Mendip Orchard, Compton Martin
- Four bedroom detached family home
- Sought after village location
- High specification
- Open plan kitchen and dining room
- Large sitting room
- Study and separate utility room
- Master bedroom with ensuite
- Allocated parking
- Help to buy available
- Predicted EPC rating B
Compton Martin is one of the most sought-after villages in Somerset. Surrounded by undulating hills and apple orchards, but still with easy access to Bristol, Bath and Wells.
A contemporary development in a gorgeous village location within the Area of Outstanding National Beauty, where the limestone hills give way to the lakes of the Chew Valley, this is a truly rare opportunity.
Take advantage of the first chance in years to purchase properties of this calibre in the village. An exciting opportunity.
The high level of design and detail, both inside and out, has been carefully considered by our interior design team. This ensures you can make the most of the space in your new home. You'll be living in a gorgeous historic village location, but without any of the hassle of maintaining a period home.
Each home benefits from private parking and generous gardens.
Fully fitted modern kitchen (Door colour choice available subject to build)
Quartzform worktops and upstands (Colour choice available subject to build)
Laminate worktop in utility rooms
Stainless steel sink and mixer tap
Neff gas hob
Neff built in fridge freezer
Neff cooker hood
Soft closing doors and drawers
BATHROOMS AND ENSUITES
Hansgrohe mixer taps and shower heads
Duravit concealed cistern WC and Geberit flush plate in chrome
Duravit soft close toilet
Chrome heated towel rails
Single drawer vanity units in high gloss white for bathrooms and ensuites
Merlyn glass shower screens to baths and showers
LED Downlights to ceilings
Porcelanosa contemporary ceramic floor and wall tiles (Choice available subject to build)
High quality painted doors
Brushed stainless steel ironmongery
Engineered wood flooring generally to hall, cloakroom, living, dining, kitchen & utility areas
Carpet to bedroom areas, study, stairs & landings and living room if separate
Walls and wood work finished in matt / eggshell emulsion in light shades
Gas central heating
Fibre to the door
Pre wiring for television
Telecoms connection to living room and master bedroom
Mains smoke detectors to hallways and heat detectors to kitchen areas
Soft Landscaping Front and Rear
Cold Water Taps
All homes will benefit from a 10 year ICW structural warranty.
SITUATION This quintessentially British village, complete with village pond, has everything you would expect from local life. There is a thriving local community that centres around the traditional amenities of the Post Office, village hall and local pub. You'll be able to enjoy Yoga and Pilates classes within walking distance of home.
The Ring O' Bells pub is something of an institution in the village, with a landlord who is very well connected in the music industry. The traditional inglenook fireplace, flagstone floor, leather armchairs and upright piano hosts a range of comedy, music and community events.They have even been known to host the occasional impromptu gig from the likes of Kylie and Gorrilaz, amongst others!
Whilst you're tucked away in this beautiful village setting, you can also access nearby Chew Magna for all the prime amenities on its high street. Neighbouring West Harptree is just a stone's throw away, where you will find the GP surgery, dentist and renowned village stores with delicatessen. The cathedral city of Wells has twice weekly farmers' markets, and is just nine miles to the south.
Nearby Blagdon Cricket Club, is the hub of the village. Boasting three senior sides, they also have a thriving youth section and offer a warm welcome for both spectators and players alike.
Compton Martin is perfectly located for excellent primary and secondary
schools. Ubley and East Harptree primary schools are both less than
two miles away, with Chew Valley School being the local secondary. For private schooling, both Wells Cathedral School and Sidcot are close by, with the options of the likes of Bristol Grammar School and Clifton College in the wider area.
South of Bristol and rising above the Somerset Levels, the Mendip Hills AONB is one of England's most special places. Enjoy exploring the ancient monuments scattered across the hilltops and fields crisscrossed with drystone walls, through to the steep gorges. As you would expect from an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there is plenty of wildlife amongst the grasslands and wooded areas.
Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes provide the ideal spots to enjoy fishing of an
international standard, whilst the bird life is thriving with many rare species coming and going throughout the year. You also have the chance to explore the lakes by
The regional hubs of Bristol and Bath are both easily commutable, whether for work or pleasure. Bristol is just 10 miles north, with Bath 14 miles to the east. Shopping, restaurants and theatres are in an abundance at each, along with the regional city of
Wells closer to home.
The train links from Bristol Temple Meads and Bath Spa will take you to London Paddington in just over 90 minutes. They are also well served by cross country links for travel further afield. Take the connection from nearby Nailsea and Backwell station and you will be at Bristol Temple Meads in just over 10 minutes.
This is rural living but with the city on your doorstep, the best of both worlds.
DIRECTIONS DIRECTIONS FROM CENTRAL BRISTOL
Take the Bishopsworth Road through Bishopsworth, then follow the B3114 signposted to Dundry, Chew Magna and Chew Stoke. At the junction of the A368 take a right into Compton Martin village with Mendip Orchard situated on the right, 200 metres after The Ring O' Bells.
DIRECTIONS FROM CENTRAL BATH
Take the A36 signposted to Corston, followed by the A39 through Marksbury, followed by the A368 into Compton Martin village. Mendip Orchard is situated on the right, 200 metres after The Ring O' Bells.
DIRECTIONS FROM CENTRAL WELLS
Take the A39, Old Bristol Road, through Milton, followed by B3134 Gibbets Brow. On Harptree Hill, at the junction with the A368, turn left into Compton Martin village. Mendip Orchard is situated on the right, 200 metres after The Ring O' Bells.
FREEMANTLE DEVELOPMENTS Freemantle Developments is a privately owned Property Development Company based in Clifton, Bristol. Founded in 2002, Freemantle has established a reputation for innovation in residential property development. This is reflected in a portfolio of truly outstanding developments - 53 to date. This experience, combined with their dynamic approach, has made Freemantle one of the region's leading property developers.
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NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Nailsea & Backwell Station8.3 miles
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