Detached Barn conversion Rural property which is a converted drying barn & gives spacious and flexible accommodation set with mature gardens.
Located on the outskirts of rural Weobley in Herefordshire, Orchard Barn is a 4 bedroom detached barn conversion surrounded by garden.
The heavy oak front door leads straight into a characterful hallway providing entry points to the first staircase, a single bedroom which looks out on to the garden, a utility room and a modern family bathroom. The living room is dual aspect with windows at each end; shutters are pulled back in the day to let in natural light and closed in the evening to keep in the warmth of the log burner.
The conservatory links the living room with the kitchen and offers views of the mature garden whose winding paths and well-tended beds wrap themselves around the property. The kitchen/diner is flooded with natural light from the large sky light over the dining area. The kitchen is a country style; it offers a granite breakfast bar/work space and room for a range cooker.
Bedroom one, the master, is the original hay loft which is studded with drying crosses down one wall. Originally this would have aided the drying of the hay by letting air circulate, now each cross is filled with a small pane of glass letting in the light and providing a small glimpse into the origins of the barn. The bedroom has characterful beams and hidden carvings left by a local artist â€“ some of which are also scattered through the rest of the house.
Bedroom two is opposite the master it has built in wardrobe space and looks out onto the garden.
To access bedroom three and the study you use the staircase near the kitchen and modern shower room, the double bedroom and study are divided by exposed beams which join the gable end. The stairs are â€˜Yâ€™ shaped, the left and right sections take you to a different room respectively.
The outbuildings all have power, they are together in one long building which is broken up into a garage with power assisted door and two workshops. Next to the LPG tank there is also a slab where a workshop once stood ready for another b