Price £395,000 Available
  • Penthouse apartment
  • Near Westbourne
  • Split level flat
  • Mezzanine study
  • Amazing large kitchen
  • Three bedrooms
  • Near Bournemouth
  • Open plan living room
  • Two bathrooms
  • No chain

Fahren Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale this stunning three bedroom penthouse apartment, situated on the border of Bournemouth town centre and Westbourne.

Royal Victoria Apartments originally started life as a Queen Anne style ENT and eye hospital in 1890, which closed its doors to patients in 2002 when it was converted into the 17 apartments we see today. It is an elegant and impressive building and is located very close to the shops, restaurants and amenities of Westbourne high street and Bournemouth town centre.

The grand main entrance leads to an impressive communal hallway, which has a staircase and lift to all floors.

This apartment is a large three bedroom penthouse flat, with a mezzanine study area.

The stylish kitchen/breakfast is very spacious, with plenty of space and facilities for cooking, and entertaining. An elongated dining room provides a great area for dining or relaxing. The mezzanine study area above the living room floods the flat with plenty of natural light. Three large bedrooms and two bathrooms complete this property`s offering.

To arrange a viewing on this rare property please contact one of the Fahren team.

Tenure: To be confirmed
Parking: 2 Spaces

Service Charges: £3962 (inc. ground rent)


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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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