DOMVS is delighted to present this EXQUISITE example of an apartment within an historic building, being part of the PRESTIGIOUS Brewery Square Development. Located on the second floor with the advantage of a LIFT. There is also a PARKING SPACE.
The apartment is situated within the distinguished Eldridge Pope building which has been sympathetically restored and converted into apartments, retaining many of the period features throughout the building. This remarkably generous SECOND FLOOR two-bedroom apartment has a wonderful sense of space and light. The impressive specification includes walnut veneer flooring (on acoustic membrane), contemporary lighting, high-end bathroom and kitchen specification and plentiful storage.
The ENTRANCE HALL has walnut veneer flooring and a useful storage cupboard. The KITCHEN has been well-equipped with a range of high-gloss laminated units, with concealed lighting over the composite stone worktop. Integrated appliances include an electric induction hob, AEG integrated double electric oven, fridge/freezer and Miele dishwasher. The SITTING/DINING AREA provides generous space for both living and dining furniture, uniquely has a working multi-fuel burning stove and enjoys a bright outlook overlooking the county town.
Both bedrooms are of excellent size: the MASTER BEDROOM comprises a spacious bedroom together with integral triple wardrobes with fitted drawers. BEDROOM TWO has built-in double wardrobes and drawers. The adjacent BATHROOM has been fitted to the same high standard and also offers a WC, a bath complete with a shower and a glass screen, together with a white vitreous china basin atop a timber-wrapped vanity unit. A mirrored recessed cabinet with integral lighting provides storage.
The apartment has an allocated PARKING SPACE within the park. The Brewery Square development offers 24hr Concierge and Security for all residents, there is also lift access to the apartment.
Eldridge Pope Building is positioned within the Brewery Square development with everything at your fingertips including a variety of shops, a cinema and restaurants centred around a fountain square (transforming to a skating rink in the winter), closely accompanied by a health centre and mainline railway and bus station. Further facilities planned include a theatre/art centre. Within a short distance is the heart of the county town of Dorchester itself with its weekly market and extensive range of amenities: all in all, an exciting location in which to live!
From our Dorchester office, turn left heading west up High West Street. Turn left at the Top O' Town roundabout into Albert Road, continuing into Cornwall Road. At the traffic lights, turn left into Great Western Road, and turn right at the T-junction into Weymouth Avenue. Eldridge Pope Building is a short way along on the left hand side.
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West Dorset District Council. Council tax Band C.
Mains gas, electricity & drainage
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