This “outstanding” barn conversion and farmhouse sits in more than 15 acres of land with its own cider mill and wildlife pond.
Black Norle Barn and Farmhouse, in Glewstone, sit in a rural location surrounded by paddocks and pastures, with views towards wooded hillsides.
The barn was converted approximately a decade ago and is approached via a drive lined with crabapple trees.
Entering the barn, there is a large reception area with a timber galleried landing sitting above.
From the reception, there is a living room with a “superb” wood-burning stove in a stone fireplace, while leading off this room is a study.
On the opposite side of the hall are double doors to a large dining room, with a snug beyond and an adjacent kitchen, which features a four-oven AGA.
Completing the ground floor is a laundry and utility room, as well as two cloakrooms.
Upstairs, to one side is the master suite, comprising a bedroom with built-in cupboards, a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom.
On the other side is a second bedroom, while a secondary landing leads to a family bathroom and two further bedrooms, one of which has access to the loft space.
The farmhouse is approximately 50 yards from the barn, and is unmodernised, currently being tenanted.
Outside, the grounds span more than 15 acres, most of which is sloping paddocks and pasture.
In the grounds, there is a wildlife pond, over which arches a mature weeping willow tree, while nearby is an original stone cider mill.
The property is being sold by Morris Bricknell for a guide price of £1,750,000.
The agent commented: “This is an outstanding stone barn conversion together with a nearby unmodernised, tenanted farmhouse.
“Both properties enjoy a beautiful rural location encircled by over 15 acres of paddock and pasture, with far reaching views across rolling Herefordshire countryside.”