This property is conveniently located on the edge of the village of Throop, which is situated on the outskirts of Bournemouth. Within level walking distance is Throop Mill and the River Stour – ideal for fishing. The larger centre of Bournemouth is approximately 1 mile away, offering an extensive variety of shops, restaurants, cafés, bars and leisure facilities. The stunning blue flag sandy beaches are also approximately 1 mile away. The A35 is easily accessible, providing links to Westbourne, Branksome and Poole Harbour (approximately 6 miles). For the commuter the A338 joins the A31 & M27 linking to Southampton (approximately 30 miles east), Winchester (via the M3) and London (via M3/M25). There is a mainline railway station in Bournemouth, and an airport at nearby Hurn.


– Large rear garden which is laid to lawn and bordered by red brick wall

– Ideal raised terrace which is well-suited for al-fresco dining and entertaining


Energy Performance Rating: E Current: 48 Potential: 75

Council Tax Band: D

All mains services connected


– Storm porch with tall vaulted ceilings, stunning arch windows and original tiled flooring

– Spacious open-plan kitchen/dining/living room which features quality fitted Neptune units with pre-formed granite work tops over, an inset sink unit, plenty of additional storage and workspace as well as stunning Travertine flooring, complete with under floor heating

– Built-in appliances include a range-style cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, wine fridge

– Modern open-tread oak and glass staircase leading to the master bedroom suite

– Spacious master bedroom suite which is centred upon an open-plan style, incorporating a bathtub, washstand, a separate WC and a built-in wardrobe

– Two further ground-floor bedrooms which lead off the inner hall

– Utility/shower room with a wet room, WC and a large Corian-style work top with an inset sink and space underneath for a washing machine/dryer

Living in Christchurch

Christchurch is a delight; a harbourside town of character and charm located where the Avon and Stour rivers flow into Christchurch Harbour.

Positioned between Bournemouth and the New Forest, Christchurch is a lively town with mainline station and a good variety of independents and national brands (from Boots to Waitrose). It has become something of a foodie destination: chock-a-block with cafes, pubs, and restaurants, such as The Jetty on Mudeford Quay. It is also the venue for a popular food and wine festival that attracts some high profile chefs.

Other attractions include the priory, castle ruins, nature reserves, nearby beaches and Mudeford Quay with ferry service to Mudeford Spit (with iconic beach huts) and Hengistbury Head. A wide range of activities are available such as cricket, golf and watersports. Another boon for families are the schools – rated at least ‘good’ by Ofsted, while Christchurch Infant School, Mudeford Infant and Junior Schools and Twynham comprehensive are all graded ‘outstanding’.

An attractive range of property includes architect-designed new builds, fine Georgian houses and modern townhouses, some in waterside locations and with views across Christchurch Harbour.

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  • Bedrooms Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms Bathrooms: 2
  • Receptions Living Rooms: 1

RECENTLY RENOVATED - A charming converted schoolhouse which is situated in the quiet village of Throop which borders the Stour Valley whilst also being just 3 miles from Bournemouth. Built originally in the late 1800’s, this Victorian home has undergone a substantial renovation programme, now offering open-plan living finished in a contemporary style which is laid out across two floors and has a private rear garden. Energy Performance Rating: D

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