Under Offer

Development Opportunity for sale in Chard

Chard, Somerset

The Bell & CrownCrimchardChardSomersetTA20 1JPView Map

A great opportunity to acquire a large central development site in the heart of a residential area in Chard, Somerset. Currently this building and land is being used as a public house and has been advertised for sale for many years without success. Only now is the building being promoted for alternative usage. There are plenty of public houses in the area and we the agents feel confident that the local planning authority would not resist a change of use. A conditional sale subject to planning will be considered. Early viewings are highly recommended....


The Bell & Crown Inn occupies a village setting in an area called Crimchard, within the heart of a densely populated residential area within the town of Chard, South Somerset. The property is well situated occupying a prominent corner site of a fast-expanding town. It is within walking distance of the town centre which has a good range of shops, schools, clubs and recreational facilities. Also, it benefits from fantastic arterial road links, linking all parts of the Southwest and beyond.


In brief, the building is a large property spread over two floors which could easily convert back into individual cottages, together with large outdoor space to rear for further development.


There is both vehicle and pedestrian access road to the rear, where there is a large car park with space for further smaller potential development.


Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. No testing of these services has been undertaken by the agents Ware Commercial.


Please make your own enquiries on the local Valuation Website (VOA) at Valuation Office Agency




All viewings and enquiries to be made through the agents Ware Commercial

Tel: 01803 328880

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.warecommercial.com

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