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Cobbled streets, traditional markets and a community steeped in history welcome those who visit England’s smallest city of Wells. Lying in the heart of this picturesque community is Crest Nicholson’s rural haven, Vicarage Fields. Offering a traditional collection of two, three and four bedroom homes, there is something for everyone from first time buyers to growing families and downsizers.

Just a ten-minute walk from Vicarage Fields is Wells’ thriving city centre with fantastic shops and restaurants, as well as a local market selling fresh local produce and unique gifts. Wells is also home to several excellent schools, including Wells Cathedral School, Stoberry Park and St Cuthbert’s Church of England Infant and Junior School.

The city has a brilliant community feel, and is a popular tourist attraction thanks to its historical character. With a magnificent cathedral, a medieval palace and traditional narrow cobbled streets, Wells has an abundance of attractions to keep the family entertained.

Vicarage Fields is within easy reach of all that Wells has to offer, and yet homes are surrounded by rolling Somerset countryside. The Keward Brook runs through the development and a wildlife corridor winds across the site.

Homes at Vicarage Fields offer luxurious comfort, yet remain architecturally mindful of the rural surroundings. Each home is fitted with a beautiful Moores Definitive Kitchen, complete with integrated Bosch appliances. The interior décor is impeccably designed, with sleek, sophisticated features ideal for modern living.

The three-bedroom Elsenham at Vicarage Fields offers generous living space with patio doors leading onto the garden. A spacious kitchen/dining room is perfect for entertaining guests, while the three bedrooms and master en-suite make this house a home for the whole family.

Two, three and four bedroom homes are available at Vicarage Fields now from £270,000, or just £216,000 using Help to Buy. Pop in to the Sales & Marketing Suite to visit the show homes, open daily 10am to 5pm for more information, visit, email or call 01749 600864.