With just a few pictures left to hang, Brewery Square in Dorchester is set to unveil its show apartment, 2 The Cooperage. The apartment is located in the heart of the development, with expansive views over the Square.

Reflecting the history of the Eldridge Pope Brewery site, 2 The Cooperage boasts a unique display of Eldridge Pope beer bottles ranging from the mid nineteenth century to the early twentieth century.

Other features include:

  • Stylish kitchen units designed by Paula Rosa
  • Built-in, top of the range appliances including AEG microwave, open and induction hob, Zanussi fridge freezer and Miele Dishwasher
  • Interiors designed by Conran and Partners
  • Built-in walnut veneer wardrobes in both bedrooms
  • Separate guest shower room

Robert Ackland, director at Brewery Square, says: “The show apartment has a lovely open plan living room with double doors opening onto the distinctive, curved balcony at the front of The Cooperage.

“The latest Piers Gough designs and modern interiors are perfectly juxtaposed with the original Grade II listed buildings, helping to attract residents back into Dorchester and offering a touch of cosmopolitan living.”

Brewery Square’s luxury apartments are situated on the former Eldridge Pope Brewery site, as part of a £100 million development project. Residents have 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.

Two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses are currently available. Apartments start from £250,000 and prices for penthouses start from £575,000. Those interested in finding out more about the Brewery Square offer, can contact 01305 757000 or visit www.brewerysquare.com