The building plots provide a fantastic opportunity to create two detached four bedroom family homes with detached garages, off road parking and large rear gardens. The approved plans, under planning reference 2015/1674/FUL allow for approximately 2,150 ft.sq. (200 m.sq.) of floorspace per dwelling set out as follows;
Ground floor – entrance hall, open-plan kitchen/dining room, living room and utility room
First floor – three bedrooms, one with ensuite, separate family bathroom
Second floor – master bedroom with ensuite, walk-in wardrobe and storage cupboards
The plot is located off Mendip Road to the south of the village and benefits from views across surrounding countryside and a picturesque stream running along the western boundary. The property is situated in a semi-rural setting with neighbouring residential properties but still a short walk from the village centre.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the village of Stoke St Michael. Lying on the Eastern edge of the Mendip Hills Stoke St. Michael is within easy commuting distance of Bristol and Bath, 4 miles from Shepton Mallet and 8 miles from Wells and Frome.
The village enjoys a range of different age and style of properties with many period and individual homes. Within the village there is a pub (the Knatchbull Arms), memorial hall, a well-stocked village shop with off licence and Post Office, pre-school & primary school, historic church and recreation field.
There are several secondary schools within easy reach such as Whitstone School in Shepton Mallet, The Blue School in Wells and Norton Hill in Midsomer Norton. For private education, The Cathedral School at Wells, Downside at Stratton-on-the-Fosse, All Hallows at Cranmore, Kings, Bruton School for Girls and Millfield at Street are also easily accessible.
Sporting and leisure facilities in the area include racing at Wincanton and Bath, golf at Wells and near Oakhill, sailing or fishing at Chew Valley and Blagdon Lakes. In addition, there are Leisure Centres in Wells and Shepton Mallet offering a variety of recreational facilities.
Notwithstanding the rural location of the property, communications are extremely good. There is a main line railway station from Castle Cary, Bath and Bristol (London Paddington is about 95 minutes) and both the A303 and M5 are within easy reach.
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion
The property is sold with the benefit of full planning permission under application reference: 2015/1674/FUL
Mendip District Council
Mains water and electricity are located in Mendip Road.
RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is being sold subject to any rights of way or similar whether referred to within these particulars or not.
Strictly by appointment with the Vendor’s Agent, Killens
Telephone: 01749 671172
Travelling from the A37 take the Old From Road eastwards until you reach a crossroads where you turn left onto Long Cross Bottom. Continue along this road for approximately 1 mile until you enter the village and the road turns into Mendip Road. The plot will be on your left between the properties Gooseacre and No. 1 Waters Edge.