Ford Barn is situated towards the southern edge of the village of Little Hadham and a short stroll away from the local pub and restaurant. The front section of the barn, which is the oldest part, has a timber frame of oak or elm and many exposed in the main bedrooms. The original part of the property has a thatched roof. There is a later extension at the back of the building with a pantiled roof, which provides a sitting room with a wooden floor, staircase to the first floor, under stair storage cupboard and doors opening to the garden. The kitchen lies at the front of and has a gas range, electric oven, integrated appliances and Butler sink. There is also a cloakroom accessed from the entrance lobby. On the first floor, the master bedroom is divided by vertical timber posts and has a vaulted ceiling and storage cupboards, there is a second double bedroom at the back of the house and a family bathroom with a free standing bath.
Outside, around the house there is a marble terrace and steps leading to a brick terrace with good views. There is also a brick shed which houses a modern gas fired boiler. Behind fencing there is a small electricity sub-station and an old oil tank. There is off-street parking for one vehicle. The barn abuts a meadow which is grazed by cattle in the spring, summer and autumn. The garden is about 35ft wide by about 37ft deep.