A £1.1 million riverside house in Herefordshire with its own cinema, games room and hot tub has been put up for sale.
Agents say on Zoopla that the beautifully appointed grade II-listed period house in Eardisland has views over the river Arrow.
Agents from Knight Frank said the five-bed home has elegant accommodation throughout, the hard work of the current owners over the past 20 years.
It has been used as both a family home and a high-quality holiday let via Unique Home Stays.
There are period features throughout the home, which is for sale for offers over £1.1 million, including sash windows with shutters, fireplaces, exposed boards, beams and coving.
The three principal reception rooms are to the front of the house with the kitchen overlooking the garden to the rear of the house.
Upstairs there are five bedrooms with the master bedroom suite having a free-standing bath set under the window and a separate toilet.
There are two further bath/shower rooms for the other four rooms.
A period barn adjoins the rear of the house and has been converted into a wonderful recreational space with a rear hall/boot room opening into a cinema room and a separate games room with vaulted ceilings.
A garden room at the end of the barn houses a large William Holland Spa bath with doors onto the garden.
A gravelled driveway is to the side of the house and leads to the garden to the rear which is beautifully landscaped in an arts and craft style, with pathways interspersing mature border and sculpted hedgerows and lawns opening onto a lawn where there Old Cider Barn with thatched roof and housing the cider press.
Currently excellent storage, but having scope for alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
There are terraces outside the garden room and at the rear of the house.
To the front of the home on the other side of the lane is an area of river bank fronting onto the river Arrow – a wonderful spot for a bit of fishing or watching the abundance of wildlife that has been spotted there over the years.
The vendors have confirmed that the house has never been affected by flooding from the River Arrow in their ownership and as far as they are aware, not ever.