A conversion of a 18th century stone threshing barn is beginning to take shape as the roofs are erected on the extensions. The design comprises of split ground and first floor levels to create additional accommodation within the roof spaces and make use of existing openings. Large glazed openings will provide panoramic views to the surrounding countryside and fill the internal spaces with natural light.

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Internally, a dramatic full height entrance hall with gallery and the original trusses maintains the original character of the barn. The conversion features high levels of insulation to reduce future energy requirements and provisions for protected species such as bats and barn owls.

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