Forest Lodge, 16 Burton Road, BH13Offers over £350,000
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If you are looking for a second home retreat or main residence this could be the one for you!
Walking in to this apartment you are greeted by a tastefully decorated hallway with plenty of storage. If you love to entertain and socialise you will love the modern open plan kitchen/diner/lounge with high ceiling and a door onto the garden. The kitchen has been finished to a high standard with built in appliances including double oven and microwave. The remainder of the room lends itself well for dining and lounging. The 'wow' factor has to be the large 'L' shaped private South facing garden with a large timber decked patio ideal for BBQ'S and a generous lawned area perfect for dogs, children or if you are green fingered a perfect blank canvass to use your imagination.
Moving back into the apartment you have the Master bedroom with bult in wardrobes and a modern en suite shower room. The second bedroom is a double too. There is a contemporary main family bathroom.
You have a garage with an allocated parking space in front of it.
You couldn't be better located with this apartment in one direction you can walk to Westbourne with its array of fashionable bars, trendy cafes, boutique shops and shopping facilities. In the other direction you can find the award winning flag ship beaches boasting 7 miles of sandy bays. Branksome and Bournemouth train stations are in easy reach with direct routes to Winchester, Southampton and Waterloo, London making this property a commuters dream. Both Poole and Bournemouth town centres are also nearby. This character converted building consists of just 6 flats and a house and is set in beautifully maintained communal grounds.
''We bought the property 3 years ago, as I had holidayed here as a child and passed on my love of the area to my own family.
We loved the tree lined avenues of Branksome Park and the flat was perfectly positioned to take advantage of the beach, together with the restaurants and pubs of Penn Hill, Canford Cliffs and Westbourne. The flats fusion of Victorian high ceilings with the benefits of a modern refurbishment was very appealing.
We have particularly loved the south facing garden and spend a lot of time drinking coffee and enjoying family mealtimes on the decking. The garden is surrounded by trees, giving it a beautiful backdrop and we will miss that when we move on.''
Based on a sale price of £350,000 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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