St Margaret’s Road is perfectly located in Sterte just a few minutes away from the A350. Number 27, a beautiful red bricked terraced property boasts all the qualities that one expects from a Victorian property. South facing lawned private garden to the rear of the property with access to the parking.
This wonderful Victorian two bedroom terraced property is full of stunning original features. It is perfectly located in Sterte within close proximity to Poole Town Centre, Holes Bay, Baiter Park and just a few minutes drive away to the A350 which is hugely convenient for people that need to commute. The house sits in a quiet road in the popular area of Poole.
As you enter the property you are greeted by a very convenient porch which is ideal for rainy days. With the lounge doorway on the right and the stairs leading up to the first floor landing in front of you, you automatically feel the pleasant ambience of the property.
The original wooden flooring throughout the ground floor is complimented by the main focal points of the open plan living and dining area which are the two original brick fireplaces, complete with cast iron log burner perfect for cosy winter evenings. The large bay windows and high ceilings along with the other amazing features of the room create a stylish yet comfortable room. With the dining area being open plan this creates the perfect area to entertain guests.
The galley kitchen is accessed from the lounge. With fully integrated appliances, this bespoke country style kitchen complete with Belfast ceramic sink. This kitchen really is a pleasure to cook in. Larder storage under the stairs accessible from the kitchen.
The utility room is accessed via the kitchen and it has enough space for a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer etc. perfect for every domestic goddess.
The downstairs WC, with sink, is also accessed via the kitchen along with the rear lobby which is a pleasant room with a patio door leading through to the garden.
Up the stairs to the landing where the 2 bedrooms and the bathroom can be found.
The Master bedroom has professionally stripped original wooden flooring in a warm oak, which the light bounces off when it comes through the large bay windows. This ensures the room has a light and airy feel. There is plenty of storage for his and her clothes in the fully fitted bespoke Walnut wardrobes which are neatly fitted to the right side of the original brick chimney breast. To the left of the chimney in the most exquisite solid wooden bookcase, perfect for an autobiography and more.
Bedroom number 2 is a generous double size, neutrally decorated, with a large window and fully carpeted throughout.
The family bathroom is accessed via the upstairs landing also, light, bright in neutral colours with a white bathroom suite.
Sterte is a quiet residential area in Poole Dorset. It is directly next to Poole Stadium and Holes Bay.
Poole is definitely ‘the coast with the most’ with a huge variety of fantastic beaches, activities, attractions and places to visit within this large coastal town and seaport on the south coast of England.
With Sandbanks Beach within a few minutes drive away for relaxed afternoons either watching jet ski’s and boats on the open water or for a leisurely stroll along the promenade. The huge variety of restaurants and bars throughout Poole and surrounding areas ensure that there is always something different on the menu.
Poole town centre is literally just a few minutes away for total shopping convenience, and Castlepoint shopping centre is 20 minutes away on the A350 where some of the countries leading high street stores are based.
Poole Quay is perfect for families and couples, with boat trips to Brownsea Island to see the rare species of squirrels all year around.
With the best children nurseries and schools right on your doorstep such as Tops on Denmark Lane, Cuddles and Rainbow Day Nursey to choose from when they first start into the world of education through to schools such as St Mary’s catholic primary, Oakdale Junior School, Longfleet church of England and St Edwards and also Poole High School which is literally just around the corner this really does make the family life a lot easier.
Living room 3.8m x 3.6m (13.7sqm)
Beautiful and spacious living room, with original floorboards. Original brick chimney breast is a lovely feature to the room and when you light the log burner, it creates a nice cosy atmosphere.
Bay double glazed window make sure plenty of light gets into the room, number of sockets, Tv input and a wall mounted radiator in place.
Dining room 3.9m x 3.5m (13.7sqm)
Open plan dining room to the living area with original floorboards, original brick chimney breast used as a wood storage for the stove in living room. Space for an office desk next to the double glazed window, number of sockets and a wall mounted radiator in place.
Kitchen 2.6m x 2.5m (6.5sqm)
Lovely bright kitchen that benefits from under stairs storage space on one side and utility room on the other side. Lightwood lower and upper kitchen units with wooden work top, ceramic sink, built in dishwasher, built in oven and grill with 4 ring gas hob and kitchen extractor fan above. Double glazed window and doors to the rear lobby.
Utility room 2.0m x 1.7m (5.4sqm)
Good size utility room with space and pluming for fridge-freezer, washing machine and tumble-dryer. To the side of the utility room you can find a boiler cupboard with some extra storage space and further you can find downstairs loo. Number of sockets and a wall mounted radiator in place.
Rear Lobby2.6m x 1.7m (4.4sqm)
Laminated floor on concreate foundation, double glazed windows and door to access the garden.
Entrance hall has been pushed back to create a good size porch area in front of the house. Original floorboards, carpeted stairs to second floor and wall mounted radiator in place.
Carpeted floor, wooden railing, storage cupboard and wall mounted radiator in place. Loft access from the landingboarded loft space with plenty of storage space.
Bedroom 14.5m x 3.8m (17.1sqm)
Large master bedroom with original floorboards, double glazed bay windows, built in book shelf and wardrobe on sides of the original brick chimney breast. Plenty of space for a dressing cabinet to the side of the room. Due to the bay windows and additional window to the front, there is a flow of light to this room. Number of sockets and a wall mounted radiator in place.
Bedroom 2 3.5m x 3m (10.5sqm)
Good size second bedroom, carpeted floor and double glazed window overlooking the garden. Number of sockets and a wall mounted radiator in place.
Bathroom 2.6m x 2.5m (6.5sqm)
Large family bathroom with tiled floor and partly tiled walls. Corner shower, loo, bathroom and sink all with tiled splashback above. Double glazed window and towel radiator next to it. Spot lights and extractor fan in place.
Garden 12.4m x 4.6m (57sqm)
Good size and well maintained private south facing garden. Ideal outside space for summer BBQ with your friends and family. At the back of the garden you have a parking space for two cars.
Annual Council Tax: Band C £1349.20 payable
Connectivit: currently set up with SKY, however most main providers available
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating: (Band E) 47
Environmental Inmact Rating: (Band E) 43
Gas central heating
New double glazing fitted in 2014
Property size: approximately 84 sq. m.
Garden size: approximately 57 sq. m.
Available – 2017-08-31 00:00:00
Type – Furnished/Un Furnished
Rent Frequency – Monthly –