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Poole is a stunning seaside town found in Dorset. It is surrounded by award-winning Blue Flag beaches which means they are some of the safest and cleanest in the UK. The town boasts a beautiful harbour, which is the second largest in the world, just after the famous Sydney Harbour.

Poole is ideal for commuters and families as there is easy access to London and surrounding cities, but property prices are cheaper, and you get the Jurassic Coast and New Forest National Park right on your doorstep. An express train to London Waterloo from Poole can reach the capital in just under two hours, and calls at Bournemouth, Brockenhurst, Southampton and Winchester along the way. Towns to the west of Poole such as Dorchester and Weymouth are also easily accessed via train. There are plenty of busses with routes to nearby towns and for international travel Bournemouth Airport is just a stone’s throw away. Ferry services also run at Poole harbour, connecting Poole to major European ports.

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Things to do in Poole

Poole has some fantastic attractions and amenities available. The Quay is the perfect place to go if you want good food and good shopping. Here and around the town of Poole you can find all sorts of cuisines, from traditional pub food to fine continental dining, there is something for everyone. The Poole Quay is also home to fishing boats, yachts and cruisers and is lined with historic buildings, making it a great place to come and explore.

Poole’s centre of the arts, Lighthouse, puts on a variety of events and shows throughout the year such as cinema, theatre performances, touring shows and advance. This is also where the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra play.

Poole has some of the cleanest and safest beaches in the UK, so days out at the beach are a must. Sandbanks is the most famous beach, known well for its beautiful golden sands. Shore Road, Branksome Chine and Candord Cliffs are also all beautiful beaches to visit nearby.

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Schools and Education in Poole

Poole is particularly popular for people with families due to the high-ranking schools in the area. In 2017 Ofsted stated that all of the schools in Poole have performed above the national levels in almost every level. Broadstone First School, Springdale First School and Rushmore First School are all primary schools that have been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Parkstone Grammar School is a secondary school that is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Poole Grammar School and Talbot Heath School are also popular choices for residents.

For further education highly ranked Bournemouth University is just a short drive away. There are other famous universities within a couple of hours drive away, such as Southampton, Exeter, Bristol, and Bath universities.

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Local Areas Nearby:

  • Newtown
  • Branksome
  • Waterloo
  • Alderney
  • Sandbanks
  • Creekmoor

Cost of living in Poole

There is a large range of property types available in Poole. The overall average price of property in the last year in Poole is £447,221. Most of these sales were for detached properties, which sold for an average price of £602,665. Flats sold for an average of £371,108 and semi-detached properties fetched around £313,768. Average sell prices in the area are up by 22% compared to the previous year.

The average rental price in the Poole is around £1,130 per month. Most of the rental properties in the area are flats, however there are also houses available with two or three bedrooms.