Landmark Estates is launching a development of two and three bedroom apartments in Dorchester, a historic county town with a property offering largely made up of period cottages and town houses. A thoughtful conversion of art deco building, Glyde Path House, this exclusive new residential scheme offers a unique opportunity for lateral living in the town.
The apartments will benefit from the architectural features inherent in art deco design, with large windows flooding the properties with light. The apartments include en-suite bedrooms, private terraces and private parking spaces.
The historic town of Dorchester is best known for its markets and famous connection to the writer Thomas Hardy. There are a number of well-reviewed restaurants, such as Trinity Bistro, Sienna and La Caverna. The Jurassic coast is under an hour away by car, offering a number of leisure opportunities. London is accessible by rail, with services running from Dorchester South to London Waterloo in under two and a half hours.
James Bradley, Managing Director of Landmark Estates, comments:
“Landmark Estates is delighted to be expanding its portfolio of developments into the historic county town of Dorchester. We are continuing our legacy of converting period buildings which have fallen into disrepair into much-needed local homes. We expect Glyde Path House to be popular with local buyers looking to get on the first rung of the property ladder or those looking to downsize from larger properties in Dorchester and the surrounding villages.”