3 Bedroom Penthouse Sold in Bournemouth, BH4
Studland Road, Alum Chine, Bournemouth, BH4
“Studland Dene” is an outstanding luxury development sited in a commanding spot on the cliff top, directly next to the beach at Alum Chine, with clear and uninterrupted views.
Alum Chine’s best kept Secret…
“Studland Dene” is an outstanding luxury development sited in a commanding spot on the cliff top, directly next to the beach at Alum Chine, with clear and uninterrupted views. The Residential accommodation consists of just fourteen exclusively commissioned large luxury 3 bedroom Penthouse Suites.
Entry is via a grand hotel styled Atrium, with a glass fronted lift (exclusively for the use of Residential owners) to service the 14 Penthouse Suites which are set on 4 floors. Naturally given the location they all have the very best of views, and are designed to a very high standard and specification with 3 luxury Bathrooms, Dressing Rooms and generous terraces in every penthouse.
The site has absolutely stunning views down the 7 mile stretch of sands that runs along Bournemouth’s famous Blue Flag Award winning coastline. To the east past Bournemouth Pier lies the beautiful cathedral town and nature reserve at Christchurch and Hengistbury Head, and to the west you can see Studland Bay, the Purbecks and the Sandbanks ferry situated at the entrance to Europe’s largest natural harbour and nature reserve – Poole Harbour.
This is an absolutely stunning location right at the end of Studland Road, with commanding views of the sea, westwards to the Sandbanks ferry and eastwards past Bournemouth Pier, Hengistbury Head and the Isle of Wight. In our opinion you will not find a better spot anywhere in the Bournemouth/Sandbanks area.
Studland Road leads directly down to the beach, no more than 50 yards away, right in the heart of Bournemouth’s famous 7 mile stretch of golden sands. It is also perhaps 10 minutes walk back along the flat promenade walkway into the town centre, with its main Pier, the Pavilion and Central Gardens.
Bournemouth has of course its famous Bournemouth International Centre, several other theatres, a Symphony Orchestra, museums, art galleries and numerous restaurants and clubs. The whole area is well established as a financial services centre, as well as being one of Britain’s most popular retirement areas.
This whole area of the south’s coastline has numerous lovely walks, extensive golden sandy beaches, and public parks full of leafy trees and shaded secluded spots ideal for enjoyment, relaxation and reflection.
There are numerous famous local schools, colleges and University, all of which cater for the education of all ages. The town is also looked after by Bournemouth’s well equipped modern hospitals, and all the usual dentist and GP services are close by.
From the A31, Ringwood, the M3 Motorway and beyond
Travel west down the Wessex Way (A338) past the Richmond Hill or Standard Life Building Roundabout at the top of Bournemouth town centre:
Continue travelling westwards through the next roundabout and carry straight on, still signposted to Poole and beyond, until you reach the end of the Wessex Way at a main set of traffic lights. At this roundabout take the 2nd left down The Avenue Road on the B3065.
Continue to travel south along the B3065, past the traffic light junction of Western Road, and then take the next junction left into Tower Road. This leads to Mountbatten Road, which feeds to the right into Alumhurst Road.
Drive south down this road until it hits the sea front, and then follow it round until you find Studland Road on your left. “Studland Dene” is right on the corner of Studland Road and Alumhurst Road.