Building Plot. Full planning permission to build a substaintial live/work property. A rural plot situated on the southerly outskirts of Somerton with existing barns/buildings. Quietly positioned along Mill Lane with superb countryside outlook. Permission has been granted to create a stunning, substantial contemporary live/work dwelling with outbuildings. The proposed accommodation will total approximately 3600sqft and include three ground floor bedrooms and bathroom, study and impressive entrance hall. To the first floor there will be a master bedroom suite including dressing room, bathroom and private balcony. There is also a fantastic open space with kitchen, dining room and living room with doors opening to a large covered terrace all with lovely rural views to the south and west.
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South Somerset planning application number 17/04121/FUL
South Somerset District Council - 01935 462462
Somerton was the ancient Capital of Wessex in the 8th century and a former market town. It then later became the County town of Somerset in the 13th/14th Century. There are good levels of amenities including some local, independent shops which you might like to explore throughout the town with quaint cafes where you can spend a day relaxing and enjoying lovely food within the beautiful old charm of a Market town. There is also a bank, library, doctor and dentist surgeries, churches and primary schools. Somerton also has several public houses and restaurants including The White Hart that has been trading since the 16th century. It has been recently renovated and now offers a spacious bar, 8 lovely en-suite rooms and an outstanding kitchen that exploits fully the wonderful local ingredients on offer in Somerset and the West Country. The Old Town Hall now houses the ACEArts Gallery and craft shop who present a varied, stimulating programme of exhibitions and related events throughout the year.
A more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in the County town of Taunton to the west or Yeovil to the south. You can explore the area visiting Glastonbury Tor, Lytes Cary Manor and gardens, Wells Cathedral, Cheddar Gorge & Caves, Fleet Air Arm Museum and Clarks Village at Street with its popular shoe museum. The mainline railway stations are located in Castle Cary, Yeovil and Taunton. The area is also well served by the A303 linking central London and the South West; the M5 can be joined at junction 23.
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