This unlisted large barn adjoins a C18 farmhouse and contains some early carpentry, no doubt re-used from a medieval structure. Most interesting of all are two gothic-headed arched heads, and these, together with massive trusses, have been retained in the conversion.
Openings are fully glazed to allow for maximum light, and the steel roof was replaced with natural slate incorporating conservation roof lights. A purpose-made oak screen and staircase to the upper platform were installed, together with clear glass balustrading.
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