Paddock Rise

Nailsea, Somerset

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A beautiful development of 10 plots, featuring 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses including 3 bungalows

A home for the generations – where tradition meets the future.

If you’re thinking of moving to Paddock Rise, and you’re new to the Nailsea area, you’ll soon see why it’s such a popular community.

Its deep historical roots have flourished with fresh growth to blossom into a modern town with all the amenities you would expect.

At its heart are the shopping centre and High Street, where you’ll find a choice of supermarkets, small individual shops, restaurants, cafés and regular street markets, all with plentiful parking just yards away.

Let’s not forget Nailsea’s traditional pubs, whether you’re dropping in for a quiet pint, a game of darts or skittles, or to use their function room for a celebratory get-together.

Education is always a key indicator of an area’s desirability, and Nailsea achieves excellent marks. There’s a choice of nurseries through to infant and primary schools, all leading towards the well-regarded secondary school and sixth form.

A community’s strength is often measured by the number and range of its sports and leisure interest clubs and societies. In Nailsea, you are truly spoiled for choice.

From yoga, local history, choirs, theatre, gardening, model railways, concert orchestra, allotments and keep fit, through to scouts and guides, croquet, rugby, cricket, football, archery, karate, and more, your days and evenings need never be empty or unrewarding. At all of them, friends old and new are always ready with a warm welcome.

As Nailsea continues its growth from traditional Somerset village into modern town, its inhabitants – whatever their age – prove that they’re young at heart, with an infectious zest for living their lives to the full.

Homes Available

The Epsom

4 Bedroom Family Home

Plots

8

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9

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The Doncaster

4 Bedroom Family Home

Plots

6

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7

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The Chepstow

4 Bedroom Family Home

Plots

12

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13

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14

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The Beverley

2 Bedroom Bungalow

Plots

3

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2

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The Ascot

3 Bedroom Bungalow

Plots

1

Sold

Nailsea, Somerset

Local Area

A rural dream for the well-connected

For anyone of a fine vintage, Nailsea will always chime with the name and fame of Adge Cutler and the Wurzels.

Their Scrumpy and Western songs spoke to the wider world of the area’s bucolic charms. Of cider and sunny fields of corn. Of family and friends and their funny ways. Many of Adge’s songs were recorded live at The Royal Oak pub on Nailsea High Street.

Casting your eyes over the fields that provide the green setting of Nailsea these days, it’s hard to imagine its industrial past. How many people know of the Somerset coalfield, which stretched southwards from Bristol?

Mining began in Nailsea in 1507, and the old winding tower at the Elms Colliery is a listed monument. Wind forward a couple of hundred years and coal from the local pits was used in the production of Nailsea glass, in the fourth-largest glassworks of its kind in the United Kingdom.

Though the glassworks is long gone, its memory lives on through the statue of The Glassblower and at the Crown Glass shopping centre in the heart of the town. And that memory has spread worldwide, with both local and international antique dealers and collectors choosing to invest in Nailsea glass.

As everyone knows, location is the most important word in home-buying – and, surrounded by thousands of acres of open countryside, Nailsea is the living proof.

Set just eight miles from Bristol, it’s the perfect spot to call home if you work in the city, or your eyes light up at the thought of all its shopping and entertainment opportunities. The A370 can take you there in minutes. Or, if you’d rather go by rail, Exeter to Bristol trains stop just a few hundred yards from Paddock Rise at the Nailsea and Backwell station. That puts you on the fast track to London and the whole UK rail network.

Looking west, Nailsea is just a short drive to junction 20 on the M5, bringing the major regional shopping hub of Cribbs Causeway within easy reach. And, to the east, you can reach Bristol Airport in around 15 minutes, setting the world at your feet.

With a new home at Paddock Rise, you’ve never been better connected.

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