Summerfield Homes has purchased the land of a former garage in the village of Horton where it has permission to build nine detached family homes.
The Somerset based housebuilder is delivering a mix of three, four and five bedroom detached homes on the outskirts of the Horton located off Shave Lane.
Before construction can begin, the former garage and outbuildings will be demolished making way for a new access road and the nine homes, which have been individually designed, adopting a contemporary specification inside and out.
Enjoying views of open countryside, the site will retain East and South hedgerows and trees with additional planting, bird and bat boxes to encourage nature to thrive in the rural setting.
Each new home will benefit from the latest energy-efficient features incorporating a renewable energy source, shower saves and further thermally efficient external elements. The development has been carefully planned to ensure each property takes advantage of the maximum amount of natural sunlight and ventilation.
The popular village of Horton benefits from a rural setting but is coupled with excellent travel routes, being accessible to major A roads including the A303 and A358 as well as being approximately 11 miles from Junction 25 of the M5 motorway.
Commenting on the completion of this new site purchase, Jamie Johnson, Development Manager at Summerfield Homes, said: “We are pleased to have successfully completed the purchase of the land at Horton, off Shave Lane. This development presents the opportunity for Summerfield Homes to deliver nine contemporary new homes all built to an excellent specification.
“We understand the importance of providing highly energy efficient properties, that are not only kind to the environment but also benefit from being constructed with quality materials ensuring we provide an excellent place for customers to live for years to come.”