Council flats with stunning sea views near millionaire’s row Sandbanks with fourth highest land value in WORLD on offer for £270 a month

Council flats with stunning sea views near millionaire’s row Sandbanks with fourth highest land value in WORLD on offer for £270 a month

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A NEW tower block has been dubbed ‘Britain’s best set of council flats’ for offering the same stunning sea views as the Sandbanks peninsula.

Swanky Nile Court overlooks Dorset’s Poole Harbour – near one of the most exclusive postcodes in the world.

Swanky Nile Court overlooks Dorset’s Poole Harbour
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Each of the flats has a modern bathroom
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They overlook the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula
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The flats have private balconies, communal public art areas, and underground parking.

They are a short distance from the exclusive Sandbanks peninsula – home of celebs like footie boss Harry Redknapp.

A study revealed that 13 Sandbanks mansions were worth a combined £93m.

Monthly rents at Nile Court will be around £270 a month, with top floor ones setting renters back £320.

Thirty out of the 46 flats in the nine-story development will be available for council tenants.

Most of the flats are available for council tenants
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Monthly rents at Nile Court start at around £270 a month
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The flats have private balconies, communal public art areas, and underground parking
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Sixteen apartments will be sold on a shared ownership basis with housing association Sovereign Living.

They were built in partnership with Bournemouth, Christchurch, and Poole Council.

Council leader Vikki Slade said: “The flats are amazing and the views are spectacular, and you have to bear in mind they are almost all for local people on the housing register.”


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