Powell Road, Poole

£2,100,000
  • Ref: 9496595
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Development of 6 luxury new build 4 storey semi-detached houses
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • 2 En-suites and a family bathroom
  • Garage, media room and lift to all floors
  • Terrace on 3 floors
  • Internal area of 2,500 sq. ft.
  • Land, plans & drawings included in the price
  • GDV £5,625,000 (£937,500 per unit)

Property Summary

Land acquisition with planning for 6 luxury semi-detached houses on Powell road. Within walking distance of Ashley Cross, Penn Hill, Ashley Road and the Redlands Shopping Centre makes it a desirable location.



AREA DESCRIPTION:
Living here is a wonderful lifestyle choice with fun, sport and significant business growth and opportunity.
Parkstone Golf Club, one of the top 100 courses in the country is on your doorstep. I guess that an interest in the water brings you to want to live here. The prestigious Royal Motor Yacht Club is on the Sandbanks peninsula, Salterns Marina is the other side of Evening Hill and the sailing centre of the area is Parkstone Yacht Club in Lilliput.



Tennis is catered for closeby by the East Dorset Tennis Club at Whitecliff. The area has a large cycling community with a favourite destination being to take the Sandbanks chain ferry to explore the Purbeck Hills. And of course Dorset's Jurassic Coast is a must for walkers. There are many local gyms-DW Fitness at the Redlands Retail Park seems very popular and of course AFC Bournemouth is a Premier League club.
The harbour itself is the second largest natural harbour in the world(after Sydney) with many marinas capable of mooring the largest of yachts. Poole itself is the home of Sunseeker Marine. The natural harbour ensures safety and security for the yachts and the wonderful microclimate created by the Purbeck Hills makes for regular use of the water. And watching the kitesurfers and windsurfers in this UK hub for the sports will leave you open-mouthed. The harbour is known to be the UK's safest venue for teaching children to windsurf and kitesurf.



If you are so inclined it is about a 20 minute walk from Warwick View to the harbour's edge, part of 7 miles of continuous beach from Poole to Bournemouth and beyond. From there you can stroll along the beach or the promenade to the famous beaches of Sandbanks. All around you in Sandbanks, Canford Cliffs and Penn Hill are wonderful restaurants with Rick Stein's open on the edge of Poole Harbour and the Pig on the Beach is in Studland via the chain ferry. And in Canford Cliffs itself is the local famous HND hair and beauty salon plus 2 great gastro pubs: The Cliff and The Plantation. You can walk to Ashley Cross and collect your bread from the award winning artisan bakers at Mark Bennett's Patisserie. Ashley Cross is very much the local centre for eating and drinking with a variety of eateries. Try the Ox and Le Bateau for food and the Dancing Moose and the Bermuda Triangle for a 'pubby' atmosphere.



For shopping there are local mini Co-Op and Tesco mini stores with the supermarkets of Waitrose, M&S Food, Lidl and Tesco within a couple of miles.



If you have school age children, at primary level Lilliput 1st school and Baden Powell are Ofsted rated outstanding.



Despite living in one of the most stunning places in the UK, the area is a significant business hub with the headquarters of JP Morgan, Vitality, LV, Sunseeker Marine, Barclays International, the RNLI and Merlin Entertainments all in the conurbation.



From Warwick View you are approximately 2.5 hours from London by car. It is just over a mile to the Wessex Way with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. It is a short walk to Parkstone Station and by rail there are direct routes to London and Manchester. Next door to the station is The Cow pub-always good for a pint at the end of your journey.
Bournemouth International Airport is the fastest growing in the UK and from Poole there are ferries to France and the Channel Islands.



A wonderful lifestyle location. Just ask us if you want to know where to do something.



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