Alex, whilst originally from London, has always had strong ties to Dorset. Having spent his school days at Milton Abbey, and his army days at both Bovington and Lulworth, it was only a matter of time before he and his family settled here permanently.
Having studied Estate Management at University, Alex served in the Army before heading to The City in 2007 where he spent the next 11 years working for BlackRock. In 2018, Alex and his family finally decided to relocate from London to Dorset.
At Dorset Property Search, we serve our clients needs first, acting in the strictest of confidence, and with integrity. Being focused on Dorset, and being local, affords us the advantage of knowing what is going on, on the ground. We assist with not only your search, but also with all subsequent aspects of the purchase from dealing with estate agents and solicitors, to local builders and planning consultants if required.
We are very grateful to Alex and would thoroughly recommend his services for any property you may be searching for in the West Country.
Relocating to Dorset Coast
They need sufficient space to afford that independence, but also to accommodate friends and to entertain. They also require a large secure garden for several dogs, but not too large such that it would become a hinderance despite their love of gardening.
Unique Town House in Dorchester - Off Market
A friendly agent had recently been out to value a property that sounded perfect, however the vendor wanted to do some work before putting their home on the market in 6 months’ time. The agent kindly persuaded the vendor to let us view their home, and my client instantly knew it was for them.
We agreed a sale, with a delayed completion to give vendor sufficient time to find a new home of their own, the process was unrushed, uncomplicated, and completely harmonious. My client was able to move in over the summer in time for the children’s new school year to begin.
Small Holding - The Good Life
Woodland to escape the big smoke
Requires 2-5 acres, ideally with some form of field shelter as a minimum or barn/stable. Needs vehicular access, but not on busy road or in village, needs to be completely rural, no light or noise pollution.
How difficult can that be I thought? Well, as it happens, probably my hardest brief to date!
Answers on a postcard please...
An Old Rectory to impress
This property needed a lot of work, both in terms of restructuring the layout and bringing it into the 21st century, having been in the same family since 1959. We successfully won the "bidding" process, and completed several months later.