41 High Street
VAT Registration: 895 6738 51
Monday – Saturday: 9.30am to 6pm
Sunday: 9.30am to 4pm
A stylish fourth floor, two bedroom apartment (double and single) located just a couple of minutes from wonderful restaurants and bars, only five minutes walk to the main shopping area and just a minutes` walk from the Quay and all its activities.
The Navigator is a contemporary apartment and comprehensively equipped. Spacious and light open plan living, dining and kitchen area with corner aspect windows overlooking the town.Master bedroom (5ft kingsize double). 2nd bedroom (3ft single bed). Family bathroom (bath with shower over, separate walk-in shower, sink and toilet).
Parking – Parking permit provided for one vehicle in the adjacent Quay Visitors multi-storey car park. (max height 1.90m / 6ft 2ins).
Services - Duvets and linen provided including bath and beach towels. Gas central heating. Hairdryers.
Technology - WIFI, flat screen TV.
Kitchen - Dishwasher, electric oven / gas hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, washer / dryer.
Restrictions - No smoking. No pets.
Façade works are now being undertaken to this residential block, although not currently on the side of the building in which this property is located. Contractors will be on site during normal working hours, Monday to Friday. The works are taking place from January 2022 to December 2022.
POOLE TOWN - Quayside, shops, historic Old Town, boat trips, events, theatre and much more.... Poole Town lies approximately 6 miles west of Bournemouth and is highly accessible both by car and by train – the station is moments from the main shopping area. Poole is an excellent base for exploring the beautiful country of Dorset, its stunning beaches and its Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site. For cultural events, the Poole Lighthouse theatre and concert hall offers a dazzling array of dramatic productions and music, and is home to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Shopping facilities in Poole focus around the Dolphin Shopping Centre and the pedestrianised High Street, interspersed with cafes and coffee shops for well-earned refreshment. A stroll down the High Street leads visitors to Poole Quay, and the multitude of bars and restaurants offering an excellent array of culinary choice. Once replete, why not walk off lunch with a stroll on The Quay and along the harbourside path at Baiter? The beauty of Poole Town is that all of these attractions and facilities are within easy walking distance of each other. Whilst Poole Town is an excellent base for beaches and for exploring the beauty of the Dorset countryside, there is no shortage of things to do and see on its very doorstep!