ESTATE AGENTS IN NAILSEA
Eight miles south-west of Bristol and situated in the town of Somerset, Nailsea is a well-liked commuter town that has increased in popularity in recent years. Estate agents in Nailsea suggest that this town is particularly well-suited to young professionals and families who want access to a great range of amenities and brilliant transport connections. However, there have been several developments for retirement properties in recent years too which make this a great option for retirees seeking to move to this area of the country and enjoy the relaxed, rural feel to the area. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.
Find Your Place
To the east of the town, you’ll find the Land Yeo river and the North Somerset Levels to the west, as well as several local nature reserves dotted around this region. Animal and bird-watching enthusiasts will also want to take a visit to the area close to Nailsea and Backwell railway station which was constructed as a balancing pond and is a haven for wildfowl, dragonflies and bats.
Shopping and Entertainment
Nailsea has several pubs and restaurants, as well as dedicated youth clubs and two Scouting divisions. This town also has numerous theatre, musical and orchestral groups for those looking to get involved with amateur dramatic activities. Nailsea has several outdoor recreational areas, such as the playing fields near Grove Centre, and three play parks for families with young children. The town has a great mix of shops and cafés for grabbing a coffee or picking up essentials too, as well as two weekly markets for picking up groceries from local sellers and suppliers.
Nailsea has four football clubs as well as a local cricket club which has been in operation since the mid-1850s. There is also a ladies’ hockey club which has two league teams – a youth team and a veteran’s team. Nailsea and Backwell Rugby Football Club also play in the RFU league system and the Somerset 2 North.
Festivals and Events
The town has a popular annual carnival which has been held each year since the 1960s and is organised by the local schools and Scouts groups. There is also a popular beer and cider festival, which is typically held in July.
The town is packed with numerous historic landmarks, in particular several beautiful churches. Nailsea Methodist Church dates back to 1789, and there is also Nailsea Baptist Church and the St Francis of Assisi Southfield Church in this area. The 15th century Nailsea Court which is located to the south-west of the town is also a Grade 1-listed building. This area is also within easy reach of the National Trust’s Tyntesfield House and Gardens.
Nailsea has a number of great schools, with Kings Hill Church of England School, Golden Valley and Hannah More Infants serving younger children of infant and primary age. For those of secondary age, Nailsea provides Nailsea School which is a Technology and Media Arts College. The area also has several playgroups for toddlers.
PProperties in Nailsea range from period homes to modern retirement developments and residential units that have been converted from a Grade 1-listed building at the 15th century Nailsea Court. There’s a mix of homes here that will suit families of any size, from detached four-bedroom homes to terraced properties and flats, and with a great community spirit that makes it a fun and friendly place to live, whatever your age. It’s surrounded by rolling countryside, with a breadth of wildlife and natural attractions, offering the best of both worlds for those who still want to be part of a town without the bustle of a city.
If you would like to learn more about our range of properties 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.