‘Stunning’, ‘beautifully built’, ‘wonderful finish’ and ‘incredibly stylish’ are just a few words used by people who have viewed the exciting Chestnut Close development in Marnhull, North Dorset.
Built by Siam Developments, a family owned development business based in Poole, the site includes a stunning mixture of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom properties in the village conservation area.
Simon Luke director of Siam says “At Siam Developments we believe that home ownership isn't just about buying an asset that increases in value over time, we believe it is about creating value in our customers lives for the long term. We believe in creating wonderful spaces where you can spend quality time with family and friends and where you can become part of the local community and make a contribution to the area in which you live.
“When we build, we only work with long established building contractors, who share our principles and strive to achieve excellence in the work and craftsmanship that they deliver. We also ensure that our chosen building contractor will provide help and support for up to 2 years after completion of your home, providing you with peace of mind in case of a problem after you have moved in. All of our new homes are additionally provided with a 10-year home owner warranty by Premier Guarantee, including a structural warranty.
“All of the properties have been imaginatively and uniquely designed by our award-winning architects Western Design Agency. Built of exceptionally high construction quality and aesthetic standards each dwelling provides high levels of energy efficiency. We believe they will set a new standard of luxury living with spacious, elegant, living spaces, bespoke kitchens and superior fittings throughout.
Set in generous landscaped grounds each property will enjoy a commanding position within the development arranged around an attractive village green”.
The close of houses is in the centre of one of Dorset’s most favoured villages celebrated in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles. It has two primary schools, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, two grocery shops, one with post office, and two public houses.
Anabel Merriman of selling agents Symonds & Sampson says “The kitchen and bathroom finishes in each Chestnut Close home have been bespoke designed, by Dorset-based Coral Interiors. The kitchen colour schemes, tiling and additional decorative features are designed to complement the charm of this boutique development, very much with your lifestyle in mind.
With surprising yet subtle touches of pattern and colour, they have created a unique look and feel which offers an inspirational starting point for your own decor and furniture.
Kitchens are designed and supplied by Harts Kitchens and include quality cabinets and classic shaker style doors in a range of colours, all beautifully styled for the 21st century. Quality branded appliances will complete the look.”