Highbury fields

The Blagdon House at Highbury Fields

This exclusive new development is at the heart of a gorgeous North Somerset village with great commuter credentials, writes James Higgins

Highbury Fields is a new rural development in the North Somerset village of Clutton. The development comprises 36 two-, three- and four-bedroom homes; all uniquely designed and completed to the highest standards, these attractive homes bring 21st century living to village life.

The specifications vary from home to home but in the three- and four-bedroom homes there are large open-plan living spaces and beautifully completed kitchens. The kitchens have a contemporary, stylish design with kitchen units by Symphony, stainless steel splashbacks, and integrated appliances which include an oven and gas hob. There are downlights in the kitchens with attractive pendant lights fitted in other areas of the home. The bathrooms feature Hansgrohe thermostatic showers and bathtubs.

From the oak staircase balustrades to the high-output, energy-efficient boilers, these homes have been designed with incredible attention to detail. Each home additionally features designated parking and rear gardens.

Clutton is located amidst rolling hills and open farmland in one of the most attractive corners of England. It sits adjacent to the A37 about 10 miles from Bristol city centre, but the centre of the village (and the development of Highbury Fields) lies away from this arterial road in a quiet, secluded position overlooking open fields. The eastern edge of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is six miles from Clutton. The area is renowned for its lakes, hills and gorges, and is a stunning space to explore in all seasons.

Midsummer Norton is five miles away and is the nearest town; it provides market town conveniences including a supermarket. The village is bordered by intriguingly named hamlets like Temple Cloud – a village steeped in medieval history which owes its name to a connection with the Knights Templar.

Given the village’s proximity to Bristol and Bath, it would be a fantastic choice for buyers looking for an easy commute and out-of-town living.

The area offers good schools, like the village’s primary school, nearby Norton Hill Secondary and Chew Valley School. With Chew Valley Country Farm, Wookey Hole Caves, and Cowtastic Farm Park and Playbarn, the area also boasts lots of great places for a family day out.

Each home is covered by a 10-year NHBC warranty and a two-year Curo Home warranty that will give buyers long-term peace of mind.

Agent: Curo, 0345 140 5050, www.curo-sales.co.uk

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