There are not many ruins left in my immediate area, but this one is just a few hundred metres away. It's looking for what estate agents might refer to as a 'Sympathetic Purchaser'.
I'm really not sure if the house is saveable, but it has some very good features (underneath all the ivy). Most of the openings are still in place and are all of cut stone, and there are also some rather nice stone pigeon holes. Above, one can see both the original windows and shutters still in place.
The attached barn's walls are still standing, and the arched main entrance still in place. The key stone is dated 1880.
I apologise for the quality of the photos, but it's all so overgrown that this was the best I could do.
I've just clicked the 'Save Now' button. I wonder if it'll obey!