Henley is within the administrative area of South Somerset District Council (SSDC).
The traditional market town of Crewkerne is approximately 2.41- kilometres (1.5-miles) north of the site. Crewkerne has a extensive range of educational, ecclesiastical, employment, cultural, leisure and shopping facilities and amenities including (but not limited to): Crewkerne railway station, supermarkets (including Waitrose and Lidl), a swimming pool, gym facilities, hotels, primary schools and restaurants. The town has a thriving farmers market on the third Saturday of each month, which is a popular addition to the town.
Both the Blackdown Hills (to the west) and Dorset (to the south) Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) are within easy reach (approximately 16.1-kilometres/10-miles and approximately 4.82- kilometres/3-miles, respectively) and are renowned for their abundance of wildlife and dramatic landscapes.
The site also benefits from close links to Yeovil. The town of Yeovil is approximately 17.3-kilometres (10.8-miles) north-east. Yeovil has a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities including (but not limited to): BAE Systems, Honeywell Aerospace, Yeovil Country Park, Yeovil Golf Club, Yeovil College, Screwfix (Head Office), Leonardo Helicopters, Yeovil Hospital and the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
The site is accessed off Cathole Bridge Road, via a private driveway, to Henley Manor Estate. It comprises agricultural buildings and yard area.
The site is bound by agricultural land to the east, south and west and by an exclusive housing estate that forms part of Henley Manor Estate to the north and north-west.
It extends, in total, to approximately 0.47-hectares (1.16-acres). The site that is being offered for sale is shown outlined red on the site plan overleaf. It is shown for identification purposes only and is not to be relied upon.
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