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Residential development site with planning permission for a three-bedroom bungalow in the popular village of Stembridge, near Martock.

Published by Greenslade Taylor Hunt on 21st August 2019 -

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Our property specialists are marketing a residential development site with planning permission for a three-bedroom bungalow in the popular village of Stembridge, near Martock.

South Somerset District Council has granted detailed planning permission for the bungalow on the site of an existing stable/store building at Sunrise, Burrow Way, Stembridge.

Offers in the region of £175,000 are invited for the residential development site, which extends to approximately 2.36 acres – made up of a stable/store building and adjoining paddock.

The proposed bungalow will have access from Burrow Way and all mains services are available on site or nearby with the exception of gas.

The site is conveniently situated around five miles from Langport, seven and half miles from Ilminster and about 10 miles from Yeovil.

The Langport residential sales office is marketing the sale of the adjacent property known as Sunrise.
 


Graham Ford

Since 1847, we have honed our expertise and local knowledge. Be it your home, a residential development, commercial property or a parcel of land, we’ll use our experience to help you achieve the best possible price and will support you throughout the process.

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