Buy A New Home In Somerset
Homes for sale in Somerset
Is Somerset the place for you? Are you looking to settle down but worried about being able to afford your own home? Worry no more, that is where shared ownership can help you out. Shared Ownership is the perfect way to put down roots in a place you love, without having to splash the cash.
With plenty of scenic beauty as well as cultural delights to explore, you will never tire of living in this incredible county. Because Somerset is made up of so many fascinating places including Glastonbury, Bath and Taunton, there is so much to do and see.
Should you tire of exploring this beautiful county (which you may never), Somerset has excellent transport links to the rest of the UK. Not only is getting around Somerset itself a breeze with excellent rail links – you can also easily get the London Paddington from Bath – as well as Cardiff, Portsmouth and Brighton.
With the M5 running right through Somerset you an easily reach places such as Bristol and Exeter – both of which have their own airport should you wish to travel a little further afield.
Aster have new homes and apartments for sale and for you to buy through the Help To Buy Shared Ownership scheme in Somerset. Would you like to buy a 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 bedroom new build home in Somerset? See all our homes for sale by clicking our development pages above.
Take one step closer to living in a stunning Shared Ownership home through the amazing sales team at Aster Group. Our awesome Sales Negotiator for Somerset is Matt Hale, contact him today!
Through Help To Buy South, we are able to offer 5% deposits on our Shared Ownership properties for sale. So, if the a 40% share costs £100,000 then your deposit could be as little as £5,000. It really is that simple (and no you don't have to share with anyone else, except maybe your partner, children or the cat).
Where is Somerset?
Bordering Gloucestershire, Bristol, Wiltshire, Dorset and Devon – Somerset is an impressive county in South West England. With a coastline which faces south-eastern Wales Somerset has plenty of natural beauty to offer.
It is a rural county which home to some impressive scenery, with rolling hills and Exmoor National Park on your doorstep. However, should the natural world become a little tiresome for you (which we cannot imagine it will) there is plenty to do in Somerset – from the beautiful architecture and interesting history of the city of Bath to the legendary Glastonbury Festival.
What to do in Somerset
As Somerset is such a large county, made up of so many different areas – all of which have a unique history and culture which come together to make up this interesting county. Let’s start with the County Town of Taunton which boasts Taunton Castle, home to the Museum of Somerset and various weekly famers’ markets.
If you prefer a little more hustle and bustle, there is Bath. Bath is the largest city in Somerset, famous (and named for) it’s Roman baths which you can still visit in the city whilst learning about their vast and interesting history – but, please don’t think you can just pop by for a quick dip!
One of the aspects Somerset is most known for is the famous Glastonbury Festival – which has secured Somerset’s place on the map as the forefront of the artistic world. However, it has been this way for a long time as Somerset was home to William Wordsworth for some time – one of the pioneers of English literature.