The town offers a vibrant mix of old and new with a good selection of shops for all tastes and a wide range of restaurants and cafes, a pier and a cinema.
Clevedon has a great choice of primary schools, a senior school and plenty of nurseries. It is also home to a wealth of sporting and arts facilities and a growing number of community groups, run by volunteers, with something to suit everyone. The town even has its own community hospital.
Clevedon sits off junction 20 of the M5 motorway and is just a twenty minute drive to the administration town and seaside location of Weston super Mare. It is around 14 miles from the City of Bristol and Bristol International Airport is also just a short drive away.
The property market in Clevedon is extremely busy with family homes being particularly popular. Prices range from £70,000 for a studio apartment to a detached family home which could sell for more than £1million.
Clevedon is a popular place in which to live for all ages. For young families there are good primary schools and a secondary school. For the more mature resident there are plenty of smaller homes, retirement apartments and the very popular, prestigious, Hawthorns development located on the seafront.
Clevedon town has a number of famous landmarks and attractions to enjoy, including Clevedon Pier, one of the earliest examples of a Victorian pier still in existence in the UK and the only Grade 1 listed pier you can walk on in England. The Curzon Cinema is the oldest continuously operated purpose built cinema in the country, Clevedon Court is one of only a few remaining 14th century manor houses in England and Walton Castle is a 17th-century fort located on Caste Hill that overlooks the Walton St Mary area and Clevedon Golf Course.
As a popular residential area, Clevedon and the surrounding villages are home to a wide range of property types. You will find a wealth of Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian homes in the local area, from conversions to individual homes, to more contemporary developments, including houses and flats that overlook the Bristol Channel. Clevedon expanded considerably in the1980's with the addition several small estates containing one, two, three and four bedroom homes.
Reeds Rains brings to market a choice of property types from a small studio starting from around £70,000 to good sized family homes.
One of the most sought-after roads in Clevedon is The Avenue, where the properties range in price from £500,000 to in excess of £1million.
The price of a rented property in Clevedon starts from a studio flat for about £350 per month, rising to £500 to £675 per month for a one bedroom apartment or house. Two bedroom homes will range from £600 to £800 per month, with three bedroom homes with starting at around £750 to £950 per month. Four bedroom rented homes n the area start from around £975 per month.
Clevedon has a variety of local and national retail outlets, with the main shopping areas being the town centre Triangle and nearer to the seafront - Hill Road and Alexandra Road. Large supermarkets in the town include Tesco, Asda, Lidl and Aldi.
Clevedon town centre has attracted a number of key national brands in recent times, but it has maintained a range of local independent retailers. Queens Square is in the hub of the town centre and is host to the Clevedon Market every Thursday, along with many seasonal and topical events and actvities.
Hill Road has a mix of cafes and coffee bars operating alongside a variety of independent retailers, enhanced by a monthly market.
Clevedon has a wealth of sports facilities including gyms and fitness studios and the Strode Leisure Centre offers a range of fitness classes and facilities that include an indoor swimming pool.
Outside school hours Clevedon School opens its sporting facilities for community use which include football and rugby pitches, floodlit courts and a sports hall with badminton and squash courts. Clevedon is also home to numerous clubs catering for rugby, football, gymnastics, hockey, tennis golf, netball and much more. On the seafront, where you will find Marine Lake, there are many water sports enjoyed from canoeing to sailing.
The town has provided the backdrop to many films and was one of the settings for the popular detective drama Broadchurch, first aired on ITV in 2013.
Clevedon is on a main First Bus route to Bristol and other nearby towns and just five miles away in Yatton is Yatton Railway station.