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Sustainable Britain - Dorville House, BS23

Prices from £155,000 to £235,000

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Development info

Dorville House, located at the quiet end of Weston-super-Mare, has been stylishly converted from a hotel to modern apartment living. Situated in Madeira Road, it is only a short walk to the vibrant sea front and town centre.

Dorville House offers an attractive range of 1 and 2 bedroomed apartments with either full or Juliet balconies. a two bedroomed duplex, a 1 bedroomed annexe and a studio. The property benefits from a lift to all floors as well as ample bicycle storage. A selection of apartments have sun terraces with beautiful sea views and all ground floor apartments benefit from their own courtyard.

Location

Weston-super-Mare has retained its unique character with its handsome buildings of local stone whilst evolving into a town beautifully equipped for modern life. In the town centre you will find an art deco cinema, a variety of shopping experiences at the Sovereign Centre that include Marks & Spencer, a bustling high street with the major brand stores as well as local retailers, cafes to relax in and a monthly farmers’ market in the town square with stalls of fresh fruit, Somerset farmhouse cheeses and chocolates. The town is also well provided for by the major brand supermarkets and retailers including Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, B&Q and Asda

The seafront promenade has a wide range of restaurants complete with bay views. The beach hosts many events including the annual sand sculpture exhibitions as well as the world famous beach motorbike racing and the dramatic air day, usually including the Red Arrows.

Families will find Ashcombe and Christ Church primary schools close to home, with Hans Price Academy rated ‘Good with outstanding features’ by Ofsted and Weston College both a mile away.

All ages will enjoy Hutton Moor Leisure Centre’s excellent facilities and wide range of classes for all age groups and abilities. All year round the Playhouse offers t a variety of entertainment including top-name comedy acts and tribute bands. There is also the annual Weston Arts Festival an extravaganza of music and entertainment across all the town’s venues. November sees the magical procession through the town of West Country Carnival’s illuminated floats.