This period home for sale is full of period features and comes with a versatile outbuilding.
Arthur’s Barn, on the outskirts of Ross, is thought to have originally been built in the early 1800s, and has been altered throughout the years.
There are character features throughout the house, which has a timber framed facade and a tiled pitched roof.
Stepping inside, there is a 27-foot high living room with double doors, and a 25-foot breakfast and kitchen room, which incorporates the original 1800s cottage and has an integral utility area.
Upstairs is the 16 foot main bedroom, which has an en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside, the front of the property has a lawned garden with a range of mature trees, a large brick barn which could be converted into a workshop or further accommodation subject to consents, and a gravelled parking area.
To the west of the house is a newly planted rose garden, while to the rear is a south-facing patio.
The property is being sold by Morris Bricknell for a price of £649,000.
The agent said: “The original cottage at Arthur’s Barn was believed to have been built in the early 1800’s, but like many older properties has been added to and altered over time.
“The property one sees today offers generous modern living accommodation, whilst retaining many character features.”