First releases of luxury new homes at Charminster Farm

The first releases of bespoke new high quality homes at Charminster Farm, will be released to purchase off plan.  At an event to be held on Saturday 14th October between 11am and 2pm at The Gamekeeper in Charminster, Dorchester, the award winning developer, Wyatt Homes, will be able to show images and plans of the site which will boast a mix of 46 luxury three, four and five bedroom properties.Throughout October, buyers making early bird off plan reservations will not only receive special benefits in terms of availability, but also the opportunity of being able to personalise their new home with the choice of a beautiful bespoke kitchen and bathrooms subject to the stage of construction. 

Sales and Marketing Director for Wyatt Homes, Annie Huddleston comments: “The first releases for Charminster Farm have not come soon enough.  We have had a high level of enquiries for these new homes, particularly the three bedroom properties which are in huge demand in the area due to the lack of availability.  It is a great location surrounded by beautiful countryside.   With its proximity to both Poundbury and Dorchester and its numerous excellent shopping facilities as well as schools, restaurants, county hospital and a mainline railway station to London Waterloo, Charminster is an attractive proposition for those looking for a new home in the desirable Dorset area.  We are confident our latest development will prove very popular with buyers.”

Charminster Farm offers terraced, semi-detached and detached houses with a mixture of two and two and a half storey homes, many of which benefit from a garage.  The new homes will be finished in a mix of high quality materials, and will reflect Wyatt Homes’ passion for perfection and distinctive quality design.

Along with Poundbury which offers many amenities as well as a Waitrose, just 1½ miles away lies Dorchester, a pretty thriving market town which offers a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities including a leisure centre, library and cinema. It is in the catchment area of a number of highly regarded schools. For those who enjoy being active there are numerous sports clubs around the town including cricket, rugby, football, tennis and golf. For those who love the outdoors, the Jurassic Coastline is a few miles to the south with some sandy beaches and water sports along the coast of Weymouth/Portland.

Excellent transport links include mainline rail connections to both London and Bristol. The A35 gives access to Poole and Bournemouth and the cross channel ferries at Poole and Weymouth. There is a regular bus service from Poundbury to Dorchester with connections to surrounding towns and villages.

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