A BARN originally constructed in Hereford and relocated to Dorset has gone on the market for more than £1million.

White Hill Barn, in Stoke Wake, Blandford Forum, boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and provides 3,000 sq ft of accommodation.

Dating back the 18th century, the barn was transported to Dorset and reconstructed 15 years ago.

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It has a spacious reception hall with floor to ceiling exposed brick wall.

The plot the barn sits on extends over two acres and is largely bordered by open farmland.

The owner will also benefit from an oak-framed, doubled covered car port, a 1.5 mile walk to the local pub and miles of breath-taking views.

Savills are handling the sale of the barn, which is on the market for a staggering £1.25million.

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Lizzie Ball, property agent at Savills in Wimborne, says: “To have an 18th century barn relocated and reconstructed to create a beautiful family home in rural Dorset provides such a unique angle to the sale.

“It has such character and enjoys stunning views from the most tranquil of settings.”