Brudenell Road in Canford Cliffs, BH13 is very much considered one of the area’s most sought after addresses. Tucked away from the main route around the Poole harbour shoreline, yet within easy walking distance from the sea shore, this is a quiet leafy road on a gently sloping hillside overlooking the waterfront.
When searching for property in Brudenell Road, home buyers will find lovely detached houses, stunning contemporary homes in development and luxury apartments. What home buyers may not know, is that Brudenell Road and Brudenell Avenue sit alongside the boundary of the beautiful Luscombe Valley Nature Reserve.
Furthermore, locals also share the area with perhaps one of BH13’s most unusual neighbours: Richard Knott and The Luscombe Valley Steam Railway.
Just a handful of times a year, the doors to the Luscombe Valley railway are flung open and visitors are welcome to see this exquisite miniature railway with fully operational steam trains.
As well as being able to take a ride on a train, visitors can enjoy light refreshments in the garden, marvel at the giant fish in the carp pond and buy steam railway souvenirs. Richard and his army of volunteers also raise money for the Youth Cancer Trust during these events, making it an enjoyable and extremely worthwhile visit.
If the idea of living in close proximity to the Luscombe Valley appeals, Berkeleys currently has a beautifully appointed penthouse apartment offered for sale in Brudenell Road with a good sized south facing private balcony and some sea views. Click on the image below for more details.