Set within the fringes of the Herefordshire countryside where you can enjoy farm walks and mature woodlands from your front door. A haven for walkers offering access to a mixed terrain being close to the Welsh and Shropshire borders where you can explore Elan Valley with its reservoir’s, the Black Mountains with its rugged hill scapes and breath-taking views from the rolling Shropshire hills. There are many villages and market towns to include Hay-on-Wye, famous for its book shops and festivals and Hereford, with its cathedral, Mappa Mundi and Chained Library are close. There are many National Trust properties including The Weir Gardens, Croft Castle and Berrington Hall to name a few. A variety of festivals run throughout the year such as The Three Choirs, Ludlow Food Festival and Bishops Castle Folk Festival.
Enjoying an elevated location and sympathetically restored to blend into the countryside, a clever mix of natural stone, wooden cladding and corrugated iron offer a contemporary twist. Step inside where you will be pleasantly surprised by the high ceilings, exposed wooden frame and stunning views across the farm and countryside. The living space is open plan and perfect for couples wanting to explore the area. The lounger area has a sofa which you can sink into after a day exploring, a Smart TV/DVD for watching a good movie and bi-folding doors with countryside views that open onto the patio area. The kitchen area is well-equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. This single storey barn has one bedroom, a king-size zip-and-link (which can be made into a 2ft 6" twin on request) with en-suite shower and WC.
Outside to the side of the barn accessed via the stone steps, a terraced area with table and chairs. There is off road parking for two cars.