St Osmunds Road, Poole

£760,000

3 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 2 Reception

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  • 1930s 3/4 bedroom extended detached property
  • In sought after location moments from Parkstone Golf Club
  • Very large kitchen/dining room with direct garden access and octagonal light well
  • Wonderful south west facing rear garden with seated barbecue pit
  • Elapsed planning permission for 2 storey extension
  • Off Road Parking for 3 cars plus garage
  • Sought after school catchment for Courthill and Baden Powell
  • UPVC double glazed throughout and gas central heating
  • Central location for Ashley Cross, Lilliput, Penn Hill and Canford Cliffs

1930s 3/4 bedroom extended detached house * In sought after location moments from Parkstone Golf Club * Very large kitchen/dining room with direct garden access and octagonal light well * Wonderful south west facing rear garden with seated barbecue pit * Elapsed planning permission for 2 storey extension * Off Road Parking for 3 cars plus garage * Sought after school catchment for Courthill and Baden Powell * UPVC double glazed throughout and gas central heating * Central location for Ashley Cross, Lilliput, Penn Hill and Canford Cliffs.


Inside Areas
The property has 2 living rooms to the ground floor with one being used as a 4th bedroom presently. There is a large kitchen / dining room with octagonal lantern light well, as well as an original walk-in pantry and ground floor wc. The first floor has 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are doubles and a family bathroom with separate wc.

Outside Areas
To the front aspect is a large sweeping tarmac driveway with parking for up to 3 vehicles amidst landscaped gardens with cast iron railing. The rear garden is south/west facing and mainly laid to lawn bound by fully matured shrubbery and trees. Paved patio area and a barbecue pit.

Location
Lower Parkstone, in Victorian times, was known as England's "Mentone", centrally located between the vibrant and cosmopolitan villages of Ashley Cross, Westbourne and Canford Cliffs with all of their shopping and cafe culture bars and restaurants. Close by is Penn Hill Village with its independent shops, café bars and wonderful Branksome Park woodland walk which offers a verdant tree wooded walk down to the beach at Branksome. Also nearby are major shopping facilities in Branksome which includes John Lewis at Home. Transport links are excellent with easy access to the Wessex Way for South East traffic and there are 2 mainline railway stations to choose from at Branksome and Parkstone - both of which are stopping stations for the fast train to London Waterloo. State school catchments for this property are Courthill First School and Baden Powell Middle School.

Council Tax
BCP Council Tax Band E.

Reference: CLW1001068


Disclaimer

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.

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