Harbour Court, Sherborne
Sherborne nestles amongst the countryside in the north west corner of Dorset. This beautiful market town has an abundance of ancient buildings including an Abbey and two castles. The Abbey and many of the medieval and Georgian buildings are built from distinctive ochre-coloured hamstone. It is well known for cultural events and festivals, hosting regular classical concerts and performances plus an annual ‘Pack Monday Fair’ with stalls, sideshows and a funfair. There is a wide range of independent shops and boutiques with the popular Cheap Street home to a weekly flea market.
Sherborne is home to world famous schools with independent Preparatory, Girls and Boys schools, Sherborne Primary School and the secondary school Gryphon Academy. Gryphon has been featured in the Best Schools Guide and has a good Ofsted report.
Luxurious living in the beautiful market town of Sherborne
Sherborne, said to be the most beautiful town in Dorset, is situated on the River Yeo, just east of Yeovil and to the west of Shaftesbury on the edge of the Blackmore Vale. It has its own railway station on the Exeter to London Waterloo line. Yeovil is just 6 miles further on from Sherborne offering the area’s biggest employer Westlands, Shaftesbury is to the east, famous for Gold Hill and the Hovis advertisement. Just 20 miles on lies the beautiful Cathedral city of Salisbury.
If you fancy a day relaxing on the beach then the Dorset coast is achievable in less than an hour’s drive. Further afield? Then Exeter Airport can cater for more exotic destinations, reachable by car in just over an hour.
Individual homes for independent lives
At Strongvox Homes we work hard to offer you something special. Personal, secure and privately owned, our ethos is to build individual homes and communities throughout the West Country in which people will enjoy living for many years to come.
All Strongvox homes are carefully and beautifully designed to a high specification, with the emphasis on making each house individual and in harmony with their surroundings.
Since 2004 we have built over 1,000 homes across 23 sites. An average of less than 40 homes per site means we can keep an eye on the detail for every house we build – and that’s important to us.