End of terrace house with great potential
Savills are delighted to offer for sale this spacious Neo Georgian, end of terrace house boasting three bedrooms and a great garden, positioned approximately 200 metres from Whitecliff Park and the inner harbour.
Wedgwood Drive has become one of the most sought after developments within BH14. The properties are situated across the road from the park, water and the very popular Parkstone Bay Marina. In addition the local amenities of Lilliput and Whitecliff are conveniently close by. The whole development is meticulously maintained including the stunning communal lawns and flower beds which are looked after on a weekly basis by the reputable Edens Landscapes.
Internally this property offers an exceptional, wide entrance hallway allowing access to all rooms. There is a well-appointed kitchen, separate dining room, a wonderfully proportioned and cosy living room plus a downstair WC. The kitchen and dining room are currently separate but could be knocked through together to make one large open plan space. Both of these rooms benefit from doors leading to the sunny garden.
Upstairs the landing is a generous size with airing cupboard and three bedrooms. Bedroom one and two are an excellent size with fitted wardrobes, and a pleasant outlook over the communal gardens and rear garden. Bedroom three is a perfect children's room, home office or nursery. In addition there is large family bathroom which is well looked after.
The property is conveyed with a single garage in a block close by to the house (the garage is on the end of the block).
This property really needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated for its potential, space and the lifestyle on offer.
NB Photographs taken September 2023.
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For me, Wedgwood Drive has it all, peace and quiet yet only moments away from the park and the water which I think is super important. There are also many great coffee shops locally and the marina across the road is a very trendy place to be in the summer!Sean GibsonProperty agent