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In a relaxed setting

By Western Gazette - North Dorset  |  Posted: September 06, 2012

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Do you fancy living in a green, relaxed setting close to all the facilities that Yeovil's town centre has to offer?

There is a chance this weekend to take a good look at Balidon Place, the distinctive development of new homes by C G Fry & Son, based around the rebuilt Balidon House on West Coker Road.

At one time the town's maternity hospital, Balidon House has been totally re-created, and now comprises 12 luxury apartments.

In the grounds Frys have constructed Balidon Place, a handsome group of 12 detached homes in Georgian proportions, based around a formal square.

During the Open Weekend, the new houses and apartments will be open for visitors to take a relaxed look around and view as many as they like.

The stylish apartments are mostly two bedroom and lift-served, many with a garage as well as allocated parking, and residents have full use of the spacious communal gardens.

The four and five-bedroom detached houses come in four different sizes, but all are set within generous garden plots, most having a gated driveway leading to a double garage.

C G Fry & Son, based in West Dorset, specialise in traditional-style homes, and the firm has become nationally known for its work at the Prince of Wales's Poundbury development at Dorchester.

Currently there is a one bedroom apartment for £135,000, and all other apartments are two-bedroom, with prices starting at £195,000. Four-bedroom houses start at £410,000.

Frys' sales manager, Ruth Guilor, said: "Our company's reputation has been built on high-quality homes built in a style which fits with their surroundings.

"The Open Weekend will be an ideal opportunity for people to get a feel for the quality of this development, and see the high specification finish within a traditional style of building."

For more information about the Open Weekend at Balidon Place, please call 01935 434033 or email balidonplacesales@cgfry.co.uk.

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