Lovel’s Farm, Castle Cary

Lovel’s Farm is a beautiful collection of 74 new homes designed by Stirling Prize-winning architect AHMM. Located approximately one mile from the centre of Castle Cary, to the west of Ansford, the development features the best in current urban design with homes designed around generous shared open spaces to foster a genuine sense of community living.

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All homes have been created to respond to the demands of today’s lifestyles with contemporary internal spaces offering remarkable light, volume and space. Each home features intelligent storage solutions, excellent interior circulation space and attention to detail that individuals and families alike will appreciate.

We have carefully selected the very best quality materials that reflect the history and heritage of the local area whilst utilising complementary contemporary approaches to windows and roofs that work together in an outstanding marriage of old and new.

Our Lovel’s Farm development provides safe pedestrian and cycle routes as well as private parking provisions to cater for all home buyers’ needs.

With Castle Cary station only half a mile to the north, residents will be well served by the mainline train links into London and the South West.

Castle Cary is a great place to live providing all the facilities you would expect to find in a country town but only 24 miles from the extensive leisure and retail offerings in nearby Bath. Its many well preserved 18th and 19th century buildings are central to the town’s heritage and there are plenty of local walks and cycle routes that are enjoyed by residents and visitors taking in the spectacular views of the town and surrounding countryside.

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Location

Castle Cary is a great place to live providing all the facilities you would expect to find in a country town but only 24 miles from the extensive leisure and retail offerings in nearby Bath.

The town is the main centre for a large area of South Somerset offering a wide range of shops and services, as well as local walks and cycle routes that are enjoyed by both residents and visitors taking in the spectacular views of the town and surrounding countryside.

The beautifully preserved 18th and 19th century buildings are central to Castle Cary’s heritage including attractions such as The Roundhouse, Market Hall and the thatched George Hotel.

As Castle Cary station is only half a mile to the north, residents will be well served by the mainline train links into London and the South West.

Located 14 miles away is the town of Glastonbury. Other than its fame for music festival, Glastonbury is home to many historical sites rich in myth and legend. Overlooking the town and the landscape of Somerset is Glastonbury Tor – a popular destination for walkers and days out. Also a popular visitor spot is the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey which is believed to be the burial place of King Arthur.

Directions

From the Market Place proceed East turning into Ansford Road; continue to the traffic lights and join the A372 on the Ansford Hill; continue along Ansford Hill until you meet a sharp right hand turn; at this point turn left into Station Road and the site will be found on your left hand side. The site is only a 10 minute walk (0.5 miles) to Castle Cary train station.

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