New Homes in Midsomer Norton
Make the move
With a strong mining heritage, Midsomer Norton has history, lovely scenery and a great town centre.
Close to the Mendip Hills, with the cities of Bath and Bristol within easy reach, buying a new home in Midsomer Norton offers the best of both worlds.
Things to see and do
With a selection of facilities, Midsomer Norton has a great high street, lots of entertainment venues, a leisure centre and schools. A farmers market is held once a month next to the town centre, where you can buy fresh local produce.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Mendip Hills provide great walks and lovely scenery, steep cliffs, gorges and rocky outcrops, alongside ancient monuments.
The town of Bath is just a short drive away. Known for its natural thermal waters, the Roman baths in the town centre are 2,000 years old. If you fancy a spa session yourself, Thermae Bath Spa provides mineral rich waters along with a number of spa treatments.
The literary side of Bath can be enjoyed with a trip to the Jane Austen centre. The writer lived and worked in Bath, and here you can find out all about her.
By night, Bath is just as lively, with various bars and restaurants, providing something for everyone.
Midsomer Norton has good transport links by road, rail or air.
The nearest large train station is located in Bath, around 10 miles away. Here you can get connections to several destinations in the UK. Bristol can be reached in 13 minutes, while London takes just over two hours by train.
For those travelling by air, the nearest airport is around 20 miles away in Bristol.
Main roads into Midsomer Norton include the A303, which can be reached from the M32. From here, other major motorways can be reached such as the M4 and M5.