This listed barn conversion is full of period features as well as “wonderful” countryside views. 

The property, in Bridstow, is Grade II listed and is thought to date back to the 1800s.

The house has a “wealth” of period features, such as large open fireplaces, exposed beams and stonework. 

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There are period features throughout the house. (Fine & Country)

On the lower ground floor, there is a kitchen with a central island and modern units, as well as integrated appliances including a Rayburn cooker and an electric oven. 

A set of steps leads to the ground floor, where there is a dining room with a large open stone fireplace and exposed beams, and a lounge, with oak floors and another open fireplace. 

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The dining room on the ground floor. (Fine & Country)

Also on this level, there is a family bathroom and a utility room, split into two sections, one of which could be used as an office space. 

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, one being at the west end of the barn with views over the nearby fields, and another of the bedrooms featuring a fireplace and exposed beams. 

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One of the four bedrooms. (Fine & Country)

Outdoors, there is a fenced rear garden with an outlook over open fields, plus a gravelled seating area. 

To the front of the property, there is parking space, an additional lawn, and a selection of concrete storage buildings. 

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There are clear views over the fields. (Fine & Country)

The property is being sold by Fine & Country for a guide price of £650,000.

Ann Higgins of Fine & Country commented: “This detached barn has spacious four-bedroom accommodation and wonderful countryside views. 

“The internal accommodation boasts a wealth of well-preserved period features, with large open fireplaces, exposed beams and stonework. 

“The property enjoys a good-sized rear garden with a pleasant outlook over open fields to the rear. There is ample parking and a selection of useful concrete storage buildings.”