4 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms / 3 Reception
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Development Plot with Fully Detailed Planning Permission * Superb Four / Five Bedroom Contemporary Home with Garage * Full Planning Permission Recently Granted * Fantastic Poole Harbour Views From all Floors Overlooking SSSI Area * Contemporary Design to Interiors and Exteriors * Generous Plots with West Facing Gardens * Located on the Hamworthy Peninsular with Easy Access from Twin Sails Bridge * Moments Away from Beach and Nature Reserve and Mainline Railway Station * Ideal Opportunity for Self Builders or Developers * Two Plots Available
** Associated Design to RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award Winner 2017
In Roman times, the Hamworthy Peninsular was called "Moriconium" which was the access point to the harbour and sea for settlers in the roman fortification at Bradbury Rings. It is located very close to Poole Town Centre and the Port Of Poole.
It is an area of outstanding natural beauty and has SSSI status especially to the south Western aspect, which offers spectacular views across Poole Harbour, towards Brownsea Island, Round Island & Long Islands, The beaches, sand dunes and fresh water lakes can all be accessed to the rear of the property.
The Arne Peninsular is immediately opposite as are the Purbeck Hills. The area is ideally located for the nautically minded with 3 Marinas nearby at Cobbs Quay, Rockley Park and Lakeyard marinas with swing moorings also available. Hamworthy has a public boating slipway, sandy beaches and nature reserves at Rockley Sands .
The new Poole "Twin Sails Bridge" gives direct access to the peninsular directly from the centre of Poole Town and the property can be easily accessed via Dorset's A35 main route. Train services are available from Hamworthy station providing a 2 hour commute to London.
Clearwater are delighted to present this superb development plot with fully detailed planning permission approved. Highly sought-after location which provides superb views to the front and rear of the property.
Both east and west elevations have the benefit of substantial terraces to optimise enjoyment of the dramatic views afforded to the plot.
The house has been designed to make optimum use of the significant views by reversing the accommodation with sleeping areas to the ground floor and primary living areas to the first and second floors.
Unusually the house is located on a traditional single plot which retains generous garden space to the front and rear with approved plans for double garaging and further surface car parking spaces. Approximate sizes of the plots are 195 ft X 45 ft.
The plot is abutting the radical architect designed award winning Houseboat, Poole which has been featured in many national news features. The overall design has been sympathetic to that radical design but would be considered as being more traditional. The finished house will have approximately 2,300 square foot of living accommodation with 4/ 5 bedrooms and 3 ensuite bathrooms.
The proposed layout is well considered with semi open plan kitchen giving access to the open plan living / dining room with terrace access from the first floor. There is also another reception room / snug to the front elevation and a penthouse bedroom / study. Four bedrooms to the ground floor are doubles with three of them being en-suite. The master bedroom is designed to have a large dressing room and luxury en-suite.
Architect's Design Statement
The proposed dwellings make use of a split level section (the rear half of each is set 1 metre below the front) to allow for dramatic volumetric living spaces at first floor, and a penthouse bedroom / study at second floor gallery level providing stunning views to the west.
In terms of appearance, materials and details, the inspiration for the design develops that employed at The Houseboat, which defers to the memories of upturned boat hulls sitting on the harbour wall. Whilst that design was very much a stand-alone bespoke house, the approach has been rationalised and developed to connect with it and make it more appropriate for new houses and the lifestyles of their owners. The approach adopts the Solidspace internal DNA to create the home’s social spaces on the upper levels of eat live and work. This is made by a timber frame with a steep monopitch roof, running front to back with a consistent roof line. The floor levels step throughout the design, with entry at grade, dropping a half level to two bedrooms and a rear courtyard level beyond, and rising a half level to kitchen and dining room, rising again to the sitting room and finally climbing an open stair to the gallery space with a penthouse bedroom / study and finally access to a roof level looking across to Brownsea Island.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.