24 Mar

Coastal Clevedon offers many benefits

Coastal Clevedon offers many benefits

The seaside town of Clevedon has a lot to offer families and couples moving into the area and should be considered by those relocating to Somerset.

With just over 20,000 residents, the atmosphere is friendly but there are still plenty of facilities within easy reach, as well as plenty of opportunities to make friends and discover new interests.

There is a wide choice of property for sale in Clevedon and the town manages to balance the rural with the coastal, so appeals to those who enjoy the outdoor life. Dog owners will be pleased with the number of attractive walks and families will be able to get plenty of fresh air.

As well as enjoying the countryside, Clevedon also has one of the oldest ever examples of a Victorian pier in the UK and dates back to 1869. It has been recognised as a Grade 1 listed building and has the added benefit of cream teas being served in at the end of the pier all year round. There are also plans to build a new visitor centre to highlight the construction and restoration of the attraction.

Other interesting days out in the region include visiting Clevedon Court. It is a 14th century manor National Trust property and is in surprisingly good condition, with lots of original medieval features.

The house was bought in 1709 by Abraham Elton and remains the family home for his descendants to this day. One of the main attractions for visitors to the unique property include the large display of Eltonware pottery and a varied collection of Nailsea glass.

For those people who enjoy sport, Clevedon also has an active leisure scene. There are local teams in both cricket and on-league football within the town, so plenty of opportunity to support the home side.

Golfers will also want to consider joining the local club, which is quickly developing a reputation as one of the best courses in the region.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801706151-ADNFCR

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