Last few remaining plots available. The Grosvenor is an impressive conversion of the historic Doric Cinema and provides 36 unique apartments over four floors with individual layouts with various views of the Town including the High Street, Tattersalls and Gallops in the distance.
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Over the years this impressive building has retained many of its heritage stylings, whilst now proudly offering a mix of one and two-bedroom luxury apartments, tastefully renovated with attention to detail by the Murfet Group.
Situated at the top of Newmarket’s High Street, the apartments enable full enjoyment of the UK’s racing culture, with the town boasting two of the country’s finest flat racecourses and the famous Tattersalls sales ring, which is just a short walk away.
With a variety of 36 unique apartments available, this highly sought-after development offers spacious living areas, modern fitted kitchens and designer bathrooms. Several of the properties also feature a balcony area. Accessible through a large glass foyer entrance, which sets the tone of the whole building, residents and guests are sure to be impressed from the moment they arrive.
The Doric 1937-2000: On 1st March 1937 The Doric Cinema was opened, it closed its door in 1964 and remained closed for 15 years until the late 70’s when the building was transformed into a top class entertainment venue known as The Newmarket Cabaret club, hosting some of the UK’s most popular entertainers. Many years later while trends changed again in the world of entertainment, the venue became known as Pacino’s Wine Bar & Deniro’s Nightclub, one of the most popular nightlife venues in East Anglia.