The original barn, was in a poor state of repair and required extensive structural and remedial repair works. It had been used as an agricultural outbuilding and then later as an outbuilding to a private property. The scheme saw the barn converted into a pair of semi-detached homes, one 3 bedroom and one 4 bedroom. Both homes retain a large amount of the original timber frame and where it was necessary new oak was used to replace rotten or deteriorated timbers. Both homes have solar thermal panels, air source heat pumps and under floor heating and heat recovery systems throughout. The barn was restored to retain its original character and features, whilst incorporating modern sustainable living within. A new cart lodge was constructed providing parking for both homes.
This project was part of a further development with a Bungalow Conversion to an existing property.