Exeter Road, Rockwell Green, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 9RLGet directions
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Exeter Road, Rockwell Green, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 9RL Get directions
Prices from £305,000 to £385,000
3 & 4 bed homes available
semi detached & detached homes available
Selected homes available to purchase on a part-buy-part-rent basis using Home Reach, starting at a 50% share.
Welcome to Monument View, an attractive new development on the edge of the ancient market town of Wellington in Somerset. This bustling community has shops, supermarkets, schools, and health facilities as well as an array of sports and leisure activities. Junction 26 of the M5 is within easy reach and it’s only seven miles to the county town of Taunton which has rail links to London Paddington and Bristol. Choose from our stunning range of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes with contemporary designs to suit today’s busy lifestyles. If you’re looking for a quality new home in beautiful Somerset, your search ends here!
- Take Junction 27 on the M5 heading east on the A38
- After 6.5 miles turn left at the roundabout onto Exeter Road
- Monument View is 0.5 miles ahead on the right
- From Fore Street head southwest onto Mantle Street
- Continue for 0.9 miles onto Exeter Road
- Monument View is on the left
Monument View is just off the A38 and only 1.5 miles from the town centre. The A38 is your main route to Taunton, 7 miles away and to Tiverton Parkway Railway Station, 9 miles. The M5 north and southbound is reached via Junction 26, 3 miles away and the historic city of Exeter and the beautiful North Devon coast are less than 90 minutes away. Trains run from both Taunton and Tiverton Parkway to Exeter, Bristol, London Paddington, Cheltenham and the Midlands, while Exeter Airport is only a 24 mile-drive.
A trip to the shops
You’ll find an array of local shops in Wellington including a bakery, butcher’s, newsagents, chemists and Post Office, as well as Asda and Waitrose supermarkets. In nearby Taunton the centre has many leading brands, while independent retailers can be found in the pretty Bath Place, St James’ Street and Riverside Place. For city shopping take a train or car to Exeter where the Princesshay centre boasts more than 70 high street stores.
Taking time out
Welllington is bursting with leisure activities for all ages. It boasts its own silver band and has football, rugby, archery and cricket clubs as well as a Sports Centre with indoor pool and gym. Walkers can explore the scenic Blackdown Hills and climb the 235 steps of Wellington’s 175ft Monument to see panoramic views. The picturesque 4.9-acre Wellington Park dates back to Edwardian times and the art deco Wellesley Cinema offers the latest blockbuster films. Discover the town’s fascinating ties with the Duke of Wellington and its cloth-making fame at the local museum, while the popular Arts Centre is home to many performing groups. The Grade 1 listed, 15th Century St John the Baptist Church runs regular social activities and for nature lovers there are two local reserves.
It’s less than a mile to Court Fields Community Pre School and there are several primary schools locally with Rockwell Green Church of England and Wellesley Park Primary both less than one mile away. For secondary education Court Fields School is also less than a mile and caters for 11 to 16-year-olds. In Taunton the Richard Huish College, rated as outstanding by Ofsted, offers A level and vocational courses through to degree level and apprenticeships. The independent Wellington School offers co-educational day and boarding facilities for pupils aged 3 to 18. Taunton and Tiverton offer further independent schools.
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