For Sale

Sparkford Hill Lane, Sparkford, BA22 7JF

  • Area 47,916 sq ft (4,452 sqm)
  • Sale Price £700,000

Highlights

  • 1.1 acre site
  • Pleasant countryside location
  • Outline planning permission
  • Six detached dwellings

Location

The land is located on the far southern edge of the village Sparkford Access is currently provided from Sparkford Hill Lane. The village has a good range of amenities which include a public house, shop, fuel station, church and playing fields. Nearby to the site is the renowned Haynes Motor Museum where there is a cafe and conference venue.

Sparkford is situated approximately 9 miles west of Wincanton and 5 miles south west of Castle Cary. Both towns have a good range of services. The village is conveniently positioned for access to the A303 which provides routes through to London and Exeter. The site is also favourably positioned to benefit access to First Great Western Rail Services in Castle Cary (5.5 miles) and South West Rail Services in Templecombe (10 miles). The neighbouring village of Queen Camel, which is located 1 mile to the east, has the benefit of further amenities which include a primary school, popular tennis club, village shop and well-regarded doctor's surgery.

Description

The property comprises a 1.20 acre level greenfield site which is accessed via Sparkford Hill Lane and currently forms part of the garden to the adjacent property Fletcher Moss. The site faces in a south easterly direction with pleasant views overlooking the village of Queen Camel and the attractive Somerset countryside beyond. Within 100m of the site to the east is Sparkford Copse, which is a charming 9-acre woodland with outstanding panoramic views. The copse is open to the public and is a popular dog walking location.

Tenure

Tenanted Investment

Tenure

The site is offered for sale by private treaty. Consideration will be given to a deferred payment or joint venture proposals.

Viewing

By appointment with Chesters Commercial

Area 47,916 sq ft Land Area 1 acres

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