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Rosemount Road, Alum Chine, Bournemouth, Dorset

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A grand, stylish 5 double bedroom family home. Immaculately kept with a perfect mix of modern and classic. Over 3600 sq ft of property with 5 reception rooms, 5 bathrooms, off road parking for 4 cars and a private South facing garden. The property is a 5 minute stroll through the chine to the beach.
The property is over 3 floors in a perfect quiet cul-de-sac location close to the beach, ideal for growing children. Both parents and children have their own space and peace due to the wonderful flow of the house and the choice of reception rooms. Yet all come together in the 40ft long kitchen/breakfast room/casual dining.
There is so much that is special about this property that it is hard what to omit in our descriptions but highlights must be the sheer size and height of each of the rooms, the engineered oak throughout most of the ground floor, the original floorboards in the dining room, the stunning kitchen in black granite, the main bedroom suite with dressing room and ensuite and the magnificent staircase with original stained glass ½ landing window, the fully fitted study. In the summer the focal point is the garden room with its stone tiled floors, skylight and bi fold and tri fold doors that open out so that you feel you are already in the garden.

In winter the house is just as perfect with a new log burner in the living room and an open fire in the dining room.

The 1st floor has the first 3 bedrooms, the dressing room and 3 bathrooms, 2 ensuite. The 2nd floor has 2 further ensuite bedrooms but one of which is really a studio retreat and this floor would make ideal teenager space or a relative’s annexe.

Much of the property has been renovated over the last 10 years: complete new roof, new windows to the back of the house to ground and first floor level, plantation shutters also at ground and first floor level, 3 boilers with temperature controls relevant to each floor, new log burner, new summerhouse, recent redecoration.

There is so much to see in this wonderful property.
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Freehold
Annual Council Tax: Band G £ 2,704.70 payable
Connectivity: Currently set up to BT, however Sky and most other providers available
TV: BT, Sky and most other providers available
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating: (Band E) 43
Environmental Impact Rating: (Band F) 37
Gas central heating with 3 boilers, individually temperature controlling the 3 floors
4 off road parking spaces
Property size: Approx 3,618 sq ft (335 sqm)
Plot size: Approx 4,397 sq ft (408 sqm)

The property sits towards the end of Rosemount Road which is a cul de sac ensuring a tranquil environment. At this end of the road is a path leading down through the chine, a beautiful dog walk in itself and only 5 minutes to the Alum Chine beach. Turn right and you have the perfect Sunday morning or summer’s evening stroll along the beachfront or promenade to Sandbanks, taking in a coffee or something stronger at the Branksome Beach restaurant or Jazzy’s cafe. There are 7 miles of these award-winning beaches to explore. Even during the Bournemouth Air Show or all the summer fireworks, when parking for the beach is at premium you can stroll down trying to hide your secretly smug feeling.
Now you are in Sandbanks, you can look across the whole of Poole Harbour which is the 2nd biggest natural harbour in the world and a safe haven for both mega yachts and pleasure boats with numerous marinas and moorings. Sailing events and clubs abound and this is one of the UK hubs for windsurfing and kitesurfing. You can see many a champion in these sports practicing in the harbour or off the beach. It is acclaimed as the one of the safest locations to teach children. And of course, Poole Harbour is home to Sunseeker yachts and the RNLI. Why stop at Sandbanks? Catch the chain ferry to Studland, gaze at some of the extraordinary seafront properties, and then explore the Purbeck Hills and get up close and personal with the famous Old Harry Rocks. The Purbeck Hills shield the area and give Poole and Bournemouth its Riviera microclimate.
Now you are in Sandbanks, you can look across the whole of Poole Harbour which is the 2nd biggest natural harbour in the world and a safe haven for both mega yachts and pleasure boats with numerous marinas and moorings. Sailing events and clubs abound and this is one of the UK hubs for windsurfing and kitesurfing. You can see many a champion in these sports practicing in the harbour or off the beach. It is acclaimed as the one of the safest locations to teach children. And of course, Poole Harbour is home to Sunseeker yachts and the RNLI. Why stop at Sandbanks? Catch the chain ferry to Studland, gaze at some of the extraordinary seafront properties, and then explore the Purbeck Hills and get up close and personal with the famous Old Harry Rocks. The Purbeck Hills shield the area and give Poole and Bournemouth its Riviera microclimate.
While in Studland, it is treat to go to the Pig on the Beach restaurant and you mustn’t miss the Beer Festival at the Bankes Arms. Whilst mixing the sea and dining, if you are a boat owner the trip to Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight is made even more worthwhile with a visit to Saltys Seafood Restaurant. Closer to home as we are talking eating, there are a fantastic range of restaurants and pubs close at hand to your home, none closer than The Edge, a penthouse restaurant in the clouds overlooking the sea just a couple of minutes’ walk away. In Canford Cliffs village, take in the ever-popular Cliff gastro pub. The Plantation also in the village never disappoints and it takes dogs which is a serious plus for those of us who love our dogs and pints in equal measure. The exotic Koh Nai in Liiliput serves Thai Tapas. And for special occasions Rick Stein harbour front restaurant is not to be missed.
Westbourne, a suburb between Poole and Bournemouth is just a few minutes’ walk away and serves all your shopping needs as well as having an eclectic mix of coffee shops, bars and eateries. Westbourne has an M&S food store and both Tesco and Lidl are within walking distance.

I guess there is work too. Within a mile you are on the Wessex Way with at least dual carriageway to the New Forest, Southampton and the UK motorway network. Bournemouth International Airport is the fastest growing in the UK and Bournemouth Railway Station has direct routes to London and Manchester.
And school as well. We are happy to give you an insight into the schools but at Primary level Courthill 1st and St Michaels Primary are recommended. The Grammar schools of Poole and Bournemouth are exceptionally good. And the private schools of Dumpton and Castle Court at primary level and Canford, Bryanston and Clayesmore at secondary level all run bus services from near Rosemount Road.
This area is a lifestyle choice.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room—12.49m x 3.75m (46.8 sqm)
The kitchen and breakfast room run from the entrance hall to the rear of the property with oak engineered wood flooring continuing from the hallway. Double glazed windows and door to the rear look over and give access to the garden. 2 double glazed windows over the worktops. Cream kitchen cupboards to the walls and floor and island with black granite worktops and pop-up power point. Lighting to the top and bottom of the wall units. Inset spotlights and a chandelier to the ceiling. Space for large American style fridge freezer. Built in dishwasher and 5 burner range cooker inset into the units with decorative surround and mosaic tiled splashbacks and extractor above. 2 radiators.
Drawing Room—6.21m x 4.30m (26.7 sqm)
The drawing room is open to the hallway and the kitchen and has engineered oak flooring. Painted plaster walls with a magnificent open fireplace with log burner. Inset spotlights, large double glazed windows and patio doors to the far end of the room look over the garden 3 radiators.
Entrance Hall—4.69m x 3.88m (18.1 sqm)
The large entrance hall leads from the entrance porch and into the main living areas of the ground floor. Engineered oak flooring in the hallway runs through most of the ground floor. Painted plaster walls and radiator.
Study—3.80m x 3.30m
(12.5 sqm)
The study has engineered oak wood flooring continued from the hallway, painted plaster walls and bay windows with white wood shutters. Built in solid oak shelving, cupboards and units. Radiator.
Dining Room—6.10m x 4.34m (26.4 sqm)
The dining room has engineered oak wood flooring and painted plaster walls. Beuatiful working marble fireplace and wall and inset spotlights. Large bay windows with white wood shutters. 3 radiators.
Garden Room—4.07m x 3.11m (12.6 sqm)
The garden room has stone tiled floors, painted plaster walls, inset spotlights and skylight to the roof. Fold away double glazed doors to 2 walls leading into the garden. Radiator.
Master Bedroom—5.08m x 4.19m (21.2 sqm)
The master bedroom has fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Large double glazed windows look over the garden with a fitted curtains. Feature fireplace to the chimney breast and 2 radiators.
Dressing Room—3.82m x 3.72m (14.2sqm)
Dressing room leads through the opening from the master bedroom. Fitted carpets continue from the bedroom and large double glazed window looking over the garden. Large natural wood wardrobes and radiator.
Master En-Suite—3.70m x 2.31m (8.5 sqm)
The master en-suite bathroom leads through the opening from the dressing room. Divided into 2 areas with the bath with waterfall shower corner and toilet to one side and washbasin to the other. Carpeted with double glazed obscure window and radiator.
Landing—3.17m x 2.45m (7.7 sqm)
The stairs and first floor landing has new fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Large stained glass windows to the outside wall fill the stairwell and landing with natural light. White painted banisters with varnished wood handrails to the stairs and radiator.
Bedroom 2—6.10m x 4.36m
(26.5 sqm)
Bedroom 2 has fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Large bay windows to the front of the house and a smaller side window all fitted with white wood shutters. 2 radiators.
Bedroom 2 En-Suite—2.78m x 1.78m (4.9 sqm)
The en-suite bathroom to the second bedroom is carpeted with part tiled painted plaster walls. White bath with shower over and glass screen, toilet and washbasin. Double glazed obscure window, towel radiator.
Bedroom 3—4.72m x 3.53m (16.6 sqm)
Bedroom 3 has fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Large windows to the front and small side window all with fitted white wood shutters.
Shower Room—2.52m x 2.23m (5.6 sqm)
The family shower room is carpeted with painted plaster walls. Obscure double glazed window, glass shower enclosure, white toilet and wash basin. Towel radiator.
2nd Landing—3.09m x 2.45m (7.5 sqm)
Stairs and landing to the second floor has fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Large obscure glass windows to the outside wall fill the stairwell and landing with light. The landing is walled over the stairs with a window overlooking the stairwell.
Bedroom 4—5.04m x 6.82m (34.3 sqm)
Bedroom 4 has fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Window, small cast iron fireplace and 2 radiators.
Bedroom 4 En-suite—2.24m x 2.21m (4.9 sqm)
The en-suite shower room to bedroom 4 is carpeted with part tiled painted plaster walls. Obscure double glazed window. Glass shower enclosure, white toilet and wash basin.
Towel radiator.
Bedroom 5/Studio Retreat —6.92m x 3.65m (25.2 sqm)
A huge fifth bedroom set out as a bedroom/TV room. Fitted carpets and painted plaster walls. Dormer window and skylight window with sea glimpses. Dressing area to the side.
Rear Garden
Very private rear garden part laid to lawn with mature plants, trees and bushes. Part wooden decking wrapping around the rear of the house. Shed and summer house.

Available – 2017-07-14 00:00:00
Type – Furnished/Un Furnished
Rent Frequency – Monthly –

Essential Information

FEATURE 1
Grand 5 double bedroom 3 story large family home of over 3600 sq ft.
FEATURE 2
Very private South facing garden with decking, summer house and shed
FEATURE 3
Stunning garden room with stone tiled floor and bi-fold doors
FEATURE 4
Over 40ft long kitchen/breakfast room with utility room
FEATURE 5
Open fire in the dining room
FEATURE 6
New log burner in the drawing room
FEATURE 7
Altogether 5 reception rooms and 5 bathrooms
FEATURE 8
3 boilers with temperature control for each floor
FEATURE 9
Just a short 5 minute stroll to the beach through the chine
FEATURE 10
Call Anderson Reid on 01202 429858 to arrange a viewing or go online at www.andersonreid.com

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