Myrtle Farm offers an exciting development opportunity to create five residential properties, occupying an attractive edge of village position with a rural outlook. The approved plans provide for the demolition of two existing agricultural barns and the construction of four residential terraced cottages comprising two four beds, a three bed and a two bed cottage, two the south of this will be located an L-shaped single storey three bed dwelling, each served by a private garden and courtyard parking within the site. The application also allows for a new access to be created from Milton Lane
The village of Wookey Hole is situated approximately two miles from the Cathedral City of Wells. It boasts an excellent public house and the famous Wookey Hole Caves. Numerous walks through the beautiful countryside can be accessed through the village. Bristol and Bath lie 22 miles to the north and north-east respectively with all mainline train stations to London at Castle Cary as well as Bristol and Bath. Bristol international airport is 15 miles to the north-west.
Leaving Wells north west via Wookey Hole Road, follow the signs towards Wookey Hole pass Underwood Business Park on the right-hand side and the road will bear round to the right. Turn right onto Milton Lane and continue until the property is found on the left-hand side before reaching the entrance to Myrtle Farm.
Strictly appointment with Killens
We are informed that mains water, electric and drainage are available nearby. Potential purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the location and capacity of any services.
The vendor will remove the existing agricultural buildings from the site between exchange and completion. The vendor proposes to retain a right of access over the new entrance.
Bath & North East Somerset Council – 01225 394041
A copy of the planning consent and associated plans can be viewed via Mendip District Councils online planning search, referencing the applications number (REF: 2020/0689/FUL)
Freehold with vacant possession
Rights of Way, Easements etc
There is a footpath that runs to the south of the site. This will cross the new entrance but only a short section will cross the site before it re-joins the vendors retained land. The property is sold however subject to all rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, covenants, agreements and all existing and proposed wayleaves, masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas or other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.