Description This impressive penthouse apartment occupies the entire top floor of Parkside extending to approximately 1,598 sq ft with direct lift access and two roof terraces, enjoying beautiful views across Poole Park boating lake, the harbour and Purbeck Hill beyond.
On entering the apartment from the lift, you are greeted by a large reception hall with oak flooring and doors to adjoining rooms.
The main living room with continuous oak flooring and an attractive fireplace has three sets of doors opening to two separate part-enclosed roof terrace enjoying the surrounding distant views.
Double interconnecting doors open to the kitchen/dining room offering a selection of fitted shaker style units, with integrated appliances and central island complete with granite work surfaces.
An inner lobby give access to the main bedroom benefiting from a fully tiled en-suite shower room, with views from the bedroom window and separate door to one of the adjoining roof terraces.
At this end of the apartment you also have the third bedroom and fully tiled family bathroom.
From the main reception hall, you have the second bedroom with fully tiled en-suite shower room and a separate study or storeroom.
A further inner lobby has a built-in storage cupboard, entry phone system and door to the main staircase, providing a separate entrance to the apartment.
Parkside was built in 2004 and is set in well maintained communal grounds incorporating residents and guest parking.
The penthouse is also conveyed with two allocated parking spaces and a large private outside storage cupboard.
Tenure: Share of freehold (999 years from new).
Service charge: Approximately Â£1,558 per annum.
â¢ Substantial penthouse apartment
â¢ Approximately 1,598 sq ft
â¢ Views over Poole Park boating lake
â¢ Large living room with fireplace
â¢ Fully equipped kitchen/dining room
â¢ Three double bedrooms
â¢ Study/store room
â¢ Two en-suite shower rooms
â¢ Family bathroom
â¢ Two parking spaces
â¢ Private store cupboard
Poole is home to the second largest natural harbour in the world after Sydney and has been a working port for hundreds of years. Its quayside entertainment has grown to accommodate a centre of commerce, cafes and nightlife. Poole Park is a delightful area with two lakes, a miniature railway, ice rink, play areas, restaurant, cafes and benefits from an outdoor area for people of all ages.
Ashley Cross is a vibrant area of Poole, known for its picturesque green and interesting collection of specialist shops, boutiques, bars and bistros.
It also offers great connections with its main rail-links to Southampton and London, as well as the ferry crossings to the continent, whilst Bournemouth international airport maintains any international business links you might require. View more View less