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Just fi ve, spacious 2 bed turnkey ap bed penthouse with Japanese roof balcony views, SAILS off ers the ultim providing an exceptional specifi cat and level walk to shops and Café S Prices from £735K – £1.5M. Come by appointment with Jackson-Stop


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Introducing an iconic new addition to the Dartmouth waterfront


‘SAILS’ by Environ Communities The apartments are sizeable, light and airy and designed to an exceptional specification, with sleek open plan living areas and contemporary kitchens by Pyram of France with large, Corian worktops. Each apartment, serviced by a lift, will have a fully fitted en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom, a utility space as well as a private balcony overlooking the waterfront. Parking – a rarity in Dartmouth – is provided by a secure garage, whilst the development also benefits spacious, secure storage pods for items such as boating gear, golf clubs and bikes.


The wait is finally over! The newest landmark on Dartmouth’s waterfront has now been unveiled! SAILS is a luxury development of just six contemporary two and three bedroom apartments located next to Coronation Park, with prime views over the harbour, the park and up to the Royal Naval College. The new homes by Environ Communities are a striking design, inspired by the sails of a sailing clipper and reflect the rich sailing history of the local area. Designed by award winning AR Designs and ALA Architects - SAILS has already been credited with its own 5 star award for Best Apartment at the highly respected UK Property Awards.


Tony Dowse, Chairman of Environ Communities comments: “The Dartmouth residents will not need reminding how long the project has taken to get to this point! The road has certainly been a long one but we are incredibly proud of SAILS. We wanted to offer something exceptional for the town whilst ensuring it maximised the views. We can assure you it has been worth the wait!”


The 3 bedroom penthouse is unique, with breath-taking views from all its living areas overlooking both the harbour and Coronation Park and its master bedroom looking out on to its own Japanese roof garden. A summer outdoor kitchen and inbuilt seating makes it a great spot for alfresco entertaining.


Attention to detail is evident throughout and even the little things have been thought about. Blinds, bathroom cabinets, mirrors, fitted shelving in the wardrobes and even soap dishes and coat hooks will be included within each home.


But it’s not only the look of the apartments that is impressive. The apartments at SAILS are highly insulated, ensuring that fuel bills are kept to a minimum. Double glazing windows are used throughout, along with low energy lighting, appliances and a heat recovery ventilation system which provides a constant supply of fresh air warmed via the heat exchanger, whilst removing stale, humid and odorous air.


Now ready for occupation, the 2 bed apartments start from £735,000, the 3 bed penthouse apartment is available at £1,500,000.


For further details and to arrange a viewing please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, Tel 01392 214222.


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