The land is located on the southern edge of the village of Horton on Shave Lane. Shave Lane is a quiet no through road which links with Pottery Road and Whitney Hill to the west. To the south west lie the Blackdown Hills designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Horton together with the neighbouring village of Broadway form an active community with facilities which include a Post Office/stores, primary school, doctor’s surgery, village halls, churches, and two popular village inn/restaurants.
The thriving nearby market town of Ilminster offers a more comprehensive range of local independent shopping and scholastic facilities. Horton is also well placed for the larger County town of Taunton with its comprehensive facilities, including shops, schools within both the state and independent sectors, a theatre, county cricket ground, race course and mainline railway station.
The property comprises a 0.86-acre sloping brownfield site which is currently utilised as a coach/bus garage. The site has a pleasant south facing aspect with pleasant views overlooking surrounding countryside and towards the Blackdown Hills.
It was originally a Pottery and there are a number of traditional brick and tile buildings on the property which would be capable of conversion if desired. Alternatively these buildings can be demolished to facilitate a comprehensive redevelopment.