Residents of a 300-year-old house experience their home in a unique way. You’ll be surprised when you take a look inside.


Nestled in a picturesque corner of the western region of England stands a charming country house dating back to 1710.

Carefully restored and equipped with all the necessities, it offers its residents a comfortable life.

Designer Caroline Hayward has preserved the historical atmosphere of the house by using antique furniture and materials sourced from the local area.

Stone walls, wooden beams, and vintage doors give the house a timeless charm.

In the living room, a lively antique sofa sits next to a floral-patterned armchair.

The dining table, handmade from reclaimed wood, invites cozy meals.

The kitchen combines an antique stove with modern appliances.

In the two bedrooms, antique dressers and simple decorations create a cozy atmosphere.

The bathroom is clad in white wood and houses a luxurious, heated bathtub.

A green courtyard completes the picture, an ideal spot to relax with a cup of tea or escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

What do you think of this charming country house?

Would you like to live there?