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Manor Road, Bournemouth

£160,000 Offers Over

Property Bedrooms 1 Bedrooms

Property Bathrooms 1 Bathrooms

Property Type Flat

Property Features

  • 1 Double Bedroom Apartment
  • Clifftop Location - Manor Road
  • Electric Gate Front
  • Communal Gardens
  • Off Road Parking plus Visitor Spaces
  • Long Lease - 161 Years
  • Modern Bathroom and Kitchen
  • Recently Decorated
  • Short Walk to the Beach

Property Summary

A STUNNING Victorian house conversation set on beautiful grounds on the tree-lined Manor Road. Spacious apartment with high ceilings and big sash windows. Communal garden, secure off road parking and a short walk to the clifftop and beach. Long lease!

Full Details

A beautiful house built in the 1880's converted to apartments. This East Cliff property is set a short distance to the clifftop and beach. Incredibly spacious with a wealth of original features such as high ceilings throughout and sash windows.

Coming up to the property you will find a grand gated entrance leading to the property. Allocated parking to the flat with an additional number of visitor spaces. Secluded communal grounds surround the property.

The huge original communal doorway takes you into the communal hall. Incredibly high ceilings and wide stairs which would have once been an impressive single dwelling when first constructed.

Once in the flat, you are again met with high ceilings. Recently laid carpet, new kitchen and new bathroom creates a bright, light and airy feel throughout.

The lounge is huge, with impressive original sash windows. This is semi-open plan with the kitchen which has been newly fitted.

The bedroom again has a large sliding sash window and has the benefit of two built in wardrobes.

A perfect starter home for a first time buyer, or second holiday home in a beautiful location.

After its construction in 1881, the property was occupied for use as a private school, known as Cheltenham House, run by Alfred Francis Roper. In 1910 the property changed hands and was then known by it's new name 'Chinewood' and used by St Wulfram's boys school which aimed to 'prepare boys for Public Schools and the Royal Navy'. After World War Two, Chinewood was used for holiday lets and then self-contained residential apartments.

Agent Notes:
Council Tax Band: B
EPC Rating: 60
Lease Length: 161 Years

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