Open Plan Living
1,205 to 1,205 sq ft(111.95 to 111.95 sq m)
Guide price £560,000

Flaghead RoadCanford Cliffs, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7JL

  • New development

Key features

  • Exceptional Kitchen Garden
  • Secure Underground Parking
  • Social kitchen with larder
  • Open log fire in the lounge
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Resident Concierge
  • Available to purchase now
  • 1054 sqft - 1657 sqft

An exceptional development of only 17 two bedroom age exclusive apartments situated in the heart of Canford Cliffs and only moments from the beach

About this property

  • This is a contemporary development of 17 spacious apartments set over four storeys. Everything about the building has been carefully considered to work in harmony with the surrounding tree-lined streets. As a result, the finishes used reflect the local microclimate throughout.

    The garden setting is integral throughout the development, from the pleasing walkway at the front entrance, to the north-facing woodland floor garden. This outdoor space is linked to the development's light and spacious lounge that has large windows affording attractive views of the outdoors.

    There are several places here that will benefit your wellbeing and social life. Through the front door, the lobby leads into the open-plan lounge, with the social kitchen and honesty bar at one end and a roaring fire and comfortable sofas at the other. With its view over the gardens, this is a space that regularly brings people together for a cup of tea, a bite to eat and a chat with neighbours. In warmer months, the double doors open out into the gardens so social occasions can spill outdoors. Entertaining friends and relatives is easy and convenient, with a guest suite available for bookings whenever visitors wish to stay over.

    Here to assist with everything from little day-to-day requests to planning events, your Host will help you make the most of living in Canford Cliffs. They will be happy to arrange home deliveries.

    There is a wide range of services for those who live here, from day-to-day help, like signing for a parcel, to ordering a taxi – your Host will be on hand to help with requests you may have.
    All facilities and many of the services are offered as standard to all homeowners as part of the service charge. There are further bespoke services and items available at a charge. Specific pricing of these will be finalised prior to taking up residence – these will be similar to what one might expect at a hotel or club.

A wonderful development in the heart of Canford Cliffs and in close proximity to the award winning beaches.

Keith FensomProperty agent

Local information

  • Nothing captures the spirit of seaside living as much as a beach picnic. Pick up some provisions from the social kitchen, grab a blanket and stroll through the pines to the sandy shore. Group barbecues on the beach at Flaghead Chine make for a really memorable summer.
  • There are plenty of interesting things to do near Canford Cliffs. Visit Church Farm to pick your own perfectly ripe fruit and vegetables, and learn to smoke your own meat at Dorset Smokehouse. Golf enthusiasts can head for Parkstone
  • Golf Club, well known as one of the finest courses on the south coast.
  • Take advantage of some of the boat and watersports on offer such as paddle boarding and windsurfing. Here, these activities are right on your doorstep.
  • One of the neighbourhood's universally appealing destinations, Flaghead Chine Beach is a Blue Flag holder with long stretches of golden sand. Perfect for a walk, any time of day.
  • When you leave 1 Flaghead Road there are a number of pathways to choose from that will take you there. That's one of the joys of living here: finding new paths to explore, taking shortcuts or enjoying longer leisurely strolls. The Chines of the Dorset coast offer many delights to walkers and the quickest way to reach the beach from Woodlands is to stroll under the towering pines of Flaghead Chine.
  • Canford Cliffs is well situated to explore Dorset and further afield. Woodlands' nearest train station is Branksome Station, a 7-minute drive from the development. From here, regular trains can take you to a matinée show in London or a day's surfing in Cornwall. Major cities such as Bristol, Southampton and Brighton are also easily reachable. International travel is accessible from Bournemouth airport, a 20-minute drive away. Ferries from Sandbanks run at regular intervals, so you can explore the coast's ports and bays on a day out.

Additional information

  • Canford Cliffs is a place where the elements meet. Dorset pines grow amid the dappled light, their roots deep in sandy soil while their trunks are weathered by salt spray and spring rains. The scenery is woven with chines, the dense green valleys carved by ancient streams and rivulets, which lead down to golden beaches and the expanse of the English Channel.
  • To those in the know, this coastal town is one of Dorset's best-kept secrets. Locals and astute holidaymakers alike have always loved the area, but it is those who live here all year round who benefit most from the changeable and varied landscape. From pine trees dusted in snow, to the flowering woodland floor, to the summer sun glistening over the waves, nature offers something new to delight in every day. Along the beachfront, wooden beach huts look out over the surf. Where the line of huts ends, the sand meets a parting in the trees that reveals Flaghead Chine Road. This half-hidden path meanders under the branches towards the town. At the end of the path, the leaves part again to reveal Woodlands, a unique place to experience all the area has to offer.
  • Emerging from the extraordinary landscape, its front gate is on the latch and swings open onto a path that winds through a lush garden of maritime wildflowers and mature trees. Innovative architecture rises from the flourishing greenery and large windows overlook the gardens. The result is a space that truly represents the blend of elements found in this part of Dorset.
  • EPC Rating = B