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Farrons Estate Agents opened in 2005 and was founded by well known local agent Andrew Farron. We pride ourselves on having friendly, experienced staff, who between them have over 80 years' local agency experience. Since opening Farrons have successfully sold a wide range of properties in Winscombe, Worle, Weston and surrounding villages. Farrons have developed an excellent reputation for customer service and a large part of their business comes from recommendation. As well as acting for private clients they also act for a number of corporate and investment clients. Farrons are proud to have been invited to join The Guild Of Professional Estate Agents. As Members we must maintain a high standard of customer service and be a member of The Property Ombudsman Scheme.
Church Road – £499,950
Farrons are delighted to offer 'For Sale' this charming detached family home standing in a generous size plot and situated in one of Winscombe's most sought after addresses. This extended individual property was built in the 1920's and is full of character providing unique and versatile accommodation, a perfect home for the growing family. The property benefits from pleasant views of the surrounding countryside, Georgian style Upvc double glazing and gas fired central heating and...
Rockeries Drive – £410,000
Farrons are delighted to offer 'for sale' this individual detached family home situated in a sought after and convenient village location. The property has been subject to considerable improvement by the present owners and brings together 'the old and 'the new'. Originally a stone built barn which was extended and converted into the unique family home it is today offering spacious and well planned accommodation, benefitting from Upvc double glazing and gas fired central heating....
Ellenborough Park South – £399,950
Farrons are please to offer this Detached property that occupies a sought after location just off Weston Seafront and opposite Ellenborough Park. There are views over Ellenborough Park, The Seafront, Pier and The Bristol Channel. The property in our opinion provides good size versatile accommodation and should be viewed internally to appreciate all that this property has to offer. The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Downstairs Cloakroom, Lounge, 16'4'' Conservatory, Dining Room, Breakfast Area, Kitchen/Breakfast...
Webbington Road – £845,000
An Equestrians Dream. When you stand in the grounds of Wavering Down Farm amounting to some 6 acres with Wavering Down and Crook Peak as a back drop it will quite simply take your breath away. This is most definitely the place to live particularly if you have an equestrian interest. The surrounding countryside is owned by the National Trust and has been designated an area of outstanding natural beauty providing some of the most...
Back Lane – £335,000
Farrons are delighted to offer for sale this delightful Detached stone built Barn Conversion situated in a much sought after rural village location. This unique and thoughtfully designed conversion was completed in 2006 to a particularly high specification with superb attention to detail. This really is a property that must be viewed at an early opportunity in order to fully appreciate its individuality and location, you won't be disappointed. The property benefits from an up...
Russell Avenue – £185,000
Farrons are delighted to offer for sale this immaculate modern 3 bedroom end terrace property. The property is less than 2 years old and is located within the popular 'Locking Parklands' development. Accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, open plan lounge, dining and kitchen, 3 bedrooms, master en suite and family bathroom.
Other benefits include gas central heating, UPVC double glazing, solar panels, enclosed rear garden and allocated parking for 2 cars. Viewing is...
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