Savills | Oratory Gardens, Canford Cliffs, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7HJ | Property for sale
3,149 sq ft(292.55 sq m)
Guide price £1,695,000

Oratory GardensCanford Cliffs, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7HJ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in August 2021
  • Stunning south facing garden with grounds of approximately 0.56 of an acre
  • Single storey annex
  • Potential to remodel or re-build (subject to planning)
  • Sweeping in and out driveway

Spacious modern house set on a large plot in Canford Cliffs.

About this property

  • Oratory Gardens is a quiet cul-de-sac in a prime residential location close to the amenities of Canford Cliffs Village and the famous multi-award winning beaches.

    The house was built in the early 1980's and is located towards the end of the cul-de-sac on the south side. Approached via a loose stone in and out carriage driveway leading to the front door and the reception hall with a galleried landing.

    Double doors lead into the impressive south facing sitting room with a fire place and views across the impressive rear garden. An opening from the sitting room leads to the dining room which in turn has a door to the modern kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. There is also a separate study and a ground floor cloakroom.

    A second front door provides access to a through sun room area having two sets of patio doors to the rear garden and a pair of doors to a large garden/games room with a vaulted ceiling and an integral double garage.

    At first floor level there is a galleried landing and four double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and three bathrooms, two of which are en suite, with the third being a family bathroom off the landing.

    The plot is particular feature of the property extending to just over half an acre and being level with a private and south facing rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn with a woodland area.

    NB Photographs taken Sept 2019

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This has to be one of the best plots I have seen in Canford Cliffs with its open and level south facing garden.

Keith FensomProperty agent

Local information

  • 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.
  • The towns of Poole and Bournemouth are conveniently located for the perfect lifestyle where there is an abundance of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars together with excellent facilities for bathing, windsurfing, jet skiing, golfing and access to the flagship dealership for Sunseeker luxury yachts.
  • You can also catch the daily ferry to Brownsea Island and Swanage which is a gateway town for exploring the Jurassic Coast, a 155km World Heritage Site.
  • Good local schools are numerous and include Canford School, Bournemouth and Poole Grammar schools, Bournemouth Collegiate, Talbot Heath and Park School.
  • Theatres are available at the Poole Lighthouse Theatre, The Pavilion in Bournemouth, The Playhouse Salisbury and the Mayflower in Southampton.
  • Along the picturesque shoreline of nearby Poole Harbour are a large number of marinas with sailing and wind/kite surfing facilities.
  • 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 port of Poole provides links across the channel to Cherbourg, St Malo and the Channel Islands.
  • Canford Cliffs shops 0.5 mile
  • Canford Cliffs beach 0.5 mile
  • Sandbanks 1.25 mile
  • Poole Harbour 1.1 mile
  • Branksome Chine beach 0.5 mile
  • Bournemouth town Centre 3 miles
  • Poole town Centre 4 miles
  • Bournemouth Airport 11 miles
  • London 110 miles (1 hour 50 minutes by train)
  • All times and distances are approximate

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D