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2 bedroom flat for sale

Princess Gate, 7-9 Princess Road, Poole

£220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Good size (almost 700 sq. ft), light & airy 2 bedroom first floor flat
  • 2 bathrooms including en suite shower room
  • Long lease
  • Pet friendly block
  • Well managed gated block
  • Dedicated parking space
  • Kitchen and bathroom redecorated in last 12 months to include new lino flooring
  • Lovely community, BBQ on communal gardens in the summer
  • Secure bike store
  • Built-in kitchen appliances

Full description

This lovely 2 bedroom apartment on the first floor benefits from en suite to the master bedroom, 16ft long lounge with Juliet balcony, long lease and allocated parking space. The block is pet friendly.

This lovely 2 bedroom flat is offered to sale as the family is growing and in need of more space. As you drive through the automatic gates to Princess Gate, there are allocated parking spaces for each flat as well as secure bike store and bike rack. The communal gardens are well maintained and the ‘community’ occasionally have BBQs in the summer.

The flat itself is located at the far end of the drive on the first floor and is offering almost 700 sq. ft of accommodation. Double glazing throughout, two double bedrooms with carpeted floor, where the master has the benefit of an en suite which was in past 12 months redecorated and new lino was put down. Spacious storage cupboard just off the bedroom, which is always handy as there is never enough storage! Family bathroom which has been redecorated and new flooring put down offers a shower over bath, loo and sink.

Kitchen with beechwood lower and upper cupboards with integrated fridge freezer and washer-dryer, new flooring. The boiler is located at the end of the kitchen hidden in the cupboard. The owners have been servicing the boiler every year. Airy lounge with south facing Juliet balcony.

A delightful flat which would make the perfect first step on the property ladder.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Annual Council Tax: Band C £1,552.87 payable 
Connectivity: EE is used by the current owner .
TV: Current owner uses Freeview with all the packages like Netflix but Sky and Virgin are available
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:  Band B (83)
Environmental Impact Rating:  Band B (88)
Lease: approximately 140 years left on the lease
Service Charge: approx. £500 per ½ year
Service Included: Buildings insurance, gardening, maintenance, contribution to sinking fund
Ground rent: £175 pa
Reserve Fund: NA
Investor Information: £950 pcm
Pets: The flat is pet friendly
Viewings: With 24 hours notice or sooner by arrangement.


Grounds 
Gated block, tarmac drive, allocated parking for each flat, secure bike store, communal gardens.

Kitchen 
Lower and upper beechwood kitchen cupboards, integrated 50/50 fridge-freezer, integrated washer-dryer, stainless steel kitchen sink with double glazed windows above, oven (12 months old), gas hob with extractor hood above. Boiler is hidden in the cupboard and it was serviced every year by the current owners. Wall mounted radiator.

Family Bathroom 
Good size family bathroom with shower over bath, lino flooring, partly tiled walls, sink with vanity unit, loo, wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom 1 
Spacious double bedroom with carpeted floor, double glazed window, wall mounted radiator, tv point.

En suite 
En suite shower room to the main bedroom. Lino floor, partly tiled walls, frosted double glazed window, corner shower cubical, sink with vanity unit, loo, wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom 2 
Good size double bedroom with carpeted floor, double glazed window, wall mounted radiator, tv point.

Lounge 
Spacious and bright lounge with double glazed French doors and Juliet balcony which is facing south, carpeted floor, wall mounted radiator and tv points.

AREA DESCRIPTION: 
Work? Maybe you are at LV or Vitality or Nationwide. In which case you can walk to work, plus on rainy days the bus service is excellent to Bournemouth and Poole. The area has become a significant employer in the South of England. As well as the companies I have just mentioned, the headquarters of JP Morgan, RNLI ,Sunseeker Marine, Barclays International and Merlin Entertainments are all based locally. Working further afield? Within 5 minutes you are on the Wessex Way with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. Bournemouth railway station has direct routes to London (under 2 hours) and Manchester. And the recently refurbished Bournemouth International Airport is the fastest growing in the UK.

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Fun? You are close to Bournemouth Gardens via the private gate where you can stroll down to Bournemouth Town Centre within 15 minutes and be on the award winning beaches within 20, where within 100 yards of each other, you can enjoy fish n chips at Harry Ramsdens or fine dine at Westbeach fish restaurant. From there you can walk along the beach or the prom all the way to the famous Sandbanks beaches, on the edge of Poole Harbour, the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world and haven to boats of all sizes as well as being a UK hub for windsurfing and kitesurfing. From Sandbanks, you can catch the chain ferry to the Purbeck Hills. There is a large cycling community and Dorset's Jurassic coast is a destination for walkers.

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You are on the doorstep of Pug's Hole, one of the smallest nature reserves in the UK. It is a hidden gem with a big history. Just west of Meyrick Park golf course, Pug's Hole is a valley with steep wooded slopes. A path leads down through the valley, or you can take the wooded trails that run around the site. Trees you can see at Pug's Hole include Scots pines, hazel, rowan and sycamore. These are home to birds such as woodpeckers, nuthatches, coal tits and treecreepers.

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Also for walking you are within a short distance of Coy Pond, delightful with tree lined walks and idyllic picnic spaces. Weeping willow and some alder trees dominate the banks of the stream forming an almost continuous canopied corridor from Branksome Wood Road to the embankment. Coy Pond and gardens together cover a total area of 9 acres (3.65 hectares). The stream here is largely unmodified, with vegetated banks and small meanders and riffles in its course. The gardens associated with Coy Pond are Grade II* listed by English Heritage.

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For sports and keeping fit, by the side of the adjacent Meyrick Park golf course is the Merick Park club with gym, swimming pool, studio, wet spa and Pulse Bar. If tennis is your sport there are courts in Bournemouth Gardens and the West Hants Club is close by with indoor and outdoor courts, also a swimming pool, gym, classes, squash and racketball courts, a crèche plus restaurant and bar. Meyrick Park Golf Course is close by.

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And in Bournemouth there are the entertainment centres at the Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth International Centre and lots of cinemas and of course the famous nightlife.

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Shopping? Walk into Westbourne to a dedicated M&S food store but very close is a Tesco's and a Lidl. Bournemouth itself is large shopping centre with a mixture of high street names and independent stores. The famous Castlepoint shopping Centre is 3 miles away and for home furnishings, just beyond Tesco's is the Redlands Retail Park with the likes of John Lewis Home, Homebase, Laura Ashley Home, Next Home and Home Bargains.

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Eating out? Where do you start to describe? Westbourne is full of an eclectic mix of eateries and coffee shops as is Bournemouth. The local Daily Echo ran a recent article 'Why Westbourne is foodie heaven'. Locally Westbourne is considered very much a village with lots of independent shops and the UK's smallest cinema with just 19 seats. The pick of eateries are The Dancing Duck, Indi's. Renoufs cheese and wine bar, the award winning Chez Fred fish 'n chips and a real traditional pub-The Porterhouse.

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This flat is just a great place to live.

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31 January 2020

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  • Branksome (0.2 mi)
  • Parkstone (1.5 mi)
  • Bournemouth (2.3 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Branksome (0.2 mi)
  • Parkstone (1.5 mi)
  • Bournemouth (2.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Albury & Hall Canford Cliffs, Canford Cliffs

32 Haven Road, Canford Cliffs, Poole, BH13 7LP

01202 066464 Local call rate

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