This collection of three- and four-bedroom family homes is a beautiful new community in an unspoiled village on the Mendip border, writes James Higgins
Russet Copse is an impressive semi-rural development of three- and four-bedroom homes in the village of Sandford on the northern edge of the Mendips. Sandford and the confluent village of Churchill form a thriving Somerset community with lots of local conveniences and a primary school.
The development offers a comprehensive range of family homes, situated adjacent to the Ofsted-rated ‘outstanding’ Sandford Primary School. The villages are on the A368 which connects to the seaside town of Weston-Super-Mare and Bristol, just 16 miles away. This location makes Russet Copse a well-placed neighbourhood, with country and city living within easy reach.
Each of the homes are beautifully designed and have a unique character in tune with the north Somerset surroundings. The properties come with a generous outside space and the development is surrounded by an ecology zone and an orchard – a truly stunning location for families. The village backs on to rolling hills, farmland and woods and within a few miles of the property are picturesque streams, country pubs and an iron age hill fort.
Show homes have just opened, including the Helford, a three-bedroom detached property. The living room of this range of properties has French doors onto private, enclosed gardens and a bay window to the front. Each of the homes comes equipped with a high-specification kitchen/diner with integrated appliances, an en suite bathroom to the master accommodation and a family bathroom. The Helford also boasts a garage, driveway parking and rear gardens with laid turf and a 6ft boarded fence.
Agent: Strongvox Homes, 01823 444055, email@example.com, www.strongvox.co.uk