Brewery Square is drawing former residents back to the market town.
The £100 million regeneration project, which has transformed the brownfield site into a vibrant, thriving development, is attracting former residents back into Dorchester.
Savills, the estate agency who manage the sales of the luxury apartments on the former Eldridge Pope Brewery site, has reported record numbers of buyers returning to the area after working away to down size their property in favour of a more contemporary living environment.
Julie Mansfield, director of sales and marketing for Savills at Brewery Square, says: “The introduction of the Brewery Square development to the market town has really given the area a touch of cosmopolitan living drawing former residents back into Dorchester.
“The latest Piers Gough designs and modern interiors of the highest specification are juxtaposed with the original Grade II listed buildings, offering a taste of high quality living combined with historic architecture which is hard to rival.”
The development has sold 75 per cent of the luxury apartments available, with one building, Hop House, still to be released and four new buildings currently under construction.
The recently launched prestigious penthouse is worth £1.375 million and includes a top floor terrace made for entertaining, offering expansive views of both the countryside and the cosmopolitan Square.
Buyers have highlighted that Brewery Square offers appealing factors such as the secure basement car parking, helpful onsite concierge service, convenient proximity to shops, restaurants and an Odeon cinema, as well as easy access to two railway stations with a direct line to London Waterloo.
One, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses are currently available in Brewery Square. Apartments start from £195,000 and prices for penthouses start from £575,000. Those interested in finding out more about the Brewery Square offer, or to view the show apartment, can contact 01305 757000.