Stags Wellington office is situated in the town centre with plenty of car parking close by. From here the highly successful team works alongside the Professional Services department who give expert advice on all planning, estate management and rural business issues, as well as carrying out professional valuations for probate, matrimonial disputes and inheritance tax to name but a few.
Wellington is an attractive country town situated near the Somerset/Devon border between the Quantock Hills to the north and the Blackdown Hills to the south, each designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Following a fire in 1731, the town was rebuilt and became a centre for cloth making. It now has a thriving population of around 15,000 and is made up of independent speciality shops, as well as three independent supermarkets, the most recent of which is Waitrose. Wellington has a good sports centre, a cinema, a wide choice of clubs and societies and an excellent selection of schools including Wellington School, a co educational independent day and boarding school for pupils aged 2-18 years. The town also hosts an annual food festival and is renowned for its Wellington Monument, completed in 1854 this was built in honour of the Duke of Wellington and stands high on the Blackdown Hills overlooking the town below.
Wellington is situated within two miles of Junction 26 of the M5 motorway, which provides excellent links to both Exeter and Bristol.
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