* A two bedroom flat in Poole
* Well maintained throughout
* Popular central location
* Lease length 125 years from 21st June 2005
A well maintained two bedroom first floor flat in a popular location making this an ideal investment for any buy to let investors or owner occupiers.
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.
Entrance Hall, Two Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom.
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