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House Removals Street
Just 2 miles south-west of Glastonbury, Street is a large village situated in the dry spot of the Somerset Levels, at the end of the Polden Hills. The area is rich with Roman occupation, but much of the history of the town is dominated by Glastonbury Abbey until the dissolution of the monasteries by Henry VIII in 1539.
To the north of Street is the River Brue, which marks the boundary with neighbouring Glastonbury. South of Street are the Walton and Ivythorn Hills and East Polden Grasslands; both biological sites are of special scientific interest. Both boast picturesque scenery and are perfect places for walking and picnics.
Moving to Street
Street is diverse when it comes to properties, from new builds and period properties, to modest flats and grand 6 bed family homes. Prices range from around £85,000 to £700,000. Flats, depending on the number of bedrooms and location, are fetching prices just under and just above £100,000.
However, the majority of sales are of terraced properties. Family properties of this nature are selling for an average of £199,566. Semi-detached properties ae fetching around £192,225, and detached, £311,660.
The Britannia Lanes of Somerset office is a 25-minute drive from Street, in Bridgwater. Not only can we help you with all aspects of your move, we can also help with any storage requirements you have.
Shopping in Street
Street is loved for its high-street shopping and Clarks Village Outlet. The outlet provides savvy shoppers with a plethora of high street and designer brands, but with discounts of up to 60%. The shopping destination is extremely popular and can be very busy at weekends, but visitors can escape the crowds and indulge in a bite to eat in one of the many cafes and restaurants.
Transport Links Street
Street does not have a train station, the nearest is a 25-minute drive away in Bridgwater. Bridgwater railway station is on the Bristol to Taunton line and is operated by Great Western Railway. The station has 2 platforms and the basic weekday service pattern comprises of one train in each direction per hour. Most operate to and from Cardiff Central and Taunton. Trains to London Paddington from Bridgwater take between 2 hours 30 minutes and 3 hours 10 minutes.
Street is easily accessible by road, with the A39 to Street coming off at junction 23 of the M5. This means that Exeter, Bath and Bristol are all under an hour if driving.
Street is serviced by a number of bus routes. Providing transportation around Street itself, local villages and towns, and areas further afield.