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Blackdown Meadow, Wellington

Added on 01/04/2021
Wilkie May & Tuckwood, Wellington

Key features

  • Brand new 4 bedroom detached family home
  • An exclusive development of just 23 traditionally built properties
  • High quality fixtures and fittings throughout
  • West facing garden
  • Walking distance to Wellington town centre
  • Close to local transport links
  • Garage and off road parking
  • Master en-suite facilities
  • 10 year NHBC warranty

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

The Moorlinch is a brand new four bedroom detached home with single garage and parking for two cars. With a generous entrance hall and plenty of room for the family, the Moorlinch benefits from a downstairs cloakroom and a separate utility room with access to the garden.

The large living room benefits from French doors leading to the West facing rear garden. The equally well scaled kitchen with central island and dining area gives a social feel to space. The kitchen is fitted to a high specification, and includes an integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, double oven and induction hob.

On the first floor, the master bedroom benefits from an ensuite and fitted wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, a family bathroom as well as an airing cupboard.

This property also benefits from double glazed white PVCu windows and a gas fired condensing combi boiler.

Outside, there is a good sized rear garden with an outside tap.

About the Development

Nestling on the outskirts of the charming town of Wellington, Blackdown Meadow sits at the foot of the vast Blackdown Hills under the magnificent gaze of the Wellington Monument. This is an exclusive development comprising of just 23 traditional build 2, 3 & 4 bedroom properties.


Blackdown Meadow is situated on the outskirts of the historic market town of Wellington which is nestled in rural Somerset, approximately 5.5 miles South West of Taunton. This small town offers a bustling high street with a generous selection of local shops providing fresh local produce, clothing, homewear, hardwear, hand crafted gifts and much more. Mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086, Wellington was originally known as Walintone before being awarded its name by the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley in 1809. The 175ft Wellington Monument was constructed to celebrate the Duke of Wellington’s victory in the Battle of Waterloo with the foundations being laid in 1817. The Monument is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II Listed building and is visited by many people wishing to take in the beautiful countryside views which stretch across the Blackdown Hills and beyond.

Things to do

There are a wealth of local amenities surrounding Blackdown Meadow including two supermarkets, a Waitrose and Asda, primary schools, secondary school, an excellent private school, dental surgeries, doctors surgeries, post office, convenience stores, hairdressers and barbers, bank, gyms, hotels, spa, community centres, pubs, restaurants and churches dotted around the town. The town has a thriving sports scene that caters for many sports fans including a modern sports centre, Wellington RFC, Wellington AFC, Bowling Club, Cricket Club, Cycling Club, Tennis Club and Badminton Club, as well as many independent sports groups in the area. It is also home to the unique Patou Alpacas Farm. This quirky family run business is home to around 70 alpacas and offers up close and personal experiences with the animals.


Wellington offers a variety of educational settings with a number of choices for each age group up to secondary education. The town has one secondary school Court Fields Community School, but also benefits from independent education on offer at Wellington School.


As Blackdown Meadow is conveniently located near to Junction 26 of the M5 you can quickly be heading towards Exeter and the South West Coast, North to Bristol and beyond and East along the A358/A303 to destinations further afield. For rail travel, Taunton and Tiverton Parkway are the nearest stations, with direct trains to London Paddington in 1hour 49 minutes.

Management Company

As is the norm with most modern developments, an approved 3rd party management company will be contracted to maintain attenuation and public open spaces at Blackdown Meadow. Each property is required to pay a yearly annual fee of £269 to the Management Company. 

Summerfield Homes

Summerfield is an established property company with a longstanding reputation for commercial development as well as managing and maintaining a diverse property portfolio, and building select residential new home sites throughout the South West. We hold a strong track record of delivering quality homes and recognise the importance of maintaining our reputation of constructing desirable homes that offer customers a more individual choice. Every home is designed to complement its setting, incorporating a traditional style typical of the local area with character features and individual finishes. Built using the latest construction techniques, all Summerfield homes come with a 10-year National House Builders Council (NHBC) warranty.

*Please note that Internal photos and virtual tour used above Is of a Summerfield show home on another development. Internal/external specifications and finishes may vary please speak to a Summerfield Homes sales representative for more Information. 


From our Wellington High Street office, proceed in the Taunton direction, taking the second exit and the first roundabout and second exit at the second roundabout. Continue along this road to Chelston Roundabout, taking the fifth exit to turn back on yourself, where further along you will be able to take the left hand turning into Blackdown Meadow.


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Blackdown Meadow, Wellington


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  • Taunton Station5.4 miles
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Wilkie May & Tuckwood, Wellington

29 High Street, Wellington, TA21 8QT

Wilkie May & Tuckwood, Wellington
Wilkie May & Tuckwood - Wellington
John Wrelton - Director

Many people from outside the area know the location of Wellington, without realising it, as it lies just off the M5 to the west of Taunton set in glorious countryside marked by a monument to the Duke of Wellington high on the Blackdown Hills. It is this peaceful environment that draws buyers for its convenient commute along with excellent sporting and educational facilities. There is also the lure of the easily rea

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