Chew Magna . . . one of the best villages to live in Britain
The village of Chew Magna has been named as one of the best places to live in Britain.
Chew Magna was only beaten to the top spot in Britain's best villages by West Meon in Hampshire and Castle Combe in Wiltshire.
Chew Magna was placed third in The Times 30 best village in Britain survey.
A number of experts studied the latest price date to come up with a best village top 30.
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This included schools, transport and factors forging a good neighbourhood, according to The Times Property and Money Editor Anne Ashworth.
So what made living in Chew Magna so great?
The experts said: "Chew Magna has only 1,200 residents yet it has two banks, a Michelin-starred pub, the Pony and Trap, and nearby Chew Valley School, a comprehensive, is rated as "outstanding".
However, the paper warned prices are on the up and the village was hit by flooding last year.
According to the survey Chew Magna is home to wealthy families and Bristol and Bath commuters and comedian Dr Phil Hammond has a house in the village.
House prices are said to be £450,000 for a family home and £750,000 for a large Georgian or Victorian property.