Doulton Gardens, Whitecliff, BH14Guide Price £250,000
When you walk into the entrance of this flat you are welcomed by a flood of natural light with tasteful decor and doors to all rooms.
The open plan kitchen/lounge/diner is a great place to socialise and entertain with a modern kitchen and space for dining and lounging furniture. The best part is the double doors that lead onto your own South Westerly facing patio leading onto the commnual lawns ideal for BBQ's and al-fresco dining.
The master bedroom is generous in size with built in wardrobe and a modern en suite shower room. The second bedroom is also a good size double. There is a main modern bathroom and a plenty of built in storage.
The flat comes with one allocated parking space plus plenty of visitor spaces too and a detached brick built secured bike store.
Ideally located with everything in easy reach. You can walk to Whitecliff amenities, the park & Harbour side, Ashley Cross is nearby with its array of amenities, trendy bars and fashionable bistros. Parkstone train station is great for commuters as it offers regular services directly to Waterloo, London. The award winning beaches of Sandbanks are just a short ride/drive away.
''I bought my lovely flat in 2014 to bring up my daughter in a very safe area and catchment of great junior schools. Its been great avoiding school runs and just walking up the road.
Everything is within walking distance even the beach .....Our family has expanded somewhat and we require a few more bedrooms but we will miss our flat as we have great memories here''
Based on a sale price of £250,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculators have been updated following the introduction of a stamp duty holiday until 31st March 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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