1st Thursday of the month 10am - 7pm
Bradford Road, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 6BP
Open daily 10am to 5pm1st Thursday of the month 10am - 7pm
We are truly excited to present to you our beautiful new development Mildenhall in Sherborne.
We are sure you will be just as impressed as we are when you arrive at this exclusive development of 23 four, five and six bedroom detached homes. Our homes have been created with an outstanding standard specification designed to meet the needs of modern living.
Mildenhall is situated just off the desirable tree lined residential Bradford Road, whilst being just one mile away from Sherborne's bustling town centre which boasts an array of shops, pubs and services and many stunning medieval buildings. There are also great schools, health and leisure facilities on the doorstep.
The A30 passes through Sherborne, leading to Shaftesbury, 17 miles away and Yeovil, just 5 miles. At Yeovil the A37 links to Dorchester, 18 miles away and Weymouth, a 27 mile drive. Junction 25 of the M5 is about 30 miles away. From Mildenhall it's only 1 mile to Sherborne railway station which runs trains to London Waterloo and to Exeter via Crewkerne and Honiton. For air travel Bristol International Airport is 44 miles away and Bournemouth Airport 38 miles.
A trip to the shops
There is a wealth of quality shops and specialist services in Sherborne ranging from art and antiques to fashion, books, homewares and interiors. There is a thriving, twice-weekly market and for everyday essentials you have a newsagent's, a post office, a chemist, butchers and a baker's. Supermarket shopping can be done at Sainsbury's and Waitrose and there's a Co-op convenience shop just a few minutes' drive from Mildenhall. For High Street brands The Quedam Centre, just 5 miles away in Yeovil, has more than 40 stores including Monsoon, Topshop, Laura Ashley, M&S and Boots.
Taking time out
Set beside the pretty River Yeo, Sherborne is steeped in history and medieval architecture. Sherborne Abbey, dubbed 'the cathedral of Dorset', dates back to AD 705, and Sherborne Castle and Gardens, built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 is a good day out. Explore the Old Castle ruins, see the Conduit landmark, and visit The Steam and Waterwheel centre and Sherborne Museum. The town has many pubs and restaurants, and there's a golf course and a Sports Centre, as well as football, rugby, and cricket clubs. Watch the wildlife at The Quarr, Sherborne's Local Nature Reserve, or be entertained with drama, comedy, or music at The Powell Theatre. The world's second largest aviation museum, The Fleet Air Arm Museum, is just 8 miles away at Ilchester.
Sherborne is home to a range of state and independent schools. Sherborne Primary School and Sherborne Abbey Primary Schools, cater for four to ten year-olds, and the Gryphon School is a purpose-built, Church of England secondary school with Academy status for 11 to 18-year-olds. For independent education, Sherborne Pre-Prep and Prep School cater for children aged 3 to 13-years, and Sherborne School takes boys aged 13 to 18 years, while Sherborne Girls takes pupils aged 11 to 18. Leweston School is an independent, boarding Catholic school, with a nursery, a prep school, a senior school and a sixth form.