New Build Apartments

Appartment New Build – Broad Leys, Swanage

Consisting of eight two bedroom apartments and two luxury penthouse apartments over three floors. With sea glimpses and views all round of the Purbeck Hills. It has a rooftop terrace aces. There is a lift and it is only a few minutes’ walk from the recently refurbished North Beach and 15 minutes’ walk to the [Read More…]

Templemans Mill

The property comprises a spectacular penthouse occupying the whole of the 4th and 5th floors of a former flour mill situated close to Weymouth Harbour. Templemans Mill which dates from the 19th Century was damaged by fire in 1917 and following this the top two storeys were taken down. In 1937 the Weymouth Water Board [Read More…]

The Lighthouse

A set of stunning contemporary eco-friendly, timber framed apartments built to an exceptionally high standard. Situated in Bournemouth, the building is easily recognisable for its large glass facades and zinc roof. The development significantly exceeds the requirements for sound performance both for party walls and floors and is completely airtight. There is a communal boiler [Read More…]

Horizons

Horizons are three blocks of luxury apartments in Weymouth situated on the edge of Lodmoor Nature Reserve with views out to the ocean, comprising twenty eight two and three bedroom apartments. The site was developed for Swan Country homes and won a Civic Trust award for design. There are eight penthouse apartments, four of which [Read More…]

57a The Esplanade

57A The Esplanade, Weymouth is the first new building on Weymouth’s seafront for many years and likely the last for years to come. It is a combination of café and residential uses in a design that reflects the nearby Statue House and respects the historic esplanade context. It comprises of two 2 bedroom apartments and [Read More…]

Gleneagles

An exciting development erected on the 5th floor of an existing block of flats consisting of four, two Bedroom timber frame Penthouse apartments with stunning views over the river Stour. With the help of one of the world’s largest road-going, self-erecting cranes this proved to be a relatively simple build. Once again technology was at [Read More…]