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10 Shapwick Road, Poole, Dorset

Lot 218
Sold for £186,000

Auction Date: Thursday 23rd February 2017

Auction Venue: Sandy Park Stadium, Sandy Park Way, Exeter, EX2 7NN


10 Shapwick Road, Poole, Dorset

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Property Description

* Three bedroom terraced house for complete refurbishment. * Ideal project for a builder or a great investment opportunity. * Easy access into Poole town centre with its extensive array of retail outlets in Dolphin Shopping Centre. * Located on the verge of Poole Harbour with an array of leisure opportunities including sailing and windsurfing. * Walking distance from Hamworthy Park. A three bedroom terraced house requiring complete refurbishment, close to Poole town centre and Poole Harbour, being an ideal opportunity for builders and investors.


Location

Poole is a large coastal town and seaport lying about 21 miles east of Dorchester and adjoining Bournemouth to the east. Poole is a most popular tourist resort, attracting a mulititude of visitors with its large natural harbour and blue flag beaches. In particular, Poole Harbour and Poole Bay are popular areas for a number of recreational pursuits including sailing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and water skiing. The town has a busy commercial port having cross-Channel freight and passenger ferry services. The headquarters of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution are in Poole and the Royal Marines also have a base in the town's harbour. Poole is the home to a significant part of Bournemouth University. The property is located in Shapwick Road which is off Blandford Road (B3068) located about a mile south west of Poole town centre.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen.

First Floor

Three bedrooms, bathroom.

Outside

Small front garden. Rear garden.

Tenure

Freehold

EPC

Rating D

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