Entrance to the block
As you turn in to Central Park, you can either walk via a pathway to the main entrance or you can drive down to the secure underground garage. Both stairs and a lift is available to all floors.
L shape entrance hall with laminated flooring, entry video phone, radiator and heating control panel.
Bathroom with vinyl flooring and partly tiled walls, shower over bath, toilet, sink and heated towel rail.
Double bedroom with mirrored fitted wardrobe, carpet, double glazed window, thermostatically controlled radiator, TV point.
Double bedroom with large fitted wardrobe with mirror sliding doors, another fitted wardrobe and dressing table, carpeted floor, double glazed window, thermostatically controlled radiator, TV point.
Open plan to the living area dining area. Modern Kitchen with vinyl flooring, plenty of lower and upper white gloss kitchen cupboards, integrated fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washer-dryer, oven, grill, hob with extractor hood above and stainless steel sink.
Carpeted floor, Tv point, thermostatically controlled radiator, large double glazed sliding doors leading on to the 19 ft long balcony.
Central Park is perfectly located for work, fun and sport. Within 2 minutes walk you are in Bournemouth Gardens where you can stroll down to Bournemouth Town Centre within 10 minutes and be on the award winning beaches within 20, where within 100 yards of each other, you can enjoy fish n chips at Harry Ramsdens or fine dine at Westbeach fish restaurant. From there 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. From Sandbanks, you can catch the chain ferry to the Purbeck Hills. There is a large cycling community and Dorset's Jurassic coast is a destination for walkers. And in Bournemouth there are the entertainment centres at the Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth International Centre and lots of cinemas and of course the famous nightlife.
For sports and keeping fit, by the side of the adjacent Meyrick Park golf course is the Merick Park club with gym, swimming pool, studio, wet spa and Pulse Bar. If tennis is your sport there are courts in Bournemouth Gardens and the West Hants Club is close by with indoor and outdoor courts, also a swimming pool, gym, classes, squash and racket ball courts plus restaurant and bar. Work? Maybe you are at LV or Vitality or Nationwide. In which case you can walk to work, plus on rainy days the bus service is excellent to Bournemouth and Poole. 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. Working further afield? Within 5 minutes you are on the Wessex Way with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. Bournemouth railway station has direct routes to London (under 2 hours) and Manchester. And the recently refurbished Bournemouth International Airport is the fastest growing in the UK.
Shopping? Walk into Westbourne to a dedicated M&S food store and a few hundred yards further is a Tesco and a Lidl store. Bournemouth itself is large shopping centre with a mixture of high street names and independent stores. The famous Castlepoint shopping Centre is 3 miles away and for home furnishings, just beyond Tesco's is the Redlands Retail Park with the likes of John Lewis Home, Homebase, Laura Ashley Home, Next Home and Home Bargains. Eating out? Where do you start to describe? Westbourne is full of an eclectic mix of eateries and coffee shops as is Bournemouth and with the new BH2 complex, you have plenty to choose from..
Central Park is just a great place to live.