C G Fry & Son Developments in Dorset
With heritage sites, the Jurassic Coast and charming villages and market towns, Dorset has so much to offer. Dorset has a varied landscape featuring broad elevated chalk downs, steep limestone ridges and low-lying clay valleys. Over half the county is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and three-quarters of its coastline is a World Heritage Site that features notable landforms such as Lulworth Cove, the Isle of Portland, Chesil Beach and Durdle Door.
Grey's Field, Chickerell
Conveniently situated close to Weymouth town, Grey's Field is a mix of highly individual character homes set within carefully planned streetscapes, incorporating business space, open space and allotments.
Malthouse Meadow, Portesham
Discover Malthouse Meadow, our select new development of just twenty-two homes nestled in the attractive village of Portesham. Portesham is a popular village within an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a few miles inland from the World Heritage Jurassic coast and famous Chesil Beach. This pretty village features a stream running through it, with its own resident ducks and geese on the pond! Portesham has a vibrant and sociable community offering regular events, clubs and activities at the modern village hall. There are numerous village facilities including a pretty Anglican Church, great local pub, well-stocked farm shop, a thriving primary school, a popular medical centre and ‘pop-up’ Post Office. Buses run through the village to Weymouth and Bridport and beyond. There are fantastic access points to Jurassic coastal walks, including to the nearby village of Abbotsbury famous for its stone cottages and local amenities including village stores, the Swannery and St Catherine's Chapel. The village is ideally situated approximately 7 miles southwest of the county town of Dorchester and 7 miles west of the seaside town of Weymouth. Both towns have train links to London Waterloo. The county town of Dorchester has a great selection of both independent and national retailers, well regarded schools, choice of cinemas and restaurants and a couple of museums, whilst the seaside town of Weymouth again boasts great shopping and has an award winning sandy beach, marina and picturesque old harbour.
The North East Quadrant. As ever in Poundbury, the latest quota of new homes are a mix of classical and vernacular in style and range from classically designed five bedroom houses to one bedroom apartments. Some have views over the Great Field, Poundbury's major open space. Others look north to Dorset's rolling hills.