Inside the former 14th century monastery converted into a stunning five bed house for sale in West Midlands

Take a look around Priory Farm in Studley, Warwickshire - less than 20 miles from Birmingham city centre

It’s the magnificent five bedroom farmhouse which was a monastery dating back to the 14th century.

Secluded and private, Priory Farm in Studley, Warwickshire, oozes history and character with gorgeous wooden beams and period fireplaces throughout.

When the Priory was suppressed in 1536, it was granted to Sir Edmund Knightley and it was he who lost no time in converting it for purposes of a dwelling.

He maintained some amazing features, a stand out being the large chimney breast which dates back to the 14th Century

It sits on a generous ¾ acre plot and is just a short walk into Studley Village - and up for sale through DM & Co. Homes from £900,000.

Lisa Smith, sales director at DM & Co. Homes, explained that the luxury family home is in the heart of the village with a “large and beautiful” south-facing garden.

Ms Smith said: “This is an extremely unique opportunity to own a large farmhouse that sits comfortably in a fabulous semi-rural setting.

“Set behind a long private drive, you encounter a stunning historic property that certainly gives the ‘wow’ factor from the moment you enter, exuding warmth and charm throughout.”

Let’s take a look inside Priory Farm in Studley, Warwickshire: