Penheale Barn

This project involved refurbishing linked 19th century barns and converting a single dwelling with associate garaging. It involved remnants of a mill, animal housing and milking parlour that had all fallen into disrepair. A building archaeologist was involved in historic recording and submitting a Written Scheme of Investigation of the buildings and wheel pit. The conversion involved use of traditional materials and methods of application including the use of hemp render as an insulated wall plaster. The property is set in a re-established landscaped area including a pedestrian bridge over a leat fed from a pond and is accessed along a rural drive with natural hedgerow.

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