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His & Hers Mansions….Obviously!

 

Two adjoining ‘his and hers’ mansions have gone on the market on the world-renowned Sandbanks peninsula for £13mn. 

Standing just feet apart, the beachfront homes are virtually identical boasting an indoor swimming pool, four storeys and stunning sea views.

But the prospective buyers might have to flip a coin as one of the homes comes with an extra en-suite bedroom.

 

Two adjoining 'his and hers' mansions have gone on the market on the world-renowned Sandbanks peninsula for £13 million

Two adjoining ‘his and hers’ mansions have gone on the market on the world-renowned Sandbanks peninsula for £13 million

The sellers agent said: ‘It would be nice to sell them as a pair, to someone who either wants to live in one and rent out the other or even to a couple who want their own his and her homes.’ 

The beachfront properties called la Plage and la Baie are the latest in the so-called Millionaires’ Row in Poole, Dorset, to go on the market. The homes have been built on a 3,000sqm plot, previously occupied by a four-bedroom house. 

But after buying the plot for £4.25m, developers used every square foot on the area by building two homes – a move which has trebled the value of the plot. 

 

Standing just a few feet apart, the beachfront homes are virtually identical in every way, boasting an indoor swimming pool, four storeys and stunning sea views

The beachfront properties called la Plage and la Baie - which mean the beach and the bay - are the latest in the so-called Millionaires' Row to go on the market and boast these incredible sea views (pictured)

They occupy a prime position on the south east corner of the millionaire's enclave in Poole, Dorset (pictured)

They occupy a prime position on the south east corner of the millionaire’s enclave in Poole, Dorset (pictured)

While one of the homes has five en-suite bedrooms, the other has four. But both have indoor swimming pools, balconies, lifts to all floors, direct beach access and magnificent sea views.

It is thought the developers have spent more than £3m building the two homes.

‘Development opportunities are becoming scarcer on Sandbanks and so prices for older houses are going up.’

‘Developers need to maximise the space available in order to make money. It is becoming harder to financially justify building one home on a plot and so we are now seeing two homes appear.’

Article from the Daily Mail.

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