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New Build Homes for Sale at Mendip View, Cheddar

Our aspirational new 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses at Mendip View in Cheddar are exceptional. Surrounded by incredible countryside and just moments from the stunning Cheddar Reservoir, you can enjoy scenic walks, bike rides, watersports and more.

Discover life in an idyllic location in Cheddar, Somerset.
The breathtaking setting of Mendip View makes it an enviable place to call home. It’s conveniently close to town, and offers a sought-after balance of local amenities and country life. Dramatic landscapes, historic landmarks and fantastic amenities are easily accessible, with Bath, Bristol and the coast are all within easy reach. And then there’s our energy efficient new build homes: spacious, thoughtfully designed and comfortable with open plan kitchen diners, separate living areas, generous bedrooms, and private gardens.


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The area near Mendip View in Cheddar

This wonderful collection of houses for sale in Cheddar are ideally situated close to everything you and your family need day-to-day. With the stunning Cheddar reservoir and Mendip Hills just a stone’s throw away and the famous Cheddar Gorge, you can enjoy all that this wonderful part of Somerset has to offer. 

Things to do in Cheddar
Mendip Views is a perfect location for anyone who wants to live in a highly sought-after, truly stunning location, with all the benefits of good local amenities, transport links and schools close by. Shops, supermarkets and everyday services including banks, a Post Office, pharmacy, veterinary surgery and florist can all be found just a short distance away. There are also several cafes, pubs and restaurants to choose from too, including a good selection close to Cheddar Gorge itself. This is a hugely popular tourist attraction all year round, and with so much countryside all around, you can easily spend an entire year here exploring. The village of Cheddar has an extensive and interesting history. As long ago as 1130, the beauty of Cheddar Gorge was described as ‘one of the four wonders of England’. The Kings of Wessex Academy secondary school is built on the site of an Anglo Saxon Palace, while the ruins of St Columbanus, a 13th century chapel, can still be seen. Those in need of more serious retail therapy will find plenty on offer in the ancient city of Wells, which is just nine miles away and in Bristol, around 18 miles away. Less than an hour’s drive away, Catherine Hill in Frome has an enviable reputation for its range of quirky independent shops, vintage boutiques and monthly artisans market.

Transport in and around Cheddar
Commuters looking for properties for sale in Cheddar are close to two main ‘A’ roads; the A371 and the A38. From these roads, destinations including Wells (30 minutes), Glastonbury (35 minutes, via A39), Bridgwater (45 minutes via A39) and Bath (1 hour, via A367) can all be reached. The M5 is around 7 miles from the development, which provides further routes to Portishead, Taunton and Exeter. For rail services, Worle station is around 9 miles from the development. From here you can catch a train to Taunton (40 minutes), Filton Abbey Wood (37 minutes), Bristol Parkway (42 minutes) and Weston-super-Mare (6 minutes). For air travel, Bristol International Airport is 10 miles away, and provides flights around the world from Bergerac to Washington.

Schools and education in Cheddar
Families searching for homes for sale in Cheddar have Ofsted rated schools for all ages within a short distance of home. For young children, Earlybirds Pre-School (rated ‘Outstanding’) is less than a mile away by car, with Cheddar First School (‘Good’) just next door. Older children have Fairlands Middle School (‘Good’) just over a mile from home, with The Kings of Wessex Academy secondary school (‘Good’) a mile away. Other schools are available a mile and a half away - Axbridge CofE First School is rated as Outstanding - and just over two miles away, where Draycott and Rodney Stoke CofE First School is rated as Good.

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