Based in Bridgwater, Somerset, we primarily cover the town and its surrounding villages. We are, however, uniquely positioned to also assist with properties spanning the length of Bristol, Somerset and Dorset thanks to our growing network of offices as part of the Property Group.

If you are looking to sell your property we offer a fully bespoke marketing package which is tailored to your individual requirements, and we also offer the opportunity to sell by auction. If you are a landlord and looking to let a property, we have a full property management service available which is led by experienced, qualified staff. As members of NAEA Propertymark, ARLA Propertymark and the Property Ombudsman Scheme, you can be sure our team will always work to the highest-regarded industry standards at all times.

Our portfolio covers all property types and price ranges. Whether you are selling or letting a one-bedroom apartment in the centre of Bridgwater or a large country house on the Quantocks, our aim is simple: to provide the best possible professional, friendly service, whilst ensuring you maximise your property’s worth in the timescale desired.

Our Local Area

Bridgwater is a market town in Somerset situated 35 miles south of Bristol and 45 miles north of Exeter, between junctions 23 and 24 on the M5. This gives it a prime position for commuting in either direction with two points of access to the M5 and a main railway link to Bristol and Taunton.

Situated on the edge of the Somerset levels, Bridgwater is close to some lovely countryside with the Mendip Hills to the north and Quantock hills to the west. The town lies along both the River Parrett and Bridgwater and Taunton canal, and has a major port and trading centre offering a large industrial base. Close by is Hinkley Point Power Station, a major employer in the area.

Bridgwater is famous for its annual Guy Fawkes Carnival, held in November, which attracts around 150,000 people from around the country. It consists of a large dramatic display of over 100 large floats along a 2.5 mile route.

For those who like to stroll on the sands, a short trip north takes you to Burnham-on-Sea, Berrow and Brean beaches. Each with their own individual offerings, Burnham has its traditional pier built between 1911-1914, with dog-free beaches, offering donkey rides, kids entertainment and water activities. Berrow is the start of a six-mile-long sand dune beach which is the second longest in Europe. Dogs and horses are welcome in this area but take care at low tide and take note of local warnings and notices.

Slightly further north takes you to Weston-super-Mare, with its famous pier having undergone a major multimillion pound refurbishment following the fire in 2008. The Grand Pier still maintains the status of being the focal point of the seafront, attracting both young and old with amusements, rides and tea rooms for those who like a leisurely pace.

Warne Investments Limited (WIL) and all of its subsidiaries are committed to conduct our operations in full compliance with the UK and EU Competition law rules. The WIL Group recognises the value of healthy competition and the benefits it brings to our customers. Fair competition also helps us to become better, more efficient, client focused, innovative and provide a higher quality service.

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