Beautifully presented five-star 1930s property sleeping eight guests, with spacious grounds which include a private outdoor swimming pool and well-tended lawns, located close to the beach at Sandbanks.
This handsome 1930s detached house with a private outdoor swimming pool is located in the sought-after village of Canford Cliffs just 0.5 miles from the beach. Sleeping eight, its elegant accommodation with a wood burner, contemporary kitchen and delightful sunroom opens through extensive leaded windows and doors onto one acre of well-tended gardens. Stroll to the golden sand beach, catch the ferry to Studland Bay or pop to Poole (4.5 miles) or Bournemouth (3 miles) from this fantastic seaside location.
Inside, great care and attention has been put into creating elegant and spacious accommodation that complements the period of this property. Prepare delicious family meals in the spacious and modern kitchen with stylish units, a breakfast bar and garden views. Enjoy evening meals together in the formal dining room, with its feature fireplace and stained-glass windows. Afterwards, choose between the cosy snug with its Smart TV or the spacious lounge which benefits from a wood burner and TV/DVD and opens onto a sunny conservatory through a beautiful lead-framed patio door. Upstairs are four, well-presented bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and an original Art Deco bathroom. Step outside to explore the impressive grounds with their lawns, terraced seating areas, woodlands and, of course, the heated outdoor swimming pool.
Occupying a sought-after location in the village of Canford Cliffs, this property is just yards from the local tea rooms and convenience stores. Just 0.5 miles away lies the village beach, which boasts golden sand and picturesque wooden huts. 1.5 miles down the beach is the Sandbanks peninsula itself, from which a chain ferry runs across to popular Studland Bay. A little further afield, the seaside towns of Poole and Bournemouth both offer plenty to see and do, including shops, eateries and boat trips across to Brownsea Island.