Branksome Park features some of the largest and most impressive properties in the area, some showcasing cutting-edge contemporary design and others maintaining the original character of the area. Branksome Park is protected by a covenant that restricts the size of each plot to a minimum of 3/4 of an acre, making it ideal for those relocating from the country and looking for privacy whilst being within easy reach of the local beaches. St Aldhelm’s Church is located on Western Road and is adjacent to one of the main chines which leads to Branksome Chine beach. On the other side of Western Road are several highly regarded roads offering smaller plots, many of which have been redeveloped to offer contemporary properties within a stone’s throw of the beach. In recent years, a number of these homes have been developed into luxury apartment blocks. The prestigious tree-lined Avenue runs from Westbourne to Canford Cliffs via Branksome chine. At the bottom of the Avenue is Branksome Chine café, a local favourite that is open all year round and is a particularly popular area for dog walkers. The train station at Branksome offers a direct line into London Waterloo in less than two hours.
Types of property
in Branksome Park
Branksome Park is known for its impressive plot sizes and wide, tree-lined roads combining a mix of stunning contemporary designs and traditional family homes.
Branksome Park £1,500,000 – £6,000,000
Branksome Chine £1,300,000 – £2,000,000