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Launching autumn 2018

Blagdon Gardens

Bristol, Bristol

Prices to be confirmed

Blagdon Gardens is a proposed development of new homes in Langford, situated in an attractive countryside village within the Chew Valley, and ideally located for travel into Bristol or Bath. The anticipated product mix of 3 and 4-bedroom properties is certain to appeal to first time buyers, families and commuters.

Sales centre opening hours

Opening hours are 10:00am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

This development is currently marketed from our South West office.

Development features

3 and 4-bedroom homes

Garages, or allocated parking to all properties

Areas of public open space within the development

Situated on the outskirts of the Mendip Hills

35-minute drive to Bristol city centre

Contact us

Says Lane, Bristol, BS40 5DZ

This development is currently marketed from our South West office.

Sales centre opening hours

Opening hours are 10:00am – 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

Sales office contact

01454 451960

Located in the heart of the Chew Valley, and on the outskirts of the Mendip Hills, Langford offers an appealing countryside setting. Blagdon Gardens can be found just off the A38.

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The local area


Langford benefits from its location on the border of the Mendip Hills, which offer a wealth of leisure opportunities. The gorges, rivers and caves of the Mendips make them a popular destination for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, as well as climbers and watersports enthusiasts of all abilities. Less than a five-minute drive from Blagdon Gardens is the Mendip Snowsport Centre, which has a ski and snowboard slope, and also provides a variety of organised activities such as kayaking and caving.

Nearer to home, fitness classes, a swimming pool and football pitches are available at Churchill Sports Centre, under two miles from the development. Mendip Spring Golf Club is around 10 minutes away by car. Bristol city centre, around 35 minutes’ drive from Langford, provides further choice of leisure and entertainment.

Numerous museums, galleries, and live music and theatre venues contribute to Bristol’s renowned arts scene, and the city is also famous for its street art, with many pieces by the artist Banksy.

Further afield, Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is about an hour away by car; to the west of Langford, the coastal town of Weston-super-Mare can be reached in about 25 minutes.

Shopping and dining

For everyday groceries, Langford has a number of village shops, and a supermarket situated near to Blagdon Gardens. Imperial Retail Park, around a 25-minute car journey away, provides out-of-town shopping and casual restaurants.

There are several country pubs near to the development, and two are within a five-minute walk - The Churchill Inn, and Stag and Hounds. The Railway Inn, which is owned by the Thatcher family of cidermakers, lies approximately two miles away. Located next to Myrtle Farm, where their apples are grown, the pub offers the full range of Thatchers ciders as well as a menu of locally-sourced food.

A broader choice of retailers are available in Bristol, particularly within the Bristol Shopping Quarter, which also includes The Galleries and Cabot Circus shopping centres. The city centre also offers an array of independent markets and boutiques, many of which can be found on Stokes Croft and Gloucester Road, as well as in Clifton Village which lies just outside the city centre.

Bristol also provides a varied dining experience, and the choice ranges from family chain restaurants to independent, upmarket eateries. Many can be found on the harbourside, including two Michelin-starred restaurants - Casamia, and Paco Tapas.


A number of well-regarded schools are in Langford, and some are situated a short distance from Blagdon Gardens. Local primary schools include Churchill CE, Burrington CE and Sandford, all within a five-minute car journey of the development.

For older students, secondary schools include the Churchill Academy, one mile away, and the Chew Valley School, 20 minutes from Langford by car. The Sidcot School, an independent day and boarding school for pupils age 3 to 18, is located three miles away in Winscombe.

City of Bristol College, which offers academic and vocational courses as well as apprenticeships, lies within a 30-minute drive of the development. Undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes are provided at University of Bristol, and University of the West of England, both of which are commutable from these new homes in Langford.


Langford offers ease of access to key regional transport routes. The A38 for Bristol, and the A368 for Bath and Weston-super-Mare, are both a minutes’ drive from Blagdon Gardens.

Bus stops for local and regional routes are situated a short walk from the development. The closest railway station is Yatton, 15 minutes away by car, which provides direct routes to Bristol Temple Meads, Weston-super-Mare, and Cardiff Central. From Bristol Temple Meads, a direct train journey to London Paddington station takes approximately one hour and 45 minutes.

For air travel, Bristol Airport lies within a 10-minute drive of Langford.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.