Croscombe is a popular village ideally situated between Wells and Shepton Mallet in the valley of the River Sheppey. Within the village is a large church of St Mary the Virgin which is of particular there are two public houses, village shop and a primary school.
The Cathedral City of Wells and the market town of Shepton Mallet are nearby and offer further amenities including regular markets, are within a short driving distance. Mainline rail services to London Paddington are available from Castle Cary which is 9 miles away. Bristol Airport is 22 miles away.
From Wells head towards Shepton Mallet on the A371 and as you enter the village of Croscombe, you will find Old Mill House and Croscombe Mill Garage on your right hand side.
Old Mill House
Old Mill House comprises of a detached four bedroom period property which provides extensive living accommodation. On the ground floor there is a good sized kitchen, dining/living room and a separate sitting room.
The first floor landing leads to four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom as well as an external doorway leading to the rear garden. Additional living space is available on the second floor either a potential fifth bedroom or storage/office space.
Outside there is lawn to the rear and a patio area to the side of the property. The front is currently tarmac parking however as part of the planning consent referred to below there is provision to create a new driveway and construct a car port.
Croscombe Mill Garage
Croscombe Mill Garage is a former petrol station and garage which has been granted planning consent for the removal of the existing buildings and construction of three dwellings.
The existing buildings currently provide an extensive showroom/sales room, office and store room and a first floor storage area. There is also an adjoining workshop with class 3 & 4 MOT bay. The property is constructed of steel portal frame and block elevations with a pitched profile roof. There is a large roller door to the workshop and a glass fronted elevation to the showroom.
There is also a detached block built workshop with class 1 & 2 bay. The building has a pitched tile roof and double access doors. To the rear of the property there is a parking area and a redundant storage shed. There canopy remains over the tarmac forecourt which provides parking for a number of cars. It is understood that the redundant fuel tanks still remain underground.
Planning was granted 17th September 2015 (application reference 2015/0463/FUL) for the demolition of the existing garage and workshop premises and construction of three dwellings with detached garages and car port.
The consent is subject to conditions including the requirement for a remediation scheme and additional information is available from the agents or via the Mendip District Council planning portal. Interested parties are urged to make their own enquiries into the planning position.
Old Mill House is connected to mains electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
The site is connected to mains water and electricity and the planning information suggests that drainage will be to the mains.
However interested parties must rely on their own enquiries regarding the capacity and availability of services.