3 Seahaven, 70 Banks Road, POOLE, BH13 7QR
- Two Bedrooms
- Two Bathrooms
- First floor
- Fully Furnished
- Allocated parking (one car)
- Walking Distance to Beach
Property SummaryAVAILABLE OCTOBER 2019: SANDBANKS: FULLY FURNISHED: SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT WITH BALCONY: TWO BATHROOMS: ALLOCATED PARKING
MAIN DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE OCTOBER 2019: SANDBANKS PENINSULA: TWO BEDROOM: FULLY FURNISHED: TWO BATHROOMS
The apartment is located on the first floor and offers one spacious double bedroom with en-suite and a good size twin room both with built in wardrobes. The lounge offers ample seating for relaxing, extending on to the balcony overlooking the property's surrounding garden. The well equipped kitchen offers a gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher and an integrated fridge/freezer, plus dining table to seat four people.
The bathroom offers a large bath with shower attachments and the en-suite has a shower and WC. Allocated off road parking and garage available for storage
This property is suitable for working professionals; sharers considered. Pets not allowed.
£1,270.00 (complimentary WIFI) and TV License payable with rent at £12.12 per month. Council tax, gas, electric, water and sewage paid separately. Holding Deposit - £288.46 (refundable or paid towards first month's rent/deposit). Deposit - £1465.38
Council Tax band - D
Please note tenancies will not be renewable past June 2020. Please call us on 01202 296400 to enquire about viewing availability.
LOCATION DESCRIPTION The property is located in Sandbanks, famous for its high property values, you'll find the beach is sandy and flat with shallow waters making it a popular site for water sports, especially windsurfing and parasailing.
Take the chain ferry from Sandbanks to Studland and head up to Old Harry Rocks where you'll be greeted with amazing views of the coastline. On the way back why not stop and quench your thirst in the local pub or even have a spot of lunch.
Poole town centre has an abundance of shops to suit all tastes and budgets. Head down to Poole Quay and you'll find plenty to see and do, play in the amusements, catch the land train or take a boat over to Brownsea Island. The Island is home to the endangered red squirrel and offers lovely walks and views of the harbour. If you fancy going further afield you can even catch a ferry to Jersey. Poole Park offers tennis courts, a miniature railway and an indoor soft play centre for children.
The summer months see Poole come alive with weekly firework displays from the Quay and Sandbanks, speedway events, weekly bike meets- where you can come and find the biker in you and evening boat trips around the harbour.
Head to Bournemouth town centre and you'll find cinemas, the Pavilion theatre, Bournemouth International Centre and a variety of places to eat and drink. Head down to pier approach and you'll find plenty to see and do, if you can manage to tear yourself away from the seven miles of golden sand why not take a stroll on the pier, play in the amusements, go on an underwater adventure at the Oceanarium or even catch the land train to Boscombe. Stroll through Bournemouth gardens and you'll come across mini golf, a bandstand, aviary and the Bournemouth eye, a tethered balloon with large passenger carrier attached which flies high above the skyline and offers spectacular views.
Further afield you'll find the spectacular Jurassic coastline (a world heritage site). Corfe Castle, The New Forest, Swanage and Southampton are all within easy travelling distance for a great day out.