This “charming” former farmhouse for sale is centuries old and comes with planning permission to create more living space. 

Buttisfer Farm, in Coleford, is Grade II listed and has origins in the 16th century, with character features throughout such as oak frames, a gabled porch, and character fireplaces. 

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The sitting room. (Bradleys Estate Agents)

Entering the property, there is wood panelling and parquet flooring leading to the sitting room, which has a beamed ceiling and a fireplace with a wood-burning stove. 

The dining room has a window seat and an inglenook fireplace with a wood-burning stove, while the kitchen and breakfast room also has an inglenook fireplace, housing the AGA cooker. 

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The kitchen and breakfast area. (Bradleys Estate Agents)

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, the master of which has a feature fireplace and the second featuring exposed beams, plus a family bathroom. 

Completing the accommodation is a utility room, a shower room, and a cellar which can be used as a fifth bedroom. 

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The property's principal bedroom. (Bradleys Estate Agents)

Outside, a driveway leads to a yard with parking space, a car port, various sheds and a barn/workshop with planning for conversion into further accommodation. 

The rear garden includes terraced lawns with village views, while on the other side of the lane is a further lawn with a vegetable plot. 

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The gardens of the property. (Bradleys Estate Agents)

Buttisfer Farm is being sold by Bradleys Estate Agents for a guide price of £575,000. 

The agent described the property as “a charming Grade II listed former village farmhouse offering a wealth of character features, gardens, garage, carport and barn with planning to create ancillary accommodation, situated in this popular village.”