1, 2, 3 & 4 beds. Prices from £240,000
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Castle Court is an exciting development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses, together with 1 and 2 bedroom luxury apartments in a refurbished Royal Naval building, in Portland, Weymouth.
Bursting with naval history, natural beauty and hidden potential, Portland is a great place to live. Our impressive new homes at Castle Court are no exception, offering stunning views over Portland Castle, the Marina and out to sea. Castle Court is a place to enjoy country walks, impressive views and fresh air.
Castle Court features 68 new homes on a former Royal Navy site.
All homes have large windows and light-filled interiors, which make the most of the location. The high level of specification, attention to detail and carefully considered design, brings contemporary living to this historic location.
The one and two-bedroom luxury apartments in the restored and extended original Canteen Building. The building was built in 1906 as a canteen for use by the Royal Navy and houses 22 brand new apartments, available on a shared ownership basis.
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Home of the week - 4 bed detached house with parking
|7||3 bed detached with parking||£320,000||Download|
|9||3 bed detached with parking||£320,000||Download|
|10||3 bed detached house with parking||Reserved||Download|
|15||3 bed detached house with parking||£295,000||Download|
|32||3 bed detached house with parking||Reserved||Download|
|37||2 bed semi-detached house with parking||Reserved||Download|
|38||2 bed semi-detached house with parking||Reserved||Download|
|39||2 bed semi detached with parking + flooring||£245,000||Download|
|40||2 bed semi detached with parking + flooring||£240,000||Download|
Portland is reached over an impressive narrow causeway with spectacular Chesil Beach on one side and a more sheltered bay and marina south of Weymouth on the other.
Since hosting Olympic sailing events in 2012, the area has become an increasingly popular civilian port and recreation destination – evidenced by luxury yachts in the marina and a plethora of windsurfers skimming across the bay.