Scrolling through houses on property sites can be fun, especially if you are looking at some of the most expensive in the Bournemouth area.

From looking over mansions and county estates to beach getaways and a cabin in the woods, there’s a dream home out there for every personality.

If you were looking at what one of the most expensive ones is in the Bournemouth area then you would find a property on Throop Road.

Located on the outskirts of Bournemouth near the village of Throop, it is listed on Rightmove for £3.95 million and is Grade II-listed.

Bournemouth Echo: The grounds of the propertyThe grounds of the property (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

Take a look inside the property

On its Rightmove page, it says: "Located in Throop Village, this stunning period residence comprises three separate dwellings, all with the benefit of their own separate gated entrances.

"Situated alongside the River Stour, the elevated position affords breathtaking views and ultimate waterside enjoyment."

Bournemouth Echo: The conservatory of the propertyThe conservatory of the property (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

The residence is split up into three parts, with there being the main house, a detached two-bedroom cottage and a detached barn conversion.

The main house is described as an "exquisite character property" which is entered through a pillared open porch.

From there, you have the entrance hall which has stairs to the lower and first floor.

The kitchen is to be found on the ground floor which is well-equipped with natural oak units, Miele appliances, a gas-fired wood burner and "high-quality marble worktops".

Bournemouth Echo: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

Downstairs, the residence boasts a separate utility room, dining room, living room, day lounge, sitting room, study, cloakroom, and the "magnificent" conservatory looking over the landscaped gardens.

Upstairs, all four double bedrooms are served by en-suites and two bedrooms benefit from lounge spaces.

Bournemouth Echo: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

Meanwhile, the master bedroom also enjoys a large walk-in wardrobe with fitted furniture on three of the four walls.

Elsewhere, the original underground garage has been converted to a gym and games room with seven pieces of gym equipment, a pool table and pinball machine room, as well as a table tennis and bar/football room.

Bournemouth Echo: The games roomThe games room (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

A modern shower/changing room are located just inside the external door and services the needs of the external swimming pool whilst the pump room houses the boilers and filters that heat the pool.

Completing the main residence is the converted basement, which now boasts a six-seater cinema room.

Bournemouth Echo: The swimming poolThe swimming pool (Image: Hearnes/Rightmove)

The grounds of the property are also quite extensive with "sweeping lawns and mature trees".

Directly accessed from the conservatory is a flagstone terrace with steps down to the outdoor swimming pool, whilst a kitchen garden leads to two solid structure greenhouses.