House Removals Clevedon
Clevedon is situated on the Bristol Channel coast and is a beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooking the Severn Estuary. It offers some beautiful coastal walks along its pebbled shoreline including Poet’s Walk. Named after the poets associated with Clevedon, the route starts near the marine lake and goes up into woodland, before reaching low cliffs and magnificent views across the channel.
Clevedon only solidified itself as a seaside resort when the Victorian demand for bracing sea air made a visit to the coast a must. Before its growth in popularity, Clevedon was a small rural village on the edges of the Somerset Levels. Many of the town’s older buildings are Victorian, except for Clevedon Court, which is one of the oldest manor houses in England.
In the present day, Clevedon is now a busy hub that benefits from a relaxed pace of life.
Moving to Clevedon
The most popular property to buy in Cleveland is flats, with the average price on the market at an average of £179,972. Terraced properties are also favourable, fetching an average sold price of £217,068. Semi-detached properties tend to be selling for around £269,378.
Clevedon, with an overall average price of £249,952 was more expensive than nearby Worle (£182,202), but was cheaper than Nailsea (£286,634) and Portishead (£301,078).
The Britannia Lanes of Bristol office is located just 40 minutes from Clevedon in Brislington. Not only can we provide you with a bespoke removals service, we also offer a variety of storage solutions to suit to you.
Attractions in Clevedon
Curzon Community Cinema opened in 1912 and has not stopped showing films since. It is one of the eldest and continuously running cinemas in the world. Thanks to community support it was saved from closure in 1992 and is now run by helpful locals.
Many love to spend time walking on the promenade, taking in grade one listed Clevedon Pier, marine lake, ornamental gardens and the Victorian bandstand. A short stroll from the marine lake is Salthouse Fields which has a miniature train going round the park, a bouncy castle and a café.
Due to its coastal location, Clevedon is also home to a variety of water sports opportunities. Sailing, paddle boarding, windsurfing and kite surfing can all be enjoyed in the sea.
Transport Links Clevedon
Clevedon, by Junction 20 of the M5, is just 13 miles from Bristol and 10 miles from Weston-Super-Mare. It has good public bus links to both major towns.
Clevedon does not have a train station however, Yatton station is just a 10-minute drive away. Yatton is on the mainline south of Bristol Temple Meads and Taunton is a 45-minute journey. Many who live in Clevedon commute to Bristol or Cardiff. Depending on which station, trains to Bristol can take 17 or 41 minutes. Commuting to Cardiff will take around 1 hour 20 minutes.