Sparkford is a small village located with straightforward access to the A303, ideal for people commuting to the local towns of Yeovil and Sherborne and further afield as far as Salisbury and Exeter.
Long Hazel Farm Phase II qualifies for the Help to Buy scheme. Plots 10-18 qualify for the Home Reach scheme.
All properties on the development benefit from no stamp duty* if the contract is completed before 31st March 2021. Please see the Government’s website for details.
*Stamp duty will apply to second homes.
The village itself is served by the locally renowned Sparkford Inn, famed for its home cooked food, which is an ideal place to eat having visited the nearby Haynes International motor museum.
Long Hazel Farm is located just off the High Street in Sparkford and a short drive from the A303 linking the village with both Exeter and the West Country to London (via M3). Nearby railway stations include Sherborne, Yeovil and Castle Cary which links directly with London.
Just to the north of Sparkford is Hazlegrove Preparatory School, which is an independent preparatory school for King’s School in Bruton. In addition there is a primary school in the nearby village of Queen Camel and secondary school on the north side of Yeovil.