The Miller’s House is a handsome and impressive property dating back to 1904 and has been the current family home for the past 35 years.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a spacious family home with annexe potential in the popular village of Nunney on the outskirts of the fashionable town of Frome.
Perfectly positioned in an elevated location The Miller’s House outlook really needs to be seen in person to appreciate the magical setting.
It is secluded and looks out onto a stunning backdrop of a millpond and leat set amongst mature trees and surrounding a stunning and beautifully cared for garden. There is a bridge crossing the pond which then leads you to a ‘secret’ paddock adjoining the river.
The house is accessed through a pretty stone archway and porch from the garden. The entrance hall with original tiled flooring leads to the three main reception rooms, two of which lie adjacent to the hallway.
The main reception room is enhanced by an open fire and large glazed doors leading out onto a sunny terrace, both rooms are beautifully light with sizeable sash windows overlooking the garden.
A further reception room with wooden flooring leads on further into the kitchen, which again makes the most of the setting and looks out onto the stunning views.
A flight of stairs leads to a spacious landing which in turn leads into four double bedrooms all with large sash windows and lovely views and two bathrooms.
An original oak staircase leads you to the lower ground floor; another light filled room with doors leading straight out onto the garden.
The owner currently uses it as her studio but it has huge potential to be converted into further accommodation to suit requirements. Currently the space comprises of a garden room/studio, wine cellar, utility and two further storage rooms.
A little rowing boat is a charming and fun inclusion to the property and has remained in residence since the original build!
The garden reflects the owner’s green fingered passion; three decades of consistent attention and planning has culminated in an abundance of mature, mostly perennial, planting to include a variety of scented flora, shrubs and a selection of fruit trees.
The current owner opens the gardens to the public, annually, during the National Garden Scheme. This well stocked garden is in close proximity to the house and a bridge leads from it to a mill pond and the extra land, woodland and river, frequented by the local ducks and the occasional kingfisher.
The property has a double garage with plenty of space for two cars. The land in total is towards two acres-in summary The Miller’s garden, river, pond and woodland is simply enchanting.
Nunney is a fabulous village with a busy and friendly community. The remains of a moated medieval castle, dating back to the 14th century, is a totally unique and impressive sight rising up out of the heart of the village.
Nunney has a pub, a village store, a little coffee shop and plenty of activities. The annual village fayre attracts visitors from wide and far and is a much-anticipated event.
The nearby fashionable town of Frome is a five-minute drive and is home to a comprehensive choice of retail outlets and all the usual amenities. Founded in 2013 the Frome Independent is an award-winning street market that is held on the first Sunday of each month and attracts up to 80,000 people per year.
The equally fashionable town of Bruton is a fifteen-minute drive and is home to the renowned art Gallery, Hauser and Wirth, the restaurant
At the Chapel and the fabulous country mansion, Babington House, is a few miles away. The larger and beautiful City of Bath is approximately 35 minutes north and offers a plethora of culture and history.
Transport links are excellent with a mainline railway from Frome or Castle Cary to London Paddington and Bristol Airport is approximately 45 minutes to the west.
Nunney First School has been rated “Good with outstanding features” by Ofsted and feeds into excellent secondary schools in Frome.
There is also an excellent secondary school in Bruton, Sexeys, and is a state day/boarding school. Private schools include All Hallows Prep, Downside, Kings Bruton, Bruton for Girls and the Bath schools, Prior Park, Monkton Combe, and King Edwards to name just a few.
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This property is currently for sale at a guide price of £975,000. Full details are available on the Lodestone Property website.
For any enquiries and to arrange a viewing, please contact Lodestone Property at Fry’s Halt, Station Road, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0EH, telephone 01749 605 099.