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Last updated: Sun 9 Mar 2014

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Praters is a 4-bedroom detached property with conservatory in a unique location between Nunney Castle and the church.

PratersPraters takes its name from Richard Prater who bought Nunney Castle in 1577. Much of the original castle stone had been re-used to build this attractive and well proportioned house which offers 4 bedrooms, family bathroom and en suite facilities.

The ground floor of Praters gives 3 reception rooms (sitting room, dining room and conservatory), utility/cloakroom and kitchen.

The conservatory has a view of the Castle and brook and the sitting room overlooks the rear/side courtyard towards the annexe.

PratersThe useful one bedroom annexe is located over the detached double garage and has its own facilities.

Praters is situated in the centre of the village of Nunney, overlooking the 13th Century All Saints Church to the front and the 14th Century castle to the rear.

This charming and historic village offers seclusion and privacy yet paradoxically enjoys a thriving community with primary school, shop, post office and public house.

Praters

The terrace and conservatory offer unique views of Nunney Castle

Country walks and rambles can be enjoyed literally from the doorstep of this fine period family home. In recent years the area has enjoyed a resurgence reflected by the popularity of the renowned Babington House private members club, golf and sports facilities.

The increasingly popular market town of Frome is approximately 2 miles distant and benefits from a range of facilities and amenities, exclusive shops and an artistic community.

Communication links are within convenient and easy reach via the A303/M3, from the mainline railway stations at Frome and nearby Westbury and from Bristol International Airport.

Praters is currently on the market with a guide price of £575,000. Full details are available on Rightmove.

To view this property or request more details, contact Cobb Farr, 37 Market Street, Bradford-On-Avon BA15 1LJ, telephone 01225 978 062.

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