Phase one of this barn conversion is complete. Phase 2 involves the conversion of a double height mill area incorporating a hung "egg" mezzanine, staircases serving bedrooms and landscaping of the courtyard and gardens.

Charactor of the Barns

The barns were previously redundant and in disrepair, without considerate intervention and preservation of these buildings their historic, rustic beauty would be lost forever. As the project progresses we will up date the page with its continuing exciting restoration.

Design Features:

  • Natural materials sympathetic to the original building
  • Bat and bird nesting areas maintained
  • Trusses and purlins retained


Natural light is healthy, improves wellbeing and brings more openness to an environment and home.

Practical features:

  • Natural materials used internally
  • Airy living space
  • Rustic Design


The stunning rural location of the barns is why the design maintains the appearance of the existing buildings to avoid risk of over domestication in such a beautiful area.

  • Timber louvers replace profiled metal cladding
  • Hedgerows remain unaltered
  • Landscaped courtyard predominantly grass/field