A distinctive barn conversion with considerable character has come onto the market near Ludlow in Herefordshire. This property is effectively a new house built 12 years ago using the structure and original materials of a timber-framed barn which had been moved from its original location.
The house was created by the current owner who put much thought into the large light, well appointed contemporary rooms, and combining them with the period features which remain in the property, including extensive use of English Oak and open fireplaces. The house has three excellent reception rooms, two of which have French windows with direct access to the gardens, and a beautifully equipped kitchen with an oil-fired Aga.
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In total the accommodation comprises: ‘Reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, galleried landings and four bedrooms (all en suite) and a double garage outside.
The landscaped gardens and grounds have just under three acres and include many terraces, rockeries and herbaceous borders and lawns. There is also a summer house and a pergola with a sun deck.
The property is in the hamlet of Great Marston which is just over a mile away from Risbury and surrounded by the pretty Herefordshire countryside. Leominster is just seven miles and Hereford is fifteen miles to the south west for further amenities.
The guide price is £755,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.