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CG Fry and Son in Somerset

New Homes from CG Fry and Son starting from £330,000
Wellington, Somerset TA21
From £330,000 - £397,000
Wellington, Somerset TA21
3 bedroom semi detached house £330,000
Wellington, Somerset TA21
From £340,950 - £415,000
Wellington, Somerset TA21
4 bedroom home £340,950
3 bedroom detached house £399,950

About CG Fry and Son

C G Fry has a history of building individual homes throughout the West Country since 1920 - properties with immense character, built not just for today, but for future generations to enjoy.

From the first, craftsmanship and quality have been the hallmarks of C G Fry & Son’s work, marrying traditional workmanship with modern materials and techniques. The company has always set out to build homes in harmony with existing local architecture and, where possible, featuring local materials. Frys’ major part in the building of Prince Charles’s Poundbury development at Dorchester created a world showcase for the company’s design and excellence of finish.

The focus, however, remains firmly on the quality of each new home and the needs of each individual customer.

Attention to detail is something that buyers can count on in a C G Fry home. Particular care is given to character details such as door surrounds, eaves, stonework and metalwork. And while each development is designed to sit comfortably alongside the area’s older buildings, modern thinking and new techniques bring 21st century standards of energy-efficiency, comfort and security.        

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