The site is generally level and has a good frontage to Lower Woodcock Street. Part of the site is presently occupied by a retail shop and store which will need to be demolished to enable the development to take place.
Planning consent was granted by way of an appeal allowing the land to be developed by way of the construction of a terrace of three three storey townhouses, a copy of the appeal decision is available on request from the agent's Sherborne office. The Appeal Reference number is APP/R3325/W/15/3003690.
Castle Cary is an historic old market town which is well known for its pretty town centre, much of which is designated a Conservation Area. The town centre contains a wide range of business and shopping facilities, all of which lie within walking distance of the site. The town also has a mainline railway station connecting with London Paddington.
We understand that all main services are readily available, however, purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the cost and practicalities of connection to services to the site prior to exchange of contracts.
The plan shows four parking spaces and a pathway running along the western boundary connecting the parking spaces to the rear gates for the new houses and Dunster House. The western most parking space and the pathway will be retained by the vendor with the purchasers being given all appropriate rights of access along the pathway.