Edwards is pleased to bring to the market this beautiful, contemporary styled property. With no expense spared in the bespoke styling this property utilises its well proportioned rooms and clever use of light to present a very modern but still welcoming family home.
From the outset the property has a fantastic location just a stones thrown from Whitecliff and the harbour at Poole. With the expanding interest in watersports and the associated lifestyles juice bars and independent coffee shops and cafes are just at the end of the road. A short walk arrives at the many bars and restaurants of Ashley Cross or Lilliput. Poole Harbour and the adjoining roads are the perfect place to hire and try all of the popular water sports and recreational activities. Indeed this property overlooks the park at Whitecliff with the childrens playpark, cricket and football pitches and popular dog walking area along the harbour front into Poole.
The property itself welcomes you in to a beautifully light hallway accessing the rooms on the first floor. The first is the family room with its specialised cinema equipment and bespoke lighting really adds to the experience of this room being able to adjust the mood. Throughout the house lighting is used to enhance the individual feel of the property.
Following through the hall past the downstairs w.c. the family living kitchen opens up as the heart of the house. With a very well equipped integrated kitchen the open plan room has clearly defined designated living areas, a large peninsular breakfast bar delineates the kitchen from the lounge and dining areas. Large bifold doors open from the living area to the stone patio and tiered garden beyond.
A double garage accessed from the kitchen gives a utility room and a fully tiled area currently being used as a gym with bifold doors opening into the garden. It is still possible to use this as a garage although there is ample parking on the drive.
The first floor boasts ample accommodation from the light landing with three spacious double bedrooms, two have large ensuites. The family bathroom and study/sixth bedroom are also on this floor. The study is currently fitted as an office with a work area but could equally be used as a single bedroom.
The top floor master bedroom has a juliette balcony giving views over whitecliff and on to the Purbecks. There is a further shower room and another double which completes the bedrooms.
The south facing garden is astro turf and very low maintenance with a large natural stone area currently being used as a vast seating area to enjoy the sunshine. Gates lead up to the steps for the next tiers of garden and raised decked area which accesses the chalet. This purpose built area is laid as a bar with snooker table a large lounge area and is completed with a fully fitted bathroom and electric. It could easily be used as further accommodation.
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.
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, Sandbanks offers white sandy beaches, kite-surfing schools, luxurious hotels, beachside restaurants, sand polo events and beach volleyball tournaments.
PROPERTY OFFICE :
34 Station Road, Lower Parkstone, Poole, BH14 8UD
T: 01202 744944