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  • £379,950

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    Farthing Combe, Axbridge BS26

    A lovely, light and airy detached family home situated in 'Farthing Combe', Axbridge, with a large double garage, off street parking for at least four cars and a separate hidden driveway suitable for a caravan, or possibly a boat! There are gardens ...

    • Worle (6.5 miles)
    • Yatton (7.2 miles)
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  • £295,000

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    Old Butchers Yard, Axbridge BS26

    Previously part of the old butchers yard, this delightful Mendip Homes conversion offers spacious and light living accommodation over three floors, with the added benefit of having off street parking, and a small area for a table and chairs, all ...

    • Worle (6.3 miles)
    • Weston Milton (6.9 miles)
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  • £240,000

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    End terrace house for sale

    Mill Stream Close, Axbridge BS26

    Upon entering the property, the hall with stairs to the first floor, door to the cloakroom. The hall splits, to the left is the sitting room with ornamental fireplace and two double glazed windows, to the right is the immaculate kitchen / dining room ...

    • Worle (6.4 miles)
    • Weston Milton (7.0 miles)
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  • £235,000

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    Jubilee Road, Axbridge BS26

    An absolutely delightful cottage having been meticulously maintained throughout by the current owner, with a cottage style courtyard garden to the rear. Internally the property has an entrance hall with stairs to the first floor landing, a living / ...

    • Worle (6.5 miles)
    • Weston Milton (7.1 miles)
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  • £220,000 Guide price

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    Terraced house for sale

    Jubilee Road, Axbridge BS26

    Briefly comprising of entrance hall, lounge, kitchen and family bathroom on the ground floor. The first floor offers two double bedrooms. The exterior of the property offers a well established garden with plenty of plants and shrubs.

    • Worle (6.5 miles)
    • Weston Milton (7.1 miles)
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  • £95,000

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    Studio for sale

    St Johns Court, Axbridge, Axbridge BS26

    studio apartment in historic axbridge. No onward chain. Investors or first time buyers take note! This beautifully appointed ground floor, studio apartment in historic St John's Court is sure to appeal. Close to the heart of medieval Axbridge and ...

    • Worle (6.2 miles)
    • Weston Milton (6.8 miles)
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Living in Axbridge: The local area guide

Like many of Somerset’s idyllic towns, Axbridge is a picturesque market town featuring Georgian buildings, rich medieval history and charming independent shops. It’s the perfect place to wander, stop and marvel at traditional stone-built facades, take tea, see the 13th century church or visit the local museum.

A wide variety of shops meld with a thriving, and completely eclectic café culture. It’s not unusual to find a whimsical tea shop from yesteryear next to your local, modern-day bank.

Axbridge is a town that’s always got something going on, more than often something a little bit quirky. For those into health and well-being, the town hall holds regular yoga, pilates and even hula hooping classes! Cinephiles will be pleased to hear that there’s a local cinema, having been opened several years back after a renovation sponsored by the national lottery.

Demographics

Axbridge is home to a population of around 2,057 people and is a popular choice for those looking to settle down or spend their later years well. The primary age group is around 33-54, with 55-65 year olds coming a close second.

Locals are primarily English, more often than not living in detached or semi-detached houses, bungalows, or terraced housing. These residents tend to live in 3-4 bedroom properties that are mortgaged or often, owned outright. They own 1-2 cars per household, and prefer to use their own car or van as their main mode of transport.

Locals are primarily English, more often than not living in detached or semi-detached houses, bungalows, or terraced housing. These residents tend to live in 3-4 bedroom properties that are mortgaged or often, owned outright. They own 1-2 cars per household, and prefer to use their own car or van as their main mode of transport.

Education

Bristol, around an hour away, is home to the majority of top secondary independent schools, with multiple universities and an unmatched, cosmopolitan feel that draws students to the city.

However, there are local options for students; Sidcot School is less than 3 miles away and educates both primary and secondary children.

However, there are local options for students; Sidcot School is less than 3 miles away and educates both primary and secondary children.

Transport

Car is certainly the transport of choice for residents in and around Axbridge, but it’s not the only option. Although the local train station was closed in 1963, Axbridge remains well connected thanks to a reliable network of local and national buses. Local services run regularly to other towns in Somerset like Cheddar, Wells and Wookey Hole and National Express coaches serve the rest of the UK.

The closest rail station is Weston-Super-Mare, or in roughly an hour’s drive, you can easily get to Bristol where as you can frequent two major rail stations - Bristol Temple Meads and Bristol Parkway, as well as the city’s international airport.

Amenities and shopping

Shopping in Axbridge is an eclectic affair. Browse the independent shops for gifts, flowers and more, pick up your essentials at the local pharmacy and stop for refreshments in a quirky tea shop or chain – the choice is yours.

With a local supermarket, pharmacy, post office and petrol station, and many convenience stores, you won’t be short for groceries and other essentials. And the central square is where you’ll find a farmers’ market on the first Saturday of each month. Head here to source locally grown ingredients, from organic honey, fruit and veg, to famous Somerset cheeses, prime cuts and, of course, gifts.

If you’re looking for something to do with the little ones, a must is Brean Splash. As the name suggests, it’s full of slides and heated pools and at only 8 miles away from Axbridge, it’s a wonderful way to keep the family entertained all year round.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@primelocation.com

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.


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