Courthouse Mews is an exclusive development of just 8 retirement apartments, located within the historic former Courthouse Gallery and West Street buildings in the heart of Somerton. Located close to the Old Town hall, now a popular gallery and workshop venue, these luxury apartments will offer superb size accommodation with assisted living and a choice of care level. Each apartment will be approached from a communal entrance with lift access. Apartment 6 is part of a newly-built extension and features a spacious kitchen/living area with 2 South-facing Juliet balconies, 2 bedrooms with West and South facing views, and an en-suite in the master bedroom.
Welcome to Somerton, a town steeped in history with an exciting future.
The ancient capital of Wessex and filming location for 1980s BBCs series ‘The Monocled Mutineer’, Somerton is a ‘straight village’ on level ground providing easy pedestrian access. The town has some fine architecture and is surrounded by stunning countryside, leading to the nearby County Town of Taunton as well as Sherborne, Yeovil, and Bruton, home of the Hauser & Wirth gallery. History lovers can explore nearby treasures such as Lytes Cary Manor, the Priest’s House in Muchelney, and Tintinuhull Garden in Yeovil; whilst gardeners will enjoy its close proximity to the Chelsea Flower Show Gold medal-winning Kelways garden centre, located just a few miles away in Langport.
Somerton’s bustling retail centre includes boutiques, interiors shops and antiques dealers, as well as its own independent supermarket. Head to one of the cafes and coffee shops to catch up with friends or enjoy a dining experience at The White Hart, a 16th Century pub which is now an award-winning pub/restaurant with accommodation.
Somerton has a vibrant community with classes and clubs to suit everyone, offering the opportunity to rediscover former interests, find new hobbies, and make friends. Venues including The Parish Rooms and Edgar Hall are the location for many of these and are available to hire for your own purposes, whilst local churches ensure that your spiritual needs are met, whatever your faith. Somerton has its own branch of U3A and the recently formed ‘Love Somerton’ group organises events to bring the community together, such as breakfasts at The Buttercross and a festive night in December.
Art enthusiasts will be delighted with The Old Town Hall, restored to its former glory in 2016 and now home to ACEArts. The gallery has a year-round programme of exhibitions from local, national and international artists and also runs a schedule of workshops to introduce you to new art and craft skills. It also has a wonderful shop selling high quality, locally produced arts and crafts, perfect as gifts or to display in your own home.
The current redevelopment of the West Street area will transform historical buildings into exclusive retirement apartments and shops, and will be highly sought after as a way to become part of this thriving community.
Communal entrance with entrance door leading to the entrance hall. Two windows to the side and built in airing cupboard.
Wet room with low level WC, wash hand basin and mains shower.
Sitting Room/Kitchen Diner
23' 0'' x 13' 7'' (7.00m x 4.15m)
With two windows to the rear with Juliet balconies. Fitted kitchen.
11' 2'' x 10' 6'' (3.40m x 3.20m)
With window to the rear and dressing area.
En-suite Wet Room
Wet Room with low level WC, wash hand basin and mains shower.
11' 10'' x 8' 6'' (3.60m x 2.60m)
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