- Residential development opportunity
- Outline planning permission granted for two detached dwellings
- Existing three/four bedroom property requiring updating and redecoration
- Sought after village location on the edge of the Quantock hills
- Whole site approaching half an acre
- Application number 36/21/00019
Outline planning permission has been granted for two new detached dwellings within the garden of an existing chalet style house, itself requiring modernisation and improvement. The site is largely level and situated at the head of a small close just off the centre of this very popular and well-served village.
Nether Stowey lies on the northern slopes of the Quantock Hills, which is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty. This attractive, thriving and historic village is believed to date back to Anglo-Saxon times and indeed, features a mount, where once stood an 11th century Motte and Bailey castle. There are a wide range of day-to-day facilities, including: a primary school, church, library, vets, hall, two stores – including a post office, two public houses, hairdressers and butchers. The village lies approximately eight miles to the west of Bridgwater and ten miles to the north-west of Taunton. Both provide a wider range of amenities, as well as M5 motorway access and mainline rail links to the rest of the country.
From Bridgwater head west on the A39 towards Minehead and follow for approximately eight miles, turning left into the village and onto St Mary Street. Follow, until reaching the post office and turning left into Castle Street. Proceed up the hill, turning left into South Lane and taking the first turning on the left into Wilsons Close. The property will be found at the head of the close.