Last updated: Sun 26 May 2013

Sold: Court Farm House

Court Farm House is a property of special historic and architectural interest in a delightful peaceful setting next to Nunney Church.

Sold subject to contract

Court Farm House, NunneyThe Grade II listed property, not to be confused with Nunney Court, is a fine mid 17th Century former Somerset farmhouse in a delightful peaceful setting next to the church of All Saints, a Grade I listed building from the 12th Century.

Court Farm House has four spacious bedrooms and been in the same continuous ownership for approximately 31 years. It is built of Doulting rubble stone with dressed quoins and projecting gable wings and Ovolo moulded stone mullioned windows.

The property has a wonderful atmosphere, attractive fireplaces, exposed beams and a mainly sunny southerly aspect over delightful gardens. The main garden lies to the south of the house and has a full width paved terrace with beautiful walled gardens, shrubs, plants, stone garden shed, sunken garden with ornamental pond, wisteria clad facade, tulip tree, walnut tree and productive pear tree, topiary and lawn.

Beyond there is a further area of garden approached through a gate within the stone wall, laid to lawn with kitchen garden, greenhouse, fruit trees, raspberries, garden shed and boiler room. The whole extends to about 0.365ha (0.90 acres).

The gardens were opened last year as part of the national garden scheme and contain a number of interesting plants and shrubs.

Court Farm House is on the market with a guide price of £1,000,000 through estate agents Crisp Cowley in Bath (Telephone 01225 978 026).

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