House Removals Weston-Super-Mare
With a 2-hour commute to Birmingham, London and Plymouth, Weston-Super-Mare is becoming not only popular as a holiday destination, but as a place to set-up home. The traditional seaside resort is home to The Grand Pier. Sadly, the pier was subject to a destructive fire in 2008. However, it was rebuilt and reopened in 2010 and is now a wonderful day out and local haunt for families.
Weston-Super-Mare still offers donkey rides on its sandy shores and the wide sweep of Weston Bay is loved by all. The coastline is pristine but do not forget that there is countryside to explore, and Cheddar, Glastonbury, Wells, Bristol, Bath and the Mendip and Quantock Hills are all within easy reach.
Moving to Weston-Super-Mare
The majority of sales in Weston-Super-Mare during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £190,989. Terraced properties sold for an average of £161,685, with detached properties fetching £261,280.
Weston-Super-Mare, with an overall average price of £183,610, was similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Worle (£182,202), but was cheaper than Banwell (£270,408) and Brean (£240,400).
The Britannia Lanes of Bristol office is located just 50 minutes from Weston-Super-Mare in Brislington. Not only can we provide you with a bespoke removals service, we also offer a variety of storage solutions to suit you.
Further and higher education is provided by Weston College which has three main campuses.
Eating and Shopping in Weston-Super-Mare
Weston-Super-Mare’s town centre has plenty to offer. The main shopping area is compact and sits directly opposite the sea front, providing shoppers with a nice sea-breeze while they shop. The pedestrianised centre had a plethora of restaurants and cafés, as well as specialist local shops and national brands. There are also restaurants, cafés and boutiques nestled on the coastline too.
The Sovereign Shopping Centre is very popular as it is home to recognisable high-street stores and has a large multi-storey car park. Orchard Meadows is also another popular shopping destination, with most of the stores occupied by independent retailers. Weston-Super-Mare are keen to support their local traders and there is no better location than Orchard Meadows to do so.
Schools in Weston-Super-Mare
St Mark’s and Meade Vale are two popular primary schools in Weston-Super-Mare, closely followed by Hutton C of E, Corpus Chirsti, Christ Church C of E and Castle Batch.
There are four secondary schools in Weston-Super-Mare. The most popular amongst parents is Priory Community as it received ‘outstanding’ in all categories after its most recent Ofsted report. Hans Price Academy, North Somerset College and Broadoak Mathematics and Computing College all received ‘good’ rankings from Ofsted.