Who would not want to live here?
With miles of glorious beaches and scenic walks incorporating the famous Jurassic Coastline from Lyme Regis with its Cobb and picturesque town; West Bay – home of the ITV’s Broadchurch through the Purbecks to Old Harry Rocks, and hectares of rambling and undulating, unspoilt countryside, Dorset is one of the most blessed Counties in England.
The County Town of Dorchester now boasts its new developments – New Poundbury, the inspiration of HRH Prince Charles with a balance of residential and commercial property offering a sustainable way of life, together with Brewery Square – a vibrant and inviting social extension of the town with a mouth-watering variety of eating places, entertainment and soon to come, the first solar powered train station in the area, combined with an aesthetically pleasing array of residential and retail premises ; all within just 2 minutes walk from the Roman amphitheatre at Maumbury Rings or the individual selection of retail outlets in the main shopping centre. Not forgetting that just on the outskirts are Max Gate, where Thomas Hardy lived and his birthplace at Higher Bockhampton, now open to the public and owned by the National Trust.
Weymouth and Portland offer spectacular beaches, coastal walks and shopping facilities and boasts the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy which hosted the 2012 Olympics Sailing Events.
Further inland the rolling countryside spreads through valley and vale with miles of agricultural land incorporating areas of outstanding natural beauty including Kingcombe Meadows, the Marshwood Vale, and Blackmore Vale stretching through to the chalky heathlands at the Durlston Country Park.
To the east of the County is Poole with the largest natural harbour in Europe, shopping in the Old Town and the bustling Quay where you can enjoy watching Sunseekers coming into the Marina with views towards Brownsea Island.
Bournemouth, home of the award winning Air Festival, boasts an enviable town centre for shopping, a vibrant night life and a glorious beach stretching 7 miles along beautiful sand from Honeycombe Bay to Alum Chine.
Schools in the County are sought after and backed by excellent OFSTED reports and major employers include Sunseeker International, Tesco, Local Authorities including Dorset County Council and the NHS.
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