The moment you walk through the front door of 22 Chaddesley Wood Road, Sandbanks you will be truly stunned by the beautiful views from the living room. Bournemouth and the Isle of Wight to the east and Studland Bay and the ‘Old Harry Rocks’ to the west, and the world renowned Sandbanks Beach immediately in front of you, - just a few steps away.

22 Chaddesley Wood Road is located at the eastern end of a peninsula which forms one side of the long sandy beach that gives the area its name. The beach, renowned as one of the best in the UK, has once again been awarded 'European Blue Flag' status for 2016 – a reflection of the highest standards of cleanliness and water quality. The beach is so shallow that you can walk safely into the sea almost 200 yards .

Sandbanks is deservedly popular with sailors, kite and windsurfers and water sports enthusiasts generally. Visitors to Sandbanks enjoy total peace of mind, knowing that not only will they have a great time but also they will be visiting one of the safest beaches in Europe, with a clearly demarked safe swimming area. In peak summer months (between the 1st May and 30th Sept), there are RNLI Lifeguards on duty and also an excellent first aid post. Public beach side facilities include toilets (with full disabled facilities) and showers.

Sandbanks is perfect for a wide range of activities including; many watersports (instruction available), walking, golf, running, fishing (sea and freshwater), etc or of course you can simply relax, with a good book.

There are many National Trust and English Heritage properties to visit in the region including the magnificent Corfe Castle on Studland which you can reach by the Sandbanks Chain ferry. There’s also Brown Sea Island in the middle of Poole Harbour, the birth place of the Scouting movement and home to Red Squirrels! Easily reached via regular ferries from the Haven at Sandbanks and from Poole Quay.

You enter No. 22 through the substantial hall into a large L - shaped open plan kitchen, dining and living area. The middle section of the House has a gas log burning fire set into a chimney, a seating area with huge comfortable sofas, and a dining table the comfortably seats 10. The kitchen, dining and living room areas offers 180° panoramic views of the sea and coastline.

On Shore Road, at the bottom of Chaddesley Wood Road, you will find local landmark Jazzy’s restaurant and bar, the Sandbanks Hotel, and most essentially a well-stocked Tesco Metro.

Promenade along the Harbour wall, and you will come to another set of shops and restaurants including Rick Stein’s latest seafood restaurant.