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Stunning contemporary family home in Canford Cliffs

PUBLISHED: 15:09 04 April 2016 | UPDATED: 15:09 04 April 2016


This distinctive contemporary family home, clad in cedar, takes full advantage of stunning harbour views from its much sought after location in Canford Cliffs

Harbour Ridge is a stunning bespoke family home in sought after Canford Cliffs. The four storey contemporary property, built by Wyatt Homes in 2011/12, offers sensational views across Poole Harbour to Brownsea Island and beyond and is adjacent to the Sandbanks Peninsular with its award-winning Blue Flag beach.

The four bedroom property, which is clad in cedar, takes full advantage of its coastal location with floor to ceiling windows in many rooms and access to balconies, with frameless glass balustrades, on three floors.

On the ground floor is the spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living area with access to a large decked balcony, overlooking the harbour, with sun awning and outside lighting - perfect for summer entertaining. The modern fitted Siemita kitchen features top of the range integral appliances and a Corian central breakfast bar with built-in wine cooler below.

The lower ground floor has a cinema/multi media room with surround sound and games room with access to a large decked terrace and the garden beyond. On the first floor are three en-suite bedrooms, two with access to a balcony. On the second floor is the en-suite master bedroom, with dressing room, and balcony with far reaching harbour views.

Beautifully landscaped gardens to the rear have outdoor lighting, and the property is reached via electronic gates. A lift provides access to all four floors.


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