Welcome to Snowdon Grange
A selection of three and four bedroom homes with parking, suitable for first time buyers, families as well as those looking to downsize into one of the stunning dorma bungalows, on the outskirts of Chard. This rural area borders Devon and Somerset, offering a beautiful location, with convenient proximity to the town centre, as well as near to the A303. Take a tour around our development by clicking here.
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Home of the week – Reserve plot 81, a 3 bedroom Provence chalet bungalow by 3rd October 2022 to receive a £10,000 deposit contribution. T&C’s apply.
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Do you want to work out how much you can afford? You can use our Mortgage Calculator to find out your mortgage affordability.Take a look at the virtual show home
View the Rutherford tour (Please note this video was taken at another development and there are some differences. Please ask the Sales Executive for further details on the Rutherford at Snowdon Grange).
There is an annual management fee applicable on this development, please speak to the Sales Executive for more information.
All homes have Superfast fibre broadband and support speeds up to 80Mbps. (Our broadband availability checks are an estimate only. Please confirm speeds and availability with your chosen broadband supplier.)
Snowdon Grange is a short walk into the town centre of Chard where there is everything you’d expect; schools, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes. The larger town of Yeovil is 15 miles away by road.
Chard reservoir is a natural reserve, it offers wonderful seasonal walks, fishing (where permitted) and birdwatching.
Nestled in the footholds of Winsham Vale, and only three miles from Snowdon Grange, you’ll find the utterly captivatingForde Abbey House and Gardens.
The gardens offer an ever-changing tapestry of colour throughout the seasons, with carpets of snowdrops in February followed by swathes of crocus and daffodils, a tulip display that heralds the start of Spring and wild flower meadows and herbaceous borders that follow on in Summer.
The kitchen garden mixes vegetables with cut flowers, and provide daily inspiration for home cooked seasonal fare in the tearooms.
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