outside, this property is very attractive, with its low maintenance front driveway that has space for multiple vehicles, as well as being partly laid to lawn with beautiful mature plants. There is also an integrated garage with an up and over door and back access to the rear garden.

The front door leads into the warm and welcoming feature hallway. To the left are the stairs to the first floor and further along is the bespoke kitchen / breakfast room. The sizeable kitchen offers top of the range tiling, white and wooden base and wall units, Corian worktop surfaces, an array of Miele and Neff built-in appliances and the bespoke central island / breakfast bar. The separate utility room is off of the kitchen with side access to the rear garden. The dining / games room is accessed from the kitchen and has some stunning floor to ceiling units.

From the hallway is also access to the downstairs WC with incredible tile work and a solid stone basin, along with a study that offers built-in, Hammonds furniture; a desk and storage units. The main reception rooms offer a large opening between the two making them open plan with each other. Each offers Concertina doors to the private rear garden allowing copious amounts of natural light to flood the room along with stunning views across the nature reserve and a modern feature fireplace, perfect for cosy nights in.

Upstairs are the five bedrooms; the large master bedroom has a modern en-suite that is fully tiled with a WC, sink unit and shower. Both the second and third bedrooms are doubles, each benefitting from built-in storage, whilst the fourth bedroom is a good sized single room. This property also has a fifth bedroom that is currently used as a dressing room. Both the family bathroom and en-suite are fitted with Villeroy and Bosch sanitary ware, with the modern family bathroom consisting of a WC, sink unit and a roll top island bath.

The garden is approximately 45 yards long boasting open, rural and seascape views across Lytchett Bay and the nature reserve. There is a block paved patio area to the immediate rear of the property, with the remainder being laid to lawn and having mature shrubs and planting bordering.

This property really will make the perfect family home, the whole house has a really warm and welcoming feel and each of the rooms has its own unique character and charm. It is a very pretty house; it has a superb feeling of both light and space throughout. The outside space only adds to the appeal.

Built in 2009, this extremely attractive home enjoys an enviable tucked-away location right on the edge of the well-served town of Upton. "During our property search ten years ago, we were actually interested in another house, but our estate agent persuaded us to come and take a look at this one," says the owner. "The minute my wife and I set foot on the property we were absolutely blown away; within twenty minutes we'd made an offer. It's a beautiful looking house with a big garden and it sits on a quiet cul-de-sac right on the edge of Upton, but one of the standout features has to be the spectacular views. We look out across woodland in one direction and vast swathes of reed beds in the other, beyond which we can see the sea as well as the opposite shore and Purbeck hills behind! It's a stunning environment and a real haven for wildlife."

"We were the first to own the house and it was just lovely when we came here, but over time we've made changes to enhance it. The biggest transformation came with the conversion of the original integrated garage into a really stylish dining-cum-games room - the top comes off the dining table to reveal our pool table; it's great to have a large room where you can play pool without banging against the walls with our cues. All in all, it's a spacious house, well laid out and modern in design, with plenty of storage space. I'd say it has a timeless quality, which is something else that appealed to us when we first came to view it. It's an easy house to entertain in, and it has a warm and welcoming feel throughout."

"The garden is south facing and is a great size so when the weather is warm we can be out there having a game of boules or croquet, or simply sitting and relaxing and enjoying the tranquillity of it all," continues the owner. "It's mainly laid to lawn but with a flower border near the house, as well as a tucked away area that I've deliberately kept wild so it attracts hedgehogs, bees and butterflies. We frequently have visits from the local pheasants who enjoy roaming around the rest of the garden and last Christmas day we woke up to see two fox cubs playing on the lawn for over an hour. We regularly see deer just beyond our fence as well as woodpeckers and herons and the occasional bird of prey. Bird watchers are occasionally seen walking down towards the shoreline with all their kit, though being a cul-de-sac and private road, we enjoy a great deal of privacy. It's a lovely space and the outlook is just wonderful."

"In terms of shops and amenities we have everything we need within very easy reach, but it's the sheer beauty and varied nature of the environment that surrounds us that I've enjoyed most. We're spoilt for choice in terms of beautiful walks as we're close to the coast, some beautiful woodland and the rolling farmland that borders Upton. We're also close to a number of beaches and stretches of coastline that are off the radar of the tourists who flock to nearby areas during the summer months."

"Another change we made to the house was to convert one of the bedrooms into a dressing room - however it could easily be converted back - which means that the master bedroom itself is much more spacious." "The house has been a wonderful home, but it will be the setting and those views that I'll miss most when we leave," says the owner. "Just looking out of the window is a real treat, and when we open the blinds in the morning with the view and the wildlife changing with the seasons, we're never quite sure what we'll see. It might be the foxes playing on the lawn, a herd of deer by the shoreline or a huge flock of birds. It's a very special place and we will take many happy memories with us when the time comes to leave."*

* These comments are the personal views of the current owner and are included as an insight into life at the property. They have not been independently verified, should not be relied on without verification and do not necessarily reflect the views of the agent.

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Edwards Lower Parkstone
34 Station Road, Lower Parkstone, Poole, BH14 8UD

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5 Bedroom Detached House

Upton, Poole, Dorset, BH16

Guide Price £1,100,000 - For Sale