Highlighted by well-maintained communal grounds, this property includes a designated garage with an adjacent parking space.
A communal entrance with an intercom system guides you to the first floor, where access is granted to a generously sized, carpeted entrance hallway. This space offers entry to all accommodations.
Leading off the rear of the property is a fantastic open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting area, offering a delightful double aspect. Large tiled flooring neatly divides the different zones within this space.
The kitchen seamlessly integrates a variety of white gloss wall, floor, and drawer units, featuring under-unit lighting and quality quartz worksurfaces. The additional advantage of the peninsula unit creates a practical breakfast bar area.
Integral Neff appliances include double oven, four ring gas hob with extractor fan over, slimline dishwasher and fridge freezer
Opening through, there is ample space for dining and living furniture. French doors lead to the rear balcony, featuring a cladded floor and glass screening.
Also to the rear, there is a spacious primary bedroom suite that boasts double fitted wardrobes and access to a three-piece en-suite shower room. The en-suite features a sizable walk-in shower cubicle, WC, and a fitted basin unit, complete with fully tiled floors and walls.
Two additional generous bedrooms, both providing ample space for furniture and storage units.
Serviced by a three-piece family bathroom, featuring a white panelled bath with a distinctive tiled wall.
Living in Highcliffe on Sea
Highcliffe on Sea (usually simply called Highcliffe) is a small, leafy coastal town on the Hampshire/Dorset border. West of Barton on Sea and east of Mudeford, Highcliffe is perfectly positioned for those in search of a relaxed yet smart beach lifestyle.
Features include secluded Highcliffe Beach which has panoramic views over Christchurch Bay to the Isle of Wight and Hengistbury Head. It’s a favourite with locals for walking, paddleboarding and surfing and can be reached via a pathway zig-zagging down through the gardens of Highcliffe Castle, once home to Mr Selfridge and now the venue for varied concerts, exhibitions and fairs.
Further outstanding amenities include Highcliffe Castle Golf Club and Steamer Point Nature Reserve. In addition Highcliffe has foodie appeal thanks to the annual Highcliffe Food & Arts Festival, and a good selection of independents and eateries, such as family-owned butcher’s, beachfront cafes, Raymond Blanc’s brasserie-style gastropub The Oaks and, just up the road on the edge of the New Forest, luxurious Chewton Glen Country House Hotel.
Families are also drawn by the schooling. Local primaries and secondaries are judged to be at least ‘good’ according to Ofsted – including Highcliffe St Mark’s Primary and Highcliffe Secondary School and Sixth Form. Meanwhile local independents include Durlston Court and Ballard, both rated ‘excellent’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
The New Forest lies three miles to the north, the nearest sizable town is Christchurch (also three miles), and there is good accessibility via the road network to Lymington (nine miles), Bournemouth (10 miles), and Southampton (21 miles). A mainline railway station at nearby Hinton Admiral provides services to London Waterloo in approximately two hours.
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An impressive three-bedroom apartment, available with vacant possession, is situated in the prestigious Temperance Lodge development. Constructed by the highly regarded Pennyfarthing Homes, this residence holds a prime position on the front row of Highcliffe cliff top. It provides convenient access to an unspoiled coastline and beaches within 100 meters of the property, while also being within walking distance to the town centre. Additionally, the property benefits the added advantages of a garage and allocated parking and a communal lift.