The property is divided into three sections:
- A shelter shed that was converted into a car port, store room and bat loft
- The stable was converted into an office, playroom and guest bedroom
- The Barn became the living space.
The limited first floor window availability mean’t that all the bedrooms are located on the ground floor. One of the four spacious bedrooms has an ensuite, and in addition to this, the utility and family bathroom are also on this level.
The first floor includes an open plan dining room, snug and kitchen.
The listed barn had been derelict for many years, and much of the structure needed repair or replacement. Most of the timber frame structure was sound, with only a few purlins to replace and the roof tiles were salvageable. As far as possible, features of the old barn (old straps, bolts and nails) were maintained.Conservation roof lights were installed to bring natural light into the living space. A subtle, hidden lighting system was designed to accent the main features of the building.