This 1800s home close to the River Wye combines the Georgian and Victorian eras with sweeping rural views.
Bishopswood Leigh, in Ross-on-Wye, is a stone house thought to date back to the early 1800s, with additions in the 1890s.
The home, which is set over three floors, retains many original and period features, such as its fireplaces, stone mullion windows and tall ceilings.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall leading to the sitting room, which has high ceilings reaching up 23 feet, a study, and a formal dining room.
Also on this level are a kitchen/breakfast room, a utility room, and a store room with an adjoining utility room and pantry.
Upstairs, the first floor is made up of a principal bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom,four further bedrooms, a family bathroom and a wet room.
The second floor is described as a “blank canvas”, with space for a further three bedrooms, a bathroom, a cloakroom and a store room.
There is also a two-storey workshop, which the agent suggests could be converted into an annexe with the necessary planning permission.
Outside the house, the grounds span more than half an acre, including landscaped gardens, a kitchen garden and a paddock.
The house is being marketed by Savills, and is listed for a price of £875,000.
Phil Bates of Savills Cheltenham, commented: “Bishopswood Leigh is a very attractive period home boasting a multitude of Georgian and Victorian features.
“Set within the rolling countryside close to the River Wye, its elevated position means glorious far-reaching views.
“An appealing family home as it is, a two storey outbuilding offers further potential, perhaps for multi-generation families or guests, subject to planning permission.”