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  • Just seven luxurious townhouses in this prime location
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Pippard’s Court is an exclusive private development of only seven luxurious townhouses, situated close to the town centre. All homes have their own garage and private enclosed garden.

Elan’s Pippard’s Court development of new homes in Somerton, Somerset reflects our aim of providing customers with the home of their dreams. The properties at Pippard’s Court offer attractive living space with elegant interior décor, and benefit from a stylish finish of contemporary fixtures and fittings.

When you explore your new home at Pippard’s Court, you’ll find design that demonstrates our attention to detail and enthusiasm for quality building.  

Off Pesters Lane,
Somerton,
Somerset
TA11 7AA
07775420803

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2 Bedroom Homes Available From £385,000

Site plan

The Ashcott

Townhouse with integral garage

The Croscombe

Townhouse with integral garage

The Kingsdon

Townhouse with attached single garage

The Meare

Townhouse with integral garage

The Wedmore

Townhouse with integral garage

The Coxley

Townhouse with integral garage

The Wootton

Townhouse with integral double garage

What's in the local area

Schools

Somerton’s schools recently joined forces to form King Ina CofE Academy, which is
rated as outstanding across the board by Ofsted. Just a short walk from Pippard’s
Court, you couldn’t ask for a better start in life for your children.

Older pupils can choose between Huish Episcopi Academy and Crispin School,
both covering a wide catchment area and both rated good by Ofsted. Millfield
School, in nearby Street, offers an independent alternative.

Transport

Somerton remains resolutely rural while still enjoying excellent commuter connections
for residents across the area. Yeovil is just 9miles, Taunton 19miles and Bristol is
35miles. The M5 can be accessed around 16miles to the west, with the A303 also
within easy reach.

Although the railway bisects the town, Somerton no longer has a station, with rail
services accessible at Castle Carey Station, around 10miles to the east.

Days Out

The Parish Rooms offer a comprehensive range of activities, from Thai Chi to beekeeping, as well as regular Moviola film nights. The nearest multiplex is the Cineworld in Yeovil, where you’ll also find the Octagon Theatre and the
Swan Theatre.

You truly are spoiled for choice when it comes to local scenery, with the Mendip
Hills, Cranborne Chase and the Quantock Hills – all Areas of Outstanding Natural
Beauty – all just a short drive away. For a fun family day out, head for the caves of Wookey Hole, where you can explore for hours and enjoy a host of other attractions too, including the Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Nearby Glastonbury has much to offer, from the mysteries and magic of Glastonbury Tor and the ancient Abbey, to the world famous music festival held at Worthy Farm.

Shopping

Somerton has held a weekly market in the ancient Market Square since medieval times, and there are still plenty of bargains to be had as you browse the eclectic selection of stalls.

There’s also a small selection of other shops in the town, mixing local independents and famous names.

For a more extensive shopping trip, try Quedam Shopping Centre in Yeovil, Clarks
Village Outlet Shopping in Street, Orchard Shopping Centre in Taunton, or go for the
full hit retail therapy of a trip to Bristol, where you’ll find the popular Cabot Circus, an
extensive pedestrianised city centre and the out of town shopping of Cribbs Causeway.

Dining Out

Somerton has a lively social life, with a number of highly recommended country inns, including the White Hart, the Kingston Inn and the Cross Keys, all offering a friendly welcome and great pub grub.

There’s also a choice of popular restaurants nearby such as the Spice Gallery, and Nuova Italia in nearby Ilchester.

Sport & Leisure

There are a number of challenging golf courses within a short drive of Pippard’s Court, including Kingweston, Long Sutton and Wheathill. Huish Leisure, at Huish Academy in nearby Langport, provides a wealth of sports facilities open to the
general public, including a pool.

Somerton has its own Music and Arts festival held every summer, featuring a wide range of local artists and musicians. The festival programme offers everything from photography and painting to sculpture and scarecrow building, classical and big band concerts to rock n roll and contemporary music.

“Elan pulled out all the stops, I would definitely recommend Elan Homes. They ticked all the right boxes - we’ve had five star treatment from all of the staff.”

Paul & Margaret

“We didn’t want to miss out while we tried to sell our old home and with Part Exchange we didn’t have to. It gave us peace of mind and meant that we didn’t have to worry about getting caught up in a chain that could delay our move.”

Jane & David

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