Brudenell Road, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7NN | Property for sale | Savills
1,159 sq ft(107.67 sq m)
Guide price £725,000(€826,653)

Brudenell RoadPoole, Dorset, BH13 7NN

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Entry phone on arrival
  • Passenger lift to apartment floor
  • Gas central heating
  • UPVC framed double glazed windows
  • Prime residential location

Spacious second floor flat with excellent harbour views.

About this property

  • Waters Edge is a four storey purpose built block of only twelve flats and two penthouses. The development stands in extensive landscaped grounds overlooking Poole Harbour. The iconic Sandbanks Peninsula is approximately 1 mile with multi award winning ' blue flag ' sandy beaches and Poole Harbour famous for all year round water sport activities.

    The property is approached via an entry phone system and a passenger lift. The entrance hall has good built in cupboard space, the large sitting/dining room has a balcony off and has a sunny south/west aspect with stunning open views across the communal grounds towards Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island and the Sandbanks Peninsula. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of modern units with integral appliances. The main bedroom overlooks Poole Harbour with built in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. The second bedroom is also a good size double room with built in wardrobes and there is a family bathroom.

    Outside there is an allocated parking space and a garage conveyed with the flat. The development stands in extensive well landscaped grounds laid mainly to lawn with some mature pine trees.

    NB Photographs taken November 2022

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I love the location of this flat with it being within such a close walk from the famous Sandbanks beaches (approximately 600 metres) and the picturesque Poole (approximately 100 metres) Harbour shoreline.

Keith FensomProperty agent

Local information

  • Sandbanks is a prime coastal residential suburb, located midway between the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth. The area is well known for its natural beauty and micro climate with a reputation for having mild winters and more sunshine than most other parts of the country.
  • Poole Harbour is the second largest natural harbour in the world, whilst Sandbanks has award-winning Blue Flag beaches, and Bournemouth has just over 11km of golden beaches. Located in Dorset, these stars in the county provide an eclectic mix of town, country and coastal living.
  • Along the picturesque shoreline of nearby Poole Harbour are a large number of marinas with sailing and wind/kite surfing facilities. Rick Stein's highly successful signature restaurant on Sandbanks is a favourite with locals and visitors, as well as the other amenities which the area has to offer.
  • There is comprehensive shopping at the local town centres of Poole, Bournemouth and further afield at Southampton and Salisbury.
  • Good local schools are numerous and include Canford School, Bournemouth and Poole Grammar schools, Bournemouth Collegiate, Talbot Heath and Park School.
  • Championship golf is available at Parkstone Golf Course and other local highly regarded clubs at Ferndown and Broadstone.
  • Arts are an important aspect of Poole's creativity and heritage and the area has a strong, developing arts scene. The Lighthouse, which is Poole's Centre for the Arts is the largest regional centre in the UK and home to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Local venues have regularly hosted acclaimed theatre productions as well as high-profile music concerts. Other theatres available are The Pavilion in Bournemouth, The Playhouse Salisbury and the Mayflower in Southampton.
  • Poole is steeped in history and you can get the real essence of the heritage in the Old Town, this is where you will find Poole Museum, which is set in a Victorian quayside warehouse and regularly hosts exhibitions and cultural events.
  • The local area is a haven for nature lovers and there are many events in the area that allow you to experience the richness of wildlife in Poole and Dorset. There are bespoke bird-watching cruises and nature trails to enjoy.
  • The intrinsic desirability of this location is further enhanced by excellent road, rail and air communications. Mainline rail services operate from Bournemouth Station, offering direct South West Trains service to London Waterloo from 2 hours. The port of Poole provides links across the channel to Cherbourg, St Malo and the Channel Islands.
  • Poole Harbour 100 metres
  • Sandbanks beach 600 metres
  • Canford Cliffs shops 0.75 mile
  • Lilliput shops 0.75 mile
  • Westbourne shops 2 miles
  • Poole town centre 3 miles
  • Bournemouth town centre 4 miles
  • Bournemouth Airport 12 miles
  • London 110 miles (2 hours by train)
  • All times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • BCP Council - Council Tax Band F
  • Service Charge - £2,465 per annum
  • Ground Rent - Peppercorn
  • Share of Freehold - Expires June 2158
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: 24/06/2158 (135 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: £2,465.00pa
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: F