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5 amazing properties in Dorset that cost the same as a flat in London


Just look at what you could buy in beautiful Dorset for around the same figure as a one bed flat in central London…

According to MoneySuperMarket, the average price of a one-bed flat in central London is now £1.13m. And there are plenty on the market that cost a lot more than that.

Here are five amazing properties in beautiful Dorset that you could buy for around the same figure (and if you’ve ever thought about moving to Dorset, here’s our fast track guide to becoming a local)…

 

1. A 17th century farmhouse in stunning countryside

Image: Jackson Stops

 

Ridouts Farmhouse is set in 8.94 acres of land in the hamlet of Stoke Wake, surrounded by some of Dorset’s most beautiful countryside.

It has 5 bedrooms, a proper farmhouse kitchen, a kitchen garden, several outbuildings including a barn with stables, two pony paddocks and a double garage. And there’s also an extra, self-contained 2 bedroom cottage across the courtyard.

Image: Jackson Stops

 

Image: Jackson Stops

 

View on the Jackson Stops website here.

 

2. A ‘wow’ house by the sea

Image: Luxury and Prestige

 

Over half of Dorset is consists of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty – and much of that is coastline.

Close by the Poole beaches and the shopping parade at Canford Cliffs is this architecturally stunning four-bedroom house with split-level open-plan living.

Image: Luxury and Prestige

 

Image: Luxury and Prestige

 

View on the Luxury & Prestige website here.

 

 

3. A six-bedroom family home for equestrians

Image: Knight Frank

 

Mad about horses? How about this magnificent 6 bedroom family home complete with stable block, tack room, sand school, three paddocks and 15 acres of land?

It’s at Buckhorn Weston, near Gillingham (which has a good Waitrose).

Image: Knight Frank

 

Image: Knight Frank

 

View on the Knight Frank website here.

 

 

4. A 36-acre farm in Nyland

Image: Symonds and Sampson

 

If you want even more land, how about this 36 acres of prime farming land? It has an 18th century three-bedroom farmhouse, complete with original features including exposed beams, inglenook fireplace and flagstone floor.

And the kitchen has a four-oven cream AGA for the perfect rural living idyll…

Image: Symonds and Sampson

 

Image: Symonds and Sampson

 

View on the Symonds and Sampson website here.

 

 

5. A five-bedroom house with a veranda and views

Image: Purple Bricks

 

Or finally, why settle for one bedroom when you can have five double-bedrooms (four en-suite) in a smart detached home with a spacious hall, open-plan living and a large decked veranda opening onto views of beautiful Dorset countryside?

Image: Purple Bricks

 

Image: Purple Bricks

 

View on Purple Bricks here.

 

 

Thinking of moving to Dorset? Contact us for a safe, reliable move, whatever your budget.

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