Luxury three-bedroom apartment worth £1.5m overlooking Sandbanks is up for sale


A flat that is far above par! £1.5million three bed apartment with unrivalled views of prestigious gold club and Sandbanks peninsula goes up for sale

  • The spectacular flat was built overlooking the Parkstone Golf Club, where Harry Redknapp is a member 
  • The apartment is on the top floor of the gated and secluded Forsyte Shades complex that has amazing views
  • As well as the golf course, it was sweeping views over Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island in Dorset 
  • The new owners will have a private entrance onto the 17th fairway and access to a pool, sauna and grounds 

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A luxurious flat with ‘unrivalled’ views of a prestigious golf club and the Sandbanks peninsula has gone on the market for £1.5 million.

The three bedroom apartment, located in the exclusive suburb of Canford Cliffs, offers sweeping vistas of Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island in Dorset.

It is on the top floor of Forsyte Shades, a gated and secluded block overlooking the stunning Parkstone Golf Club.

The £1.5 million apartment, which was built in the 1970s, overlooks Parkstone Golf Club which boasts Harry Redknapp and Graeme Souness as members

The £1.5 million apartment, which was built in the 1970s, overlooks Parkstone Golf Club which boasts Harry Redknapp and Graeme Souness as members

Inside the apartment, which is on the top floor of a gated complex, has a full formal dining table, perfect for entertaining

Inside the apartment, which is on the top floor of a gated complex, has a full formal dining table, perfect for entertaining

The apartment boasts gold coloured fixtures in the bath in a classic piece of 1970s or 1980s interior decoration

The apartment boasts gold coloured fixtures in the bath in a classic piece of 1970s or 1980s interior decoration 

The £1,800 a year golf club counts ex-football managers Harry Redknapp and Graeme Souness as members.

As well as having its own private entrance onto the 17th fairway, the block has a swimming pool, sauna and three acres of landscaped grounds.

Keith Fensom, of estate agents Savills, said: ‘The block was built in the 1970s and even now, 50 years later, it is considered the most prestigious block in Canford Cliffs due to the views.

‘This apartment is the best one in Forsyte Shades. It’s on the second floor of the central wing and faces south west, meaning the views of the golf course and Poole Harbour are unrivalled.

‘You can see Poole Quay, Brownsea island, and the Sandbanks peninsula.

‘The block has electric gates and is tucked away from the tourists and all the hustle and bustle.

‘You can look down on everything – it’s like being in the Hollywood Hills.

‘The flat is perfect for golfers, sailors, and artists looking for a property with a view.’

A second bathroom, also has gold coloured taps and fittings and a pair of sinks, perfect for a happy couple

A second bathroom, also has gold coloured taps and fittings and a pair of sinks, perfect for a happy couple

The apartment has access to the golf course and according to the sales agents, it is perfect for artists, sailors and golf fans

The apartment has access to the golf course and according to the sales agents, it is perfect for artists, sailors and golf fans

Forsyte Shades is approached through electric gates with a long driveway leading up to a large visitor parking area.

Within the grounds there is also a gate providing a shortcut to Canford Cliffs village.

The front door of the apartment opens to an entrance lobby with a large walk in storage cupboard and double doors to a reception hall with a cloakroom.

The hallway leads to the master bedroom with excellent views towards Poole harbour and an en suite bathroom.

A stairway located outside the apartment leads down to a sauna and heated indoor swimming pool with patio doors opening onto a sun terrace facing the harbour.

The apartment is on sale with Savills, Canford Cliffs, Poole, for £1,450,000.

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