Drift end is a 15th Century original oak framed farmhouse with wattle and daub infill accompanied with limewashed finished throughout. This is coupled with original floor bricks and white oak floorboarding that really compliments the properties stripped back aesthetic.
Other standout features include working open fireplaces in several rooms as well as Scandinavian wood burners in a couple of the outhouses, and shed load of exposed brickwork.
All bathrooms feature roll top baths and period sanitary ware that add to the properties charm.
This unique property is comprised of numerous outbuildings amidst two acres of wild gardens, meadows and a walled garden.