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New Homes in Somerset

Make the Move

Home to just two cities, Bath and Wells (England’s smallest city), Somerset is a lovely county located between Bristol and North Devon. The region includes seaside town Weston-super-Mare, and market town Taunton.

New homes in Somerset are surrounded by coastal villages and larger settlements, all within easy reach of countryside and larger cities.

Places of interest

Somerset has lots of places to explore, including Exmoor National Park, plus the Blackdown, Mendip and Quantock hills and Glastonbury Tor.

The Museum of Somerset in Taunton provides an insight into the area’s history, while the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent in Bath are great historical sights. Wells Cathedral has lovely Gothic architecture, and there’s plenty of adventure to be had at Cheddar Gorge and along the West Somerset Railway.

Somerset’s most famous event is the Glastonbury Music Festival, at Worthy Farm in Pilton. As for sport, Bath Rugby Team and Yeovil Town Football Club provide some of the county’s sporting action, and the Somerset County cricket team has its home at the County Ground in Taunton. Taunton Racecourse holds regular horse racing throughout the year.

Educational facilities

As Somerset’s largest city, Bath is home to the University of Bath and Bath Spa.

Transport links

Somerset’s only motorway is the M5, which provides an easy route north and south, with good access east and west via A roads.

The county’s rail route is the Great Western Main Line, which runs through Somerset via Bath Spa. There are good train links into London from both Bath Spa and Taunton stations.

Somerset is easy to travel around, with quick journey times between the major towns and cities. Bath to Weston-super-Mare takes an hour and 10 minutes by both car & train. Bath to Taunton takes one hour and 30 minutes by car or 50 minutes by train.

Heading further afield, traveling from Bath to Birmingham takes two hours by car or an hour 40 and minutes by train. A journey from Bath to London takes two hours and 30 minutes by car, or two hours by train.

The nearest airport is Bristol Airport. The airport is served by a number of major airlines, including low cost flights to Europe, taking 48 minutes to reach by road.

Make the Move

Home to just two cities, Bath and Wells (England’s smallest city), Somerset is a lovely county located between Bristol and North Devon. The region includes seaside town Weston-super-Mare, and market town Taunton.

New homes in Somerset are surrounded by coastal villages and larger settlements, all within easy reach of countryside and larger cities.

Places of interest

Somerset has lots of places to explore, including Exmoor National Park, plus the Blackdown, Mendip and Quantock hills and Glastonbury Tor.

The Museum of Somerset in Taunton provides an insight into the area’s history, while the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent in Bath are great historical sights. Wells Cathedral has lovely Gothic architecture, and there’s plenty of adventure to be had at Cheddar Gorge and along the West Somerset Railway.

Somerset’s most famous event is the Glastonbury Music Festival, at Worthy Farm in Pilton. As for sport, Bath Rugby Team and Yeovil Town Football Club provide some of the county’s sporting action, and the Somerset County cricket team has its home at the County Ground in Taunton. Taunton Racecourse holds regular horse racing throughout the year.

Educational facilities

As Somerset’s largest city, Bath is home to the University of Bath and Bath Spa.

Transport links

Somerset’s only motorway is the M5, which provides an easy route north and south, with good access east and west via A roads.

The county’s rail route is the Great Western Main Line, which runs through Somerset via Bath Spa. There are good train links into London from both Bath Spa and Taunton stations.

Somerset is easy to travel around, with quick journey times between the major towns and cities. Bath to Weston-super-Mare takes an hour and 10 minutes by both car & train. Bath to Taunton takes one hour and 30 minutes by car or 50 minutes by train.

Heading further afield, traveling from Bath to Birmingham takes two hours by car or an hour 40 and minutes by train. A journey from Bath to London takes two hours and 30 minutes by car, or two hours by train.

The nearest airport is Bristol Airport. The airport is served by a number of major airlines, including low cost flights to Europe, taking 48 minutes to reach by road.

Make the Move

Home to just two cities, Bath and Wells (England’s smallest city), Somerset is a lovely county located between Bristol and North Devon. The region includes seaside town Weston-super-Mare, and market town Taunton.

New homes in Somerset are surrounded by coastal villages and larger settlements, all within easy reach of countryside and larger cities. These include:

 

Places of interest

Somerset has lots of places to explore, including Exmoor National Park, plus the Blackdown, Mendip and Quantock hills and Glastonbury Tor.

The Museum of Somerset in Taunton provides an insight into the area’s history, while the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent in Bath are great historical sights. Wells Cathedral has lovely Gothic architecture, and there’s plenty of adventure to be had at Cheddar Gorge and along the West Somerset Railway.

Somerset’s most famous event is the Glastonbury Music Festival, at Worthy Farm in Pilton. As for sport, Bath Rugby Team and Yeovil Town Football Club provide some of the county’s sporting action, and the Somerset County cricket team has its home at the County Ground in Taunton. Taunton Racecourse holds regular horse racing throughout the year.

Educational facilities

As Somerset’s largest city, Bath is home to the University of Bath and Bath Spa.

Transport links

Somerset’s only motorway is the M5, which provides an easy route north and south, with good access east and west via A roads.

The county’s rail route is the Great Western Main Line, which runs through Somerset via Bath Spa. There are good train links into London from both Bath Spa and Taunton stations.

Somerset is easy to travel around, with quick journey times between the major towns and cities. Bath to Weston-super-Mare takes an hour and 10 minutes by both car & train. Bath to Taunton takes one hour and 30 minutes by car or 50 minutes by train.

Heading further afield, traveling from Bath to Birmingham takes two hours by car or an hour 40 and minutes by train. A journey from Bath to London takes two hours and 30 minutes by car, or two hours by train.

The nearest airport is Bristol Airport. The airport is served by a number of major airlines, including low cost flights to Europe, taking 48 minutes to reach by road.

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Northwalls Grange

Nerrols Farm, Taunton, SOMERSET, TA2 8QJ
  • £ £293,000 To £495,000
  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • 4.6 miles from your search location
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Patch Meadows

Langport Road, Somerton, SOMERSET, TA11 6HX
  • £ £275,000 To £475,000
  • 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 12.7 miles from your search location

Bishops Green

Wookey Hole Road, Wells, SOMERSET, BA5 1AA
  • £ £300,000 To £595,000
  • 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 18.1 miles from your search location
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Braid Park

Post Hill, Tiverton, DEVON, EX16 4NE

Launching this Winter, Braid Park is a development of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. Close to the Golf Course and just a short drive to the shops, Braid Park offers the perfect balance between town and country. Commuting is easy with the M5 and Tiverton Parkway train station close by, making Braid Park the ideal place to find your new home.

  • 21.7 miles from your search location

Scholars Park

Murch Road, Dinas Powys, VALE OF GLAMORGAN, CF64 4RE

Scholars Park, David Wilson Homes newest development is in the sought-after location of Dinas Powys, offering a collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes. With scenic views and access to a number of local schools, this is a great location for everyone from young professionals to growing families. These thoughtfully designed homes give you the perfect combination of village life and luxury living.

  • 24.4 miles from your search location

Springfield Gardens

Newport Road, St Mellons, CARDIFF, CF3 2WJ
  • £ £333,000 To £433,500
  • 4 bedroom homes
  • 30.3 miles from your search location

Minerva

Off Tithebarn Lane, Exeter, DEVON, EX1 3TX
  • £ £379,995 To £529,995
  • 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 30.9 miles from your search location

Harts Meadow

Monkerton Drive, Exeter, DEVON, EX1 3RX
  • £ £269,995 To £515,000
  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • 31.3 miles from your search location

St James' Gardens

St Brides Road, Wick, COWBRIDGE, CF71 7QB
  • £ £371,000 To £479,000
  • 4 & 5 bedroom homes
  • 32.7 miles from your search location

Mill Brook

Trowbridge Road, Westbury, WILTSHIRE, BA13 3AY
  • £ £290,000 To £470,000
  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes
  • 38.7 miles from your search location
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