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House Removals Weston-super-Mare
Steeped in Victorian history, Weston-super-Mare is located at the gateway to the South West of England. Visitors to the popular seaside resort increase year upon year, bringing economic benefit to the area via tourism.
The 19th century saw Weston-super-Mare blossom from a tiny village of about 100 inhabitants, to a thriving Victorian holiday favourite of nearly 20,000 people. Today, the population of Weston-super-Mare is well over 70,000. Large areas of the town were decimated during WW2 and, with cheaper air travel and package holidays abroad becoming popular in the 1960s, the destination began to wane.
Moving to Weston-super-Mare
The majority of sales in Weston-super-Mare are of semi-detached properties. For buyers, these are on average, £192,593. Terraced properties are selling for around £162,535 and flats can be picked up for an average of £122,078.
Weston-Super-Mare, with an overall average price of £184,564, is similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Worle (£182,108), but is cheaper than Banwell (£275,469) and Brean (£218,050).
The Britannia Lanes of Somerset office is located just 17 miles away from Weston-super-Mare, in Bridgwater. Not only can we help you with all aspects of your move, we can also help with any storage requirements you have.
Attractions in Western-super-Mare
Dubbed as an indoor theme park, Weston-super-Mare’s Grand Pier is a popular attraction of the seaside town. From traditional arcade fun, to white knuckle rides, there is something to keep every member of the family entertained. There is also the opportunity to have traditional afternoon tea in the pier’s exquisite Edwardian-style tea rooms.
Popular with little ones, SeaQuarium is a hands-on environment for exploring what lies under the sea. There are a variety of different zones within the centre, covering clown fish to rays. Of course, there are also many opportunities to see sharks!
Weston-super-Mare has a number of attractions geared towards families, and Court Farm Country Park is no exception. At the right time of year, the farm is home to lambs, calves, piglets, and foals. There are opportunities to milk and feed some of the animals and bottle feeding the lambs is a real highlight.
Transport Links Weston-super-Mare
Operated by Great Western Railway, Weston-super-Mare railway station is a loop off the main Bristol to Taunton line. Trains from London Paddington to Weston-super-Mare take approximately 2hrs and 15mins and usually require one change either at Bristol Parkway or Bristol Temple Meads. Many who live in Weston-super-Mare work in nearby Bristol. Direct trains to Parkway and Temple Meads stations take between 29 and 54 minutes.
Bristol Airport is easily accessible via the M5 motorway and offers international scheduled flights to many destinations across Europe and beyond.
First operate a network of regular local bus routes around Weston-super-Mare, including nearby towns and villages.