Chaddesley Glen, Sandbanks, Poole

£495,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 3271
  • Type: Semi-Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • Sandbanks location
  • Two bedroom terraced bungalow
  • Set in a gated development
  • Walking distance to beach
  • Panoramic sea/harbour views

Property Summary

The property is situated on the front line with unobstructed sea and harbour views looking over the entrance to Poole
Harbour which is regarded as the largest natural harbour in the United Kingdom, being renowned for its water sports and boating facilities which creates an ever changing view from the property.

Full Details

The property is situated minutes from Sandbanks Blue Flag beach and close to the ferry at Sandbanks which takes you over to Shell Bay, Swanage and the Jurassic coastline where you are spoilt for breathtaking walks and cycling routes along its dramatic scenery.

Locally you are spoilt for choice for boating clubs and Salterns Marina in Lilliput which is a few minutes down the road, along with the championship Parkstone Golf Course close by, along with easy access to the local restaurants bars and eateries nearby.

This is an extremely rare opportunity to purchase a freehold terraced bungalow set in a gated development. The property has its own entrance, two bedrooms (one with a fitted wardrobe), modern fitted kitchen and bathroom and open plan living space. There is a patio and garden area and enclosed sun terrace/conservatory overlooking the harbour.

The property also benefits from uPVC double glazing and would make a perfect ‘lock up and leave’ holiday home.

There is a garage conveyed with the property in a block at the rear of the gated development along with an allocated parking space.

A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the stunning location views of this property.


Sandbanks location
Two bedrooms
Gated development
Walking distance to beach
Panoramic sea/harbour views