Just eight miles south-west of Bristol City centre is the thriving town of Nailsea. It is located in prime Bristol commuter belt territory and boasts all the usual local amenities of popular residential towns, including an excellent transport infrastructure, with Bristol International Airport just five miles away.
Just 35-minutes away from Nailsea (in Bristol) is the family-owned removals and storage company Britannia Lanes of Bristol. They have over 40 years’ experience and have offices throughout the South West so, if you are moving to or from Nailsea, or anywhere in this beautiful corner of the UK, get in touch with Britannia Lanes of Bristol today.
Moving to Nailsea
For those looking to retire, Nailsea has seen a recent rise in development of properties for those entering their golden years. Much of Nailsea’s property, in general, was developed in the middle of the 20th century, aside from a core of period properties, with homes in Grade I listed Nailsea Court particularly sought after.
Family properties, from terraces to detached, tend to be the big seller in Nailsea. These properties vary between £230,000 and £450,000 dependant on location, number of bedrooms, and the condition of the property. Rental properties in Nailsea, of this nature, will fetch anywhere between £900 pcm and £1600 pcm.
Flats and terraced homes with two bedrooms vary between £500 pcm and £800 pcm, or £145,000 and £220,000 if you intend on buying.
Schools in Nailsea
Nailsea is home to seven primary schools and two secondary schools. Parents are spoilt for choice, with latest Ofsted reports from all the schools ranking them as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’. Grove Junior, Hannah Moore Infant and Kingshill Church School are all ‘good’. St Francis School, West Leigh Infant, Golden Valley Primary, and Blackwell CofE Junior School are all ‘outstanding’.
Nailsea School is one of the two secondary facilities in the town, and is also home to a sixth form. The school is an academy and received ‘good’ from Ofsted in its latest inspection. The other secondary school, also with sixth form, is Backwell School. It has gained popularity due to its reputation for academic excellence and is ‘outstanding’ in the eyes of Ofsted.
Transport Links Nailsea
Those living in Nailsea will be blessed by just a five-mile drive to Junction 20 of the M5 which spans Exeter to Birmingham. Nailsea is mostly surrounded by B roads, but the A370 which runs through the neighbouring village of Blackwell is an important route.
Between the two locations is Nailsea and Blackwell railway station. The two-platform station has regular services to Bristol Parkway, Weston-Super-Mare, Cardiff Central, Taunton, and London Paddington.