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Property for sale sandbanks property A Superior and elegant development of six bespoke homes in suburban Poole, Dorset. Take a Tour

Location

The Spur is ideally located to provide the ultimate in local, beach, park and town life.

Penn Hill and surrounding area has been relentlessly on the up-and-up for the last five years. This area has well and truly arrived. It is now home to some of the nest properties in the BH postcode as well as a dazzling array of quality restaurants, artesian bakeries, independent businesses, bars and stylish boutiques.

Just a short 10-minute walk and you will find yourself in Canford Cliffs and Sandbanks; another two prestigious areas. Here you can discover award-winning beaches and everything that goes with it from water-sports, paddle-boarding and a thriving boat scene, alongside destination restaurants, cosy coffee shops, high-end jewellers and five-star hotels.

If you love being outdoors and the beach in particular, you can head to Sandbanks whenever the whim takes you. From here you can explore Brownsea Island which is owned by the National Trust.

The nearby parks are an amazing place to experience the great outdoors, offering miles of scenic paths and trails, as well as various open spaces for you to enjoy.

If culture is your vice, Poole Lighthouse with over 200 events and shows a year is less than three miles away. From music to comedy, this arts and entertainment hub has attracted some of the greatest names.

For the golf enthusiast, Parkstone Golf Club, which is one of the best known and finest courses on the South Coast (ranked in the top 100 golf courses in GreatBritain and Ireland by both Golf Monthly and Golf World magazines) is less than a mile away from The Spur.

Penn Hill has fast become one of the most desirable postcodes in the county, having Canford Cliffs and Sandbanks as neighbours it doesn’t get better.

Whatever your lifestyle, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to spending quality time on your own doorstep.

Penn Hill and surrounding area has been relentlessly on the up-and-up for the last five years. This area has well and truly arrived. It is now home to some of the nest properties in the BH postcode as well as a dazzling array of quality restaurants, artesian bakeries, independent businesses, bars and stylish boutiques.

Just a short 10-minute walk and you will find yourself in Canford Cliffs and Sandbanks; another two prestigious areas. Here you can discover award-winning beaches and everything that goes with it from water-sports, paddle-boarding and a thriving boat scene, alongside destination restaurants, cosy coffee shops, high-end jewellers and five-star hotels.

If you love being outdoors and the beach in particular, you can head to Sandbanks whenever the whim takes you. From here you can explore Brownsea Island which is owned by the National Trust.

The nearby parks are an amazing place to experience the great outdoors, offering miles of scenic paths and trails, as well as various open spaces for you to enjoy.

If culture is your vice, Poole Lighthouse with over 200 events and shows a year is less than three miles away. From music to comedy, this arts and entertainment hub has attracted some of the greatest names.
For the golf enthusiast, Parkstone Golf Club, which is one of the best known and finest courses on the South Coast (ranked in the top 100 golf courses in GreatBritain and Ireland by both Golf Monthly and Golf World magazines) is less than a mile away from The Spur.

Penn Hill has fast become one of the most desirable postcodes in the county, having Canford Cliffs and Sandbanks as neighbours it doesn’t get better.

Whatever your lifestyle, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to spending quality time on your own doorstep.

By Car

You can be in central Poole in 10 minutes as well as Bournemouth town centre in the opposite direction. Both are key shopping districts, with restaurants and eateries, coffee shops, beauty salons, bars and more

By Train

The Spur resides in one of the best-connected areas of Poole. The area is served by two train stations, Parkstone and Branksome, as well as the mainline station in Poole itself.

These excellent transport links allow you to be in London for business or pleasure in less than two hours.

By Boat

Days out on the water couldn’t be easier. You can moor your own boat at Salterns Marina or Parkstone Yacht Club.

There are also daily crossings from Poole to France; Poole to Cherbourg is one of the shortest crossings from Poole making it an especially Expedient choice. Time on the water is the very epitome of what Poole has to offer.

School Catchment

Poole and Bournemouth are home to a huge array of leading schools and Higher-education colleagues, with many achieving an outstanding status by OFSTED. There is a fantastic balance of state and private schools on offer.

Higher Education

School Catchment Poole and Bournemouth are home to a huge array of leading schools and Higher-education colleagues, with many achieving an outstanding status by OFSTED. There is a fantastic balance of state and private schools on offer.Bournemouth and Poole College is setting a precedent in the local area for its vast array of courses and five-star teaching. Whether you have children moving into highereducation or you wish to study or develop a new interest there are hundreds of acclaimed courses to choose from.

Bournemouth University is a thriving campus with a huge array of successes to its name. The University received a silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework; a government assessment of the quality of undergraduate teaching in universities and other higher education providersin England.

Leisure

A plethora of arts and entertainment are on your doorstep; Bournemouth International Centre, the Pavilion and Poole Lighthouse with hundreds of live acts, comedians and household names coming to the area each year.

Your destination for food, film and fun awaits at the BH2 complex. Over 10 different restaurants from Miller and Carter Steakhouse to Prezzo, the Real Greek and Five Guys, this new entertainment complex with state-of-the-art 10 screen multiplex Odeon cinema has transformed Bournemouth and is yours to enjoy as a resident in the area.

Gyms, parks and marinas are within a few miles of The Spur meaning you are ideally placed to live life to the full and enjoy the very best of south coast living.

Each home is distinctive in design with plenty of natural light, a meticulous finish and an envious postcode

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