This greenfield development site is situated in the centre of Tintinhull village in Somerset. Tintinhull is an ancient hamstone village with a range of amenities which include a public house, village hall, church, recreation ground with tennis courts, an open air swimming pool, and a well-regarded primary school with an Ofsted rating of Good. Tintinhull House and garden is a National Trust property in the village providing an attractive place to visit in the summer months.
Tintinhull is located around 3 miles north west of Yeovil and around 2.5 miles south west of Ilchester. The village is conveniently positioned for access to the A303 which provides routes through to London and Exeter.
Main line rail services to London Paddington are available from Castle Cary (13 miles) and to London Waterloo from Yeovil (3 miles).
This prime greenfield residential development site extends to approximately 3.48 Acres (1.69 hectares) and is a level site with mature hedge boundaries. The site benefits from pleasant and far reaching countryside views to the west.
The site is accessed from Head Street which is an adopted highway. There is a bus stop on Head Street immediately adjacent to the site.
The site has the benefit of planning approval, granted at appeal under appeal reference APP/R3325/W/17/3176815 for residential development of 28 dwellings.
The Planning permission is subject to a unilateral undertaking which includes provision for monetary payments towards youth and sports facilities, together with the provision of 10 affordable dwellings.
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is payable on chargeable development approved by a full or reserved matters application.
The Local Authority is South Somerset District Council.