BEDROOMS - Double Bedroom (with King Size bed) located on the ground floor (this bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a corner bath, shower facility and a toilet) - Double Bedroom - Twin Bedroom. There is a spacious lounge/diner with a FLATSCREEN TV - FREEVIEW - FREE WIFI (subject to availability from Internet Service Provider). You will find patio doors in the lounge leading to the garden. The property benefits from a modern kitchen (fitted in 2019) with a GAS HOB - ELECTRIC OVEN - WASHING MACHINE - DISHWASHER - FRIDGE/FREEZER - MICROWAVE. Upstairs is a modern bathroom (fitted in 2018) with a bath, separate shower cubicle and a toilet. There is a separate toilet on the ground floor. At the rear of the property there is a patio area and steps down to a lawned garden. This accommodation has parking in the drive for two cars. Linen & towels included for holiday lets are provided by Resort 2 Us. EPC GRADE - D.
GAS/ELECTRIC - INCLUDED.
This chalet bungalow, which was modernised in 2018 to a high standard throughout, is situated in a residential street in Upton in Poole. Upton is situated on the outskirts of Poole town centre.
Approximately two miles away from the bungalow is Hamworthy park, which sits on Poole Harbour and is made up of Hamworthy beach, a large, green open space, a children's play area and a large, seasonal paddling pool. In the other direction approximately one and a half miles away is Upton Country Park and you can also reach the park by foot which takes approx. ten minutes via a footpath in Allens Road. Upton Country Park has over 140 acres of beautiful award-winning gardens, open parkland, woodland and shoreline, with stunning Georgian Grade II listed Upton House as the centrepiece. The Park also includes The Peacock Tearooms and Art Gallery, the walled garden with splash fountain, natural play areas, plant sales and an education programme. Poole town centre is a short drive away and is host to the Dolphin Shopping Centre which has a fantastic variety of big high street names as well as great local independent stores. Whilst you are in Poole you could take a stroll along the quay. For the kids why not have a go at Poole Tourism’s Treasure Hunt while exploring Poole Quay and Old Town. Other activities include crab lining, boat spotting and playing ball games in Harbourside Park. A visit to the local history Poole Museum is a must on any list of things to do in Poole. Located just away from the quayside the museum is packed with things to do and see for the whole family. Seven miles from the house is Sandbanks with its soft golden beaches. One of the most famous and unique attractions of Sandbanks is the Sandbanks Chain Ferry, which shuttles between Sandbanks and Studland (Shell Bay) crossing at the mouth of Poole harbour. The Shell Bay and Studland Beaches are of the finest quality with fine golden sand. Studland is a small village located on a peninsula in south Purbeck, and is close to Swanage. Swanage is a charming, traditional seaside town. You can drive back round to Poole from Studland and Swanage by driving round the long way through Corfe Castle to Wareham. Some of Dorset's most loved attractions are near Wareham. Meet the rescued lemurs, orangutans and apes at Monkey World or have the biggest day out in history at the Tank Museum. Corfe Castle is definitely worth a visit, Corfe is a small village in the county of Dorset and it is the site of a ruined castle.