|Chris and Spencer lead the way towards the back of the property|
|I think we might need more than a strimmer!! Maybe a herd of goats!|
|At the back left corner...very overgrown with the maize field behind|
This will all be a lovely garden/orchard/veggie patch one day!
|Across the back of the barn....long grass and brambles|
Loads of blackberries for crumbles.....next time I'm bringing my jam making pan!
|From the back of the barn to the left|
|Looking back at the barn|
|Heading towards the back right corner across the back of the barn|
A beautiful sunrise and blue skies on our first morning....
|The maize field at the back|
|Looking back at the right hand side of the barn|
Another garden to be discovered?....or created.....
|Looking back down the right hand side of the property|
|The maize field on the right|
There are fields of maize all around......
|Looking back down the right hand boundary and the maize field|
|At the right hand back corner|
You can see the tower of our little windmill in the next one.....
|Down the right hand side of the barn|
|At right of barn showing side panels in undergrowth|
|Maize field to the back|
|Back into the barn|
The previous owner was a carpenter and there is lots of wood everywhere.
The brambles have encroached into the back of the barn.
|Towards the back of the barn showing the brambles|
You can see why Chris wants to do some strimming!
Around to the front of the beautiful farmhouse.....
|Through the barn sliding door to the front of the farmhouse|
There is a lovely old oak tree but it will have to be felled as it is too close to the house.
|The large oak tree that will have to be felled|
This will be a lovely garden one day with pretty flowers and somewhere to sip tea or wine!
|Looking back at the sliding door of the barn.|
|The overgrown front of the farmhouse|
The farmhouse windows are one of my favourite features.....
|Side of the farmhouse with attached cottage|
|Taken from the base of the windmill tower, the attached cottage and road to the left|
There's a large pond in this undergrowth somewhere!
|Looking to the right at the overgrown 'garden' and maize field beyond|
We can't wait to give this house the love and care it deserves....
|Front of the farmhouse|
|The side driveway and back of the farmhouse|
|Overgrown frontage at the side of the cottage with the road to the right|
I have more to tell about our first day but this post is long enough already so I'll put the rest in the next one!
Thanks for visiting!