The Blakeney property is set within nine lush acres above the beachy shore of the estuary, capturing panoramic views from its floor-to-ceiling windows. It was originally an old milking parlour and granary that has been converted into a five-bedroom home that pays homage to its agricultural roots.
In the kitchen are vaulted oak-beamed ceilings, granite worktops and a classic Aga that adds a rustic, cosy vibe. Its three reception rooms, meanwhile, are orientated to watch the weather sweep across the estuary following a long walk along the beach. Log-burning brick fireplaces and a serene colour scheme from Farrow & Ball complete the soft country aesthetic.
A trio of courtyards offer further vantage points for admiring the views, and there’s a custom-designed shepherd’s hut in one of the fruit orchards, which looks out toward Bristol and the Severn Bristol. It’s fully connected with all services and contains a bedroom, kitchen and living room.
Mr and Mrs Clark are listing the Gloucestershire property for £1.49m.
The Forest of Dean is on the doorstep, as is Lyndney Harbour, for kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing on the River Wye, while Bristol Airport is under an hour’s drive away.