Weatherbury Place by Wyatt Homes

High Street, Puddletown, DT2 8RT

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Overview

Weatherbury Place

Welcome to Weatherbury Place – An exclusive collection of just 7 stunning 3, 4 and 5 bedroom high quality new homes built by award winning developer Wyatt Homes and offering a rare opportunity to live in the centre of the historic Dorset village of Puddletown.

These premium new homes are in a style in keeping with the historic, rural surroundings and all enjoy an outstanding level of finish both inside and out plus a high specification and unique design features. Some items that come as standard include integrated Neff appliances, Quartz worktops to the kitchen, full tiling and ceramic floor tiling to all wet areas and fully turfed rear gardens.

The charming village of Puddletown dates back to the 9th century and residents are surrounded by history, with 56 listed buildings in the village including a medieval church, and the stunning 15th century Athlehampton House just 1 mile down the road. This quintessentially English village provided the inspiration for the town of Weatherbury in Thomas Hardy's classic novel "Far From The Madding Crowd" and the author's picturesque cottage is located 4 miles away. Puddletown offers all the conveniences residents may need with a village shop, pub, post office, good local schools and cafes right on the doorstep.

Nestled in the Piddle Valley, Puddletown is surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful woodlands meaning a wide variety of pleasant walks and bike rides are on offer directly from the village. An array of country pubs and eateries serving excellent local food are located within easy reach. Just 5 miles away is Dorchester, the bustling county town of Dorset. Dorchester boasts an array of museums, restaurants, boutique shops and interesting historical sites, in addition to a popular weekly market and all of the amenities you would expect from a large town.

Puddletown is located just off of the A35, offering an easy commute to Bournemouth, Poole and Salisbury. The village has regular local bus services into Dorchester and the surrounding areas.

Ideally situated amongst some of Dorset’s most spectacular countryside and with superb transport links, Weatherbury Place offers the perfect balance between a busy, modern lifestyle and relaxed rural living. Plus the rare opportunity to live in a luxury new build property, surrounded by history and village charm.
  1. A collection of just seven homes
  2. 3, 4 & 5 bedroom styles
  3. Inspired by heritage of their setting
  4. Close to schools and amenities

Site Plan

SitePlan

Location

Location

High Street, Puddletown, DT2 8RT

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Dorchester is also home to the Dinosaur Museum, where you can meet life-size Stegosaurus and Triceratops, troodons and pterosaurs. More cuddlesome residents can be found at Edward Bear’s house, the Teddy Bear Museum. And when you do go down to the woods of the Piddle Valley and explore the Dorset countryside you will find everything from the primates of Monkey World, seven miles away to the Roe, Seeker and Muntjac Deer that join golfers on the course at the Dorset Golf and Country Club Resort. The stunning courses have been designed by one of the best in the world, and set in over 300 acres of forest, so you can also simply take a woodland walks or jog through ancient forest of 600 year old oaks under dappled sunlight to the sound of woodpeckers.

Golfers will find another hidden gem at the Came Down Golf Club, and mountain bikers will love the downhill sections and natural single tracks at Puddletown Forest with its walking and biking trails. Just minutes from home are Puddletown’s footpaths and bridleways. Take the Three Lanes End on foot, cycle or horse, or follow the route between the Old Manor Ilsington House to Ilsington Farm. Active youngsters will love the faster-paced fun at Brenscombe Outdoor Centre, swinging from high ropes and learning climbing, canoeing, raft-building and abseiling on Adventure Days, under half an hour’s drive away.

Local Shopping

Living at Weatherbury Place means being able to enjoy all that premium town life and lush countryside has to offer. Dorchester blends tradition and character with sought-after contemporary lifestyle, where Dorset’s premier department store Goulds offering personal service for over 100 years meets shopping and leisure destination Brewery Square. Discover interiors and fashion brands and names like Margo and Mya, wine merchants Morrish & Banham, and chic beauty salons. And in a county with some of the best weather in the UK you can make the most of dining out on outdoor terraces overlooking The Square and its dancing illuminated fountains on warm balmy evenings.

Stroll Dorchester’s Wednesday country market and monthly Saturday Farmers’ Market for Dorset cheese, cherry juice and even local chilli, then sit out in Dorchester Coffee Saloon’s courtyard with one of its legendary savoury muffins, or relax at Finca and Coffee#1, ‘Coffee Shop of the Year’, ‘Dorset Food, Drink, and Farming’ and ‘Café Life’ award-winners. Dorchester’s Sienna restaurant champions West Country produce and features in the Michelin Guide, as does Yalbury Cottage in the hamlet of Lower Bockhampton, famed for its Sunday Lunch. Enjoy home-made lemon curd at Tapa Tea, just 3 miles from home, or relax in front of their inglenook fire with a coffee and brandy.

Local inns make it a matter of pride to use the best locally sourced ingredients, from Puddletown’s Blue Vinny pub-restaurant with its real ales and dishes given a Mediterranean spin, to hostelries in surrounding villages with their own individual character like Tolpuddle’s Martyrs Inn for a Badger Brewery beer and Martyrs Inn hot-pot, or Piddlehinton’s thatched 18th Century Thimble Inn mixing antique décor with modern cooking and Casque Marque accredited ales. And enjoy sparkling evenings at the Langham Estate with a seasonal four-course dinner or Friday Fizz night, just two miles from home.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Moreton (3.6 miles)
National Train Station logo Dorchester South (4.8 miles)
National Train Station logo Dorchester West (4.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Wyatt Homes

Based in Poole, Wyatt Homes have earned a reputation for building new homes of quality combined with distinctive styling and individual design. Using locally sourced, natural materials which include rustic bricks, flint and stone Wyatt’s new homes harmonise with their picturesque surroundings. Traditionally built with contemporary internal fittings each Wyatt home is finished to a very high standard with attention to fine detail.

From thatched cottages to modern luxury apartments Wyatt Homes continually prove to be versatile and innovative, important attributes with today’s varied lifestyles. Wyatt Homes continually strives to provide customer satisfaction to ensure that the Company retains its high reputation achieved through a strong commitment to quality.

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