The covered front entrance to the block leads into the entrance hallway via a secure telephone entry system. The entrance hallway is carpeted throughout and leads through the front waiting area and towards the lift. Up to the 7th floor and through the flat front door.
The hallway runs the length of the flat and leads into all of the rooms, The hallway has fitted carpets and natural light through the obscure glass doors to the lounge and kitchen. 2 single cupboards and 1 double airing cupboard give loads of storage space along the hallway. Radiator.
The cloakroom off the hallway is part tiled to the walls with wood panel flooring and has a toilet and washbasin.
6' 11'' x 5' 3'' (2.1m x 1.6m)
The bathroom is part tiled to the walls with wood panelling to the floor and side of the bath. Large bath with shower over, toilet and washbasin. Extractor fan, radiator.
21' 7'' x 11' 1'' (6.57m x 3.37m)
The large living / dining room is a bright and airy room with floods of light and incredible views through the sliding glass patio doors leading onto the sea view balcony. The room has a central feature mantlepiece with wiring points for 2 wall lights either side. Sky TV and phone connectivity, 2 radiators.
21' 5'' x 4' 7'' (6.53m x 1.4m)
The balcony is incredible, enclosed with glass to both ends and open to the sea air in the centre. Truly impressive panoramic views across the Bournemouth coastline and out to sea. The vendor has laid a bamboo screening to the walls and floor with a raised seating area to one end and raised water feature garden to the other.
14' 8'' x 10' 11'' (4.48m x 3.34m)
Bedroom 1 is a large double bedroom with sliding door built in wardrobes. Large double glazed window with sea views, fitted carpets, radiator
15' 2'' x 9' 2'' (4.62m x 2.8m)
Bedroom 2 is a large double bedroom with sliding door built in wardrobes. Large double glazed window with sea views, fitted carpets, radiator.
14' 10'' x 8' 9'' (4.51m x 2.67m)
The kitchen enjoys the fantastic sea views shared with the balcony across to Old Harry Rocks. The room is part tiled to the walls and wood panelling to the floor, plenty of worktop and cupboard space, large double drainer stainless steel sink with space for appliances. Enviwarm Centralec night storage Boiler for central heating. Wrighton Retro.
To the side of the building is a driveway down to the underground parking. Access via and electronic garage door for security. There is a bike store in the garage. Visitor parking is on the block drive.
Well maintained communal gardens to the rear of the building with a private path and gate to the clifftop.
Without question the location is the key to this flat. Minutes from the heart of Bournemouth, and minutes to the beach via a private path and gate to the cliff top. The town centre is a real shopping hub and there are lots of eateries and coffee shops close by. Bournemouth has its well publicised nightlife and mix of independent shops and all the top High Street brands. Bournemouth and west Cliff beaches are just a few minutes walk away, and part of 7 miles of award winning beaches.
For other entertainment it is a very short walk to the Bournemouth International Centre, the Pavilion Theatre and the cinemas. More adventurous? Then walk along the prom past some wonderful beachside restaurants to the famous Sandbanks beaches. You catch the chain ferry there to Studland and the Purbeck Hills, which shelter the area and give Bournemouth its wonderful microclimate.
For shopping, there is M&S Food in Westbourne. Just beyond that is Tesco and Lidl with a new Aldi soon to open at Redlands Retail Park, which has major stores such as John Lewis Home, Next Home, Home Bargains and Homebase. For fashion shopping the close by top end of Bournemouth has Zara and Primark or catch a bus to the famous Castlepoint Shopping Centre for the likes of M&S, Asda, Sainsbury, Next and Topshop.
Sport is brilliantly catered for with tennis within walking distance in the Bournemouth Gardens. Again walk to the cliff top to the Argyll Gardens Bowling Club. The area is rich in golf courses-public courses in Bournemouth are at Meyrick Park and Queens Park or Parkstone Golf Club is in the top 100 courses in the UK. The popular Hallmark Health Club is within walking distance or DW Fitness is at Redlands Retail Park. You can walk along the beach or the prom all the way to the famous Sandbanks beaches, on the edge of Poole Harbour, the 2nd largest natural harbour in the world and haven to boats of all sizes as well as being a UK hub for windsurfing and kitesurfing. There is a large cycling community and Dorset’s Jurassic coast is a destination for walkers. Work? Maybe you are at LV or Vitality or Nationwide. In which case you can walk to work. The area has become a significant employer in the South of England. As well as the companies I have just mentioned, the headquarters of JP Morgan, RNLI ,Sunseeker Marine, Barclays International and Merlin Entertainments are all based locally.
Travel further afield, for work or pleasure is easy. Within 1/4 mile you are on the Wessex Way where there is at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and London. Bournemouth Railway station is about a mile with direct routes to London and Manchester. There is also a National Express centre adjacent to the train station. Bournemouth International Airport is less than 3 miles away.
Avon House is both a spectacular place to live as well being very convenient.