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Single Building Plot
Guide Price £90,000
BRIDGWATER
 
 
 
 
 
Summary
An outline planning consent has been granted for a single storey bungalow in a favoured village location. The plot would suit a 2 or 3 bedroom bungalow subject to a reserved matters application to determine scale, access, layout, landscaping and appearance. The new bungalow is proposed to use an existing access and landscaping would be minimal in these mature and secluded gardens. The scale of the new bungalow is envisaged between 700sq.ft to 800sq.ft for a reserved matters determination
The Site
The plot is approximately 440 m2 to allow for gardens, on-site parking and a turning area. It is envisaged that some digging out of the site will be required to level. The plot is in a semi-rural village location with views to the Quantocks.
The Area
This large village has a population of around 1400 people. There are many amenities including three pubs, doctor’s surgery, two village shops, post office, village hall, vets and a library. The primary school is rated as Good by Ofsted. The village has a quaint appeal, with ancient cottages, cobbled pavements and a stream running down the side of the street. Notable landmarks include the castle ruins, a grade 11 listed Church, the National Trust property where the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge used to live and the Coleridge Way, a 50 mile footpath celebrating his walks with Wordsworth in the area and beyond. The village is some 8 miles to the west of Bridgwater and 12 miles north of Taunton. The railway station in Bridgwater is on the mainline between Bristol and Taunton with a service to London Paddington. The nearest secondary schools, Brymore Academy, Chilton Trinity and Haygrove are all rated as Good by Ofsted. There is fibre broadband in the village. Independent education is offered at Sidcot School in Winscombe or the independent schools in Taunton such as Taunton School. Bridgwater is a busy and popular town with many amenities such as film and arts centres, a tennis club, football club, cricket and sailing clubs. Twice a year the town hosts the famous Bridgwater Carnival which attracts visitors from across the country and it has one of the top colleges in the U.K. at Bridgwater College, offering excellent academic and sports amenities. The town centre has all the major retailers, out of town retail parks and the major supermarkets.
Services
The site has access to all main services excluding gas. We would advise interested parties to make their own enquiries with regard to services prior to exchange of contracts.
Viewing
The site can be viewed only by prior appointment through The Land Bank Partnership.
 
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Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, it should be noted that the measurements are approximate only. Floorplans are for representation purposes only and prepared according to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice by our floorplan provider. Therefore, the layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture/fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the vendor and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as the information may not have been verified and further checks should be made either through your solicitor/conveyance. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.