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ESTATE AGENTS IN WESTON-SUPER-MARE

A classic seaside town, Weston-super-Mare sits around 25 miles south-west of Bristol on the shore of the Bristol Channel. The main attraction to this area is Weston Bay which offers miles of beautiful sandy beach and a number of traditional attractions. Letting agents in Weston-super-Mare are finding that this area is becoming increasingly popular for those looking for a relaxed pace of life while still having access to all the great amenities and events of bigger cities such as Bristol and Bath. The area is well connected and many of the town’s main attractions are close to rail and bus stops for easy accessibility. Home to beautiful countryside, a wonderful coastline and historic landmarks, Weston-super-Mare offers residents plenty to explore and enjoy. Get in contact with us today if you are interested in learning more about our range of properties.

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Natural Attractions

As a coastal location, Weston-super-Mare isn’t short of beautiful outdoor spaces to explore. The beach is an attraction in and of itself, but there is also the Marine Lake at the northern end that is popular with families during the summer months. Grove Park is situated at the top of the High Street and offers regular music events at the bandstand on the weekends. If you want a longer stroll, Worlebury Woods is the perfect choice – it’s a peaceful area that offers beautiful sunset views from Prince Consort Gardens.

Shopping and Entertainment

There are a great range of cafés, restaurants, fast food outlets and takeaway spots, with many located along the High Street and seafront areas. Some of the most popular are Yo-Ji, a Japanese fine dining restaurant, as well as the Old Thatched Cottage for family-friendly dining. The High Street is the main shopping area in the town but there is also the Sovereign Shopping Centre which has nearly 40 shops and a café. For more information on the local shops and amenities, talk to one of our estate agents today.

Sport

Those looking for properties in the area will have plenty of sport options to choose from as residents. The Weston-super-Mare A.F.C. is the town’s main football club and they play in the Southern Premier South league. There are also two rugby clubs here – Weston-super-Mare RFC and the Hornets RFC. The town is also well-known for motocross, with the Weston Beach Race taking place annually.

Festivals and Events

Weston-super-Mare is best known for its impressive feats of creativity on the beach, with the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival that has been held here for more than 250 years. The Tropicana Lido was also refurbished in recent years and now serves as a popular arts venue where events and festivals, including Comic Con and vegan festivals, are held.

Historic Landmarks

The town plays host to several historic sites and places of interest, including the Helicopter Museum which is home to more than 80 classic helicopters and autogiros. The Grand Pier is one of the area’s most popular attractions and is where you’ll find a range of funfair-style attractions and arcade games. There is also a First World War memorial site in Grove Park which contains a sculpture of Alfred Drury and is a Grade II-listed building.

Schools

Families looking for the best schools in Weston-super-Mare have plenty to choose from. The highest-rated school is Stanwell School which is for children aged 11-18, while Churchill Academy and Backwell School are also popular secondary schools in this area. For infant and primary schools, there is a great selection, including Ashcombe Primary, Becket Primary and Bournville Primary School.

Popular Areas

Estate agents are finding that younger people are seeking out properties in this area in order to have access to cosmopolitan cities like Bristol and Bath. Some of the most popular properties are situated along the hillside, offering views of the beach and the woods behind them, which offer a beautifully relaxed pace of life.

Contact us

If you would like to learn more about our range of properties please contact our friendly and highly experienced estate agents today. You can call us on 02920 130000 or email the team at hello@nexabristol.com and one of our estates will get back to you shortly.

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