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Superb new showhomes now available to view, The Killburn(3 bed home) and The Hallam(4 bed home). Book your appointment now.

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These 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes are now available to buy and will offer everything you would expect from a housebuilder like us. Spacious, flexible living areas. Beautiful finishes and high specifications throughout. And the added benefits of low maintenance and energy efficiency.

Why buy at Somerton Mead? Our 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes nestled in the heart of the Somerset and boasting stunning rolling green scenery are absolutely perfect for those looking for rural surroundings with the convenience of great access routes and plenty of history to soak up. The historic town of Somerton remains resolutely rural while also offering commuter links to the M5, A303 providing great access to Yeovil, Taunton and Bristol.

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Site Plan

Explore the Somerton Mead development using our interactive site plan

Location

The Area Somerton in Somerset

Local area near Somerton Mead, Somerton

Somerton is an ancient settlement, mentioned in the Middle Ages as the capital of Wessex - the reason why it lent its name to the county of Somerset. Nowadays it’s a fine example of small-town Somerset life, packed with history and tradition that’s evident from the moment you step foot in Somerton’s old centre point, the aptly-named Cow Square. 

As classically Somerset as you can find, Somerton evokes memories of country life at its most quintessential. It’s conveniently walkable: start at the historical heart of Market Square and take in the town’s many landmarks like the rare octagonal-tower Church of St Michael and All Angels. The town itself boasts a wonderful selection of cafes, tearooms, bistros, restaurants and pubs such as The Lime Kiln Inn and The Royal Oak. Those in search of fresh Somerset air will find walks aplenty on the outskirts of Somerton.

Somerton, being only 35 miles from Bristol and 33 miles from Bath and with close links to the M5, is an ideal location for those wanting a better work-life balance.

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Help to Buy price represents 80% of the purchase price and is only available on developments in England, for first time buyers up to the value of £349,000 (South West) subject to contract, status and eligibility. Help to Buy, Assisted Move, Part Exchange and all Bloor Homes’ incentives and schemes are subject to terms and conditions and are available on selected developments and selected plots only.

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