Residential development land specialists Greenslade Taylor Hunt are marketing land adjacent to a nature reserve close to a South Somerset town, which could be suitable for the erection of two homes.

The land off Brickyard Lane, Crewkerne, abuts Bincombe Beeches Local Nature Reserve, and enjoys far-reaching views across the town.

Around 30 species of birds including woodpeckers, goldcrest and jackdaws can be spotted from the reserve, which has a picnic area and nature trail.

Greenslade Taylor Hunt submitted a pre-application inquiry in December 2020, to South Somerset District Council for the erection of two homes on the adjacent land.

The council confirmed in March 2021 that the site is a sustainable location and suitable for development.

A planning application has not been submitted for the site. However this is an opportunity to seek detailed planning permission and develop the site.

The land extends in total to 0.98 acres (0.40 hectares). It has a mix of trees and other vegetation. It is bounded to the North and West by Brickyard Lane, with existing housing beyond and to the East and South by the nature reserve.
 
Unconditional offers in the region of £70,000 are invited for the land and must be received by 12 noon on Friday, October 8, 2021.

For more information and to arrange a viewing please contact Mark Chugg on 01823 219993 or George Williams on 01823 334466. Alternatively you can email them mark.chugg@gth.net or george.williams@gth.net