ESTATE AGENTS IN CLEVEDON
Situated just half an hour’s drive from the city of Bristol, Clevedon is a charming seaside town with great connections. It’s best known for being the setting for the popular drama ‘Broadchurch’ but this town has long been a popular choice with those seeing a picturesque location with a wealth of amenities. The town has a great selection of sport clubs, shops, restaurants and schools, as well as beautiful Victorian and Georgian properties. Nexa Bristol letting agents in Clevedon consider this area to be a fantastic choice for families in particular, as there’s something for all ages here.
Find Your Place
There is a great mix of coastal and countryside attractions in and around the area. Those seeking a beautiful walking route will love the likes of Poets Walk, which is signposted from Clevedon Pier, as well as the coastal route of Lovers Walk. There’s also Ladye Bay – a stunning rocky cove that is backed by countryside. A wonderful series of natural attractions for local estate agents to highlight to anyone visiting the area and considering a move.
Shopping and Entertainment
There’s a great variety of shops in Clevedon, with several local stores situated on Hill Road and high street brands and supermarkets located at The Triangle in the heart of the town. Clevedon also has a number of cafés, delis and pubs, from The Cellar Wine Bar and The Salthouse pub to the Tiffin Tea House along the seafront.
Owing to the town’s location by the water, water sports and sailing are a popular activity here. There’s a local canoe club as well as Clevedon Sailing Club for those looking to get involved. The town also has a cricket club, Clevedon Town Football Club and a bowling club. There are also facilities for other sports such as horse riding, rugby and golf.
Festivals and Events
In recent years, Clevedon has added several new events and festivals to its roster. The annual Tides Festival is a popular choice with locals, offering a mix of water sports, music, fireworks displays and family-friendly activities. There are also literary festivals, the eat:Clevedon event and even more choice in the nearby town of Portishead and further on to Bristol.
Estate agents in the area recommend one of the main highlights of this area as Clevedon Pier which dates back to 1869 and offers day trips from the pier along the Bristol Channel with the Paddle Steamer Waverley and Motor Vessel Balmoral. Walton Castle is also a popular attraction – this 17th century fort situated on Castle Hill overlooks the Walton St Mary area. Clevedon is also home to the Clevedon Clock Tower, the Curzon Cinema which is one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas in the world, and the Spirit of Clevedon monument.
Clevedon boasts a number of great schools, including Mary Elton, All Saints Church of England School and St Nicholas’ Chantry Church of England School for children of primary school age. The most popular secondary school in this area is Clevedon School which is regularly ranked as outstanding, while Churchill Sixth Form is one of the most popular in the area.
Clevedon is a nice sized town that has a great range of properties. Estate agents in Clevedon offer a mix of grand Georgian townhouses situated along The Beach and Copse Road, vast detached properties and semi-detached homes, as well as modern new builds. The real draw for many to this area, however, is the Victorian villas and semi-detached properties located along Marine Parade and up to Bay Road. All Saints Lane, by contrast, offers a wonderful selection of period cottages for those seeking something with plenty of charm and character.
Talk to our estate agents if you would like to learn more about our range of properties across Clevedon please contact our friendly and highly experienced team today. You can call us on 02920 130000 or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our estate agents will get back to you.