Wedgwood Drive, Poole, Dorset, BH14 8EX | Property for sale | Savills
1,126 sq ft(104.61 sq m)
Guide price £489,950(€558,646)

Wedgwood DrivePoole, Dorset, BH14 8EX

    Key features

    • Extremely sought after location
    • Positioned approximately 200m from Whitecliff harbour side park
    • Potential to modernise
    • Quiet and peaceful location within Wedgwood Drive
    • Bright and spacious throughout

    End of terrace house with great potential

    About this property

    • 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.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    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

    Local information

    • This location 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.
    • Whitecliff Park is only approximately 160 metres away and benefit from a children's play park, football pitches and is a good area for dog walkers. There is also delightful walk/cycle route along the shoreline of Poole Harbour to Baiter, Poole Park and historic Poole Quay.
    • The Parkstone Bay Marina is situated within the heart of Poole Harbour, located approximately 650 metres from the property and offers a great number of facilities from boat lifting, towing, berthing and fuel services.
    • The high regarded South Deep Café and restaurant is also within the marina and has a lovely waterfront location. The restaurant is extremely popular and benefits from both indoor and outdoor seating, whilst maximising the scenic views of Parkstone Bay and Poole Harbour. The restaurant also hosts special seasonal events and fashion shows, that have proven to be very popular.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Whitecliff Park 200 metres
    • Poole Harbour 550 metres
    • Parkstone Bay Marina 650 metres
    • Parkstone Yacht Club 0.5 mile
    • Ashley Cross Amenities 0.7 mile
    • Lilliput shops 0.7 mile
    • Poole centre 1.5 mile
    • Sandbanks 2 miles
    • Bournemouth centre 5 miles
    • Bournemouth Airport 13 miles
    • London 115 miles (2 hours by train)
    • All times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • There is an annual charge of £600.00 per annum towards the maintenance of the communal grounds and painting of the properties.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E