Threshing Barn





Grade II

The Threshing Barn is a fine timber-framed building, open to the rafters, dating from the early 17th century and clad with traditional dark stained weatherboarding. There has not been any working farm at this site for many decades. Structural repairs and new use are required. Consents have recently been granted for conversion of the barn to residential use. Approved designs include the replacement of unattractive modern outbuildings attached to the barn is to be replaced with a new contemporary bedroom block to avoid subdividing the interior of the barn. A free-standing two-story pod takes up one bay of the six bays leaving a wonderful open space for living accommodation.

Services Provided

Assessment of Significance, design advice based on Historic England best practice guidance, negotiating with the Local Planning Authority, brief specification and advice for insulating and installing services without visual or physical harm to the significance 17th-century timber frame inside the barn. In association with Neil Dowlman Architecture.

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