An appealing development site with permission for 10 homes on the edge of a favoured South Somerset village has just come to the market with land and planning experts Greenslade Taylor Hunt.

The site at New House Farm, Combe Wood Lane, Combe St Nicholas, comprises 1.22 acres of gently sloping land on the edge of this thriving village. It is on the market at a guide price of £750,000.

Graham Ford, Chairman of Greenslade Taylor Hunt who is marketing the land, said: “The development site offers a rare opportunity to create a quality development of 10 residential dwellings in a favoured village.”

The site adjoins open countryside over which the proposed homes will enjoy far-reaching rural views, while being conveniently located within walking distance of the village centre.

A full technical planning pack containing all the relevant planning documents and reports is available from the sole agents.

The adjoining farmhouse, New House Farm, is also being sold separately at a guide price of £365,000 via Greenslade Taylor Hunt’s Chard residential office.

This three-bedroom property comes to the market for only the second time in its history. Indeed Greenslade Taylor Hunt sold the property at auction the last time it changed hands around 11 years ago.

Additionally four acres of agricultural paddocks are also for sale by separate negotiation.

For more information about the development land opportunity please contact Graham Ford on 01823 334466 and for details of the sale of the farmhouse please contact James Waterman on 01460 238382.