Poole

Poole has the second largest natural harbour in the world.

The area is diverse in it’s make up from the world famous Sandbanks and multi million pound properties to more modest conurbations. The old town is steeped in history with many Victorian properties set down cobbled streets located close to the quay. During  World War II, Poole was the third largest embarkation point for D-Day landings of Operation Overlord and afterwards served as a base for supplies to the allied forces in Europe.

Your chosen estate agent must be well versed on the area in order to realise your properties full potential and therefore its optimum value.

Why U&CH Love Poole

  • The second largest natural harbour, second only to Syndney, Australia.
  • Old Town Poole and quay
  • Poole’s multi million pound new ‘Twin Sails’ lifting bridge
  • Wonderful diverse range of property from the ultra contemporary to the characterful
  • The golden ‘Blue Flag’ sandy beaches
  • Sandbanks chain ferry
  • Harry Redknapp
  • The world famous Sandbanks occupied by some of the most fabulous bespoke property
  • The Lighthouse theatre
  • Cross channel ferry
  • Headquarters of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution R.N.L.I.
  • Average annual rainfall of 592.6 millimetres (23.33 in) is well below the UK average of 1,126 millimetres (44.3 in)


For Poole council tax band checker visit www.direct.gov.gov.uk

For local schools visit www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk

For council inquiries including planning visit www.poole.gov.uk

 

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