A striking new contemporary home with harbour views. This brand new development comprises two striking and sophisticated four bedroom homes. They offer the perfect combination of contemporary design with clean and large expanses of glass and roomy, well planned family accommodation. The internal layouts have been carefully considered and laid out to offer highly flexibly accommodation incorporating formal as well as informal sitting areas, spacious bedrooms with generous en suite facilities not to mention a wealth of balconies and terracing. The developer will be finishing both properties to an unusually high specification with high quality kitchens and bathrooms. Naturally the houses will feature top quality items such as concrete floors, powder coated aluminium windows, programmable lighting and an integrated audio system. Decorative finishes will be chosen from a palette of subtle but stylish shades of natural colours in finishes ranging from wood, ceramics and stone. An element of personalisation might be available during the early stages. Both properties have their own private driveways and grounds which will be designed to be as low maintenance as possible. Brudenell Avenue has long been considered one of Poole’s most prestigious locations and in January 2011 it was named as Britain’s most expensive street outside of London and the South East in research by Lloyds TSB. Nearby “Aurora” won Channel 5’s I Own Britain’s Best Home award in 2009. Poole Harbour is virtually on the doorstep and something is nearly always going on with all manner of yachts, motorboats and watercraft passing by. The relatively shallow waters are also favoured by windsurfers and kite boarders the whole year round, even in the depths of winter! At twilight, spectacular sunsets are often witnessed and a diverse range of waterfowl and wading birds inhabit the shoreline at low tide. No doubt the close proximity to Poole Harbour and the short walk to the beach (approximately 0.4 miles) are the principal attractions for the road and it is particularly popular with locals who enjoy the waterside lifestyle all year around. Naomi Cleaver is perhaps best known as presenter of prime-time television shows on architecture, interior design and décor, such as “Grand Designs: Trade Secrets” (Channel 4) and, most recently, “Britain’s Secret Homes” (ITV). She is also a best-selling author and journalist and advises some of the UK’s most recognisable brands, from Aston Martin to Dulux. Most recently Naomi was one of the judges of the RIBA Stirling Prize, one of the most prestigious international prizes for architecture. At Brudenell Avenue, Naomi has collaborated with the developers and architects on all aspects of the architecture and design, bringing to bear her unique insights into effortless practicality and environmentally sensitive glamour.