Newton Road, Canford Cliffs, POOLE, Dorset
Property SummaryAn extremely rare character semi-detached house, being one of a pair believed to date from the 1930s. It would be ideal for anybody downsizing and who would like to be within an easy level walk of Canford Cliffs shopping parade. It offers a very attractive alternative to flat dwelling with a super garden, an individual garage and of course its own front door.
Anybody needing a second home might find this package very attractive given the relatively close proximity of beaches and the leisure amenities for which the area is well known.
The accommodation is set out over two floors with three bedrooms and two receptions, which would benefit from remodelling and updating. The corner bay is an attractive feature which the Sitting Room and Master Bedroom both benefit from.
The front of the property benefits from a cottage garden with a traditional lawn bordered by mature shrubs and a block paved drive leads to a detached garage with a separate (but attached) conservatory to the rear. The rear garden is landscaped with mainly paving and a variety of planted beds and border not to mention a water feature.
The house falls within a particularly pretty part of Canford Cliffs village as well as the Canford Cliffs Conservation Area. As a result many of the areas’ original character properties can be seen nearby.
The house is in fact one of a pair of semi-detached dwellings, which turn a corner onto
De Mauley Road. Both properties are currently in the same ownership so could be acquired as a pair, if required.
Please see our other listing for details of the adjoining property.