A magnificent traditional Suffolk barn conversion with a modern twist. The revival of the property sees the barn's original threshing aisle retained and the original York stone re-laid to give it a character which is a real mixture of traditional and contemporary styles.
The barn was structurally unstable and in a state of severe disrepair when the conversion began, requiring extensive oak repairs and underpinning to reinstate it. The original vaulted ceiling shows off the new and old oak works and an elaborate web of stainless steel rigging wires used to secure the wood burning flue.
|Location||East Suffolk rural village|
|Partners||Terry Foster Architect, Gill Associates Quantity Surveyors|