This was a rare opportunity to restore a set of old farm buildings, the oldest of which has a carved dated stone lintel depicting the year 1680.
The development was a mixture of refurbishment, extensions and 1 low energy new build.
A timber beam in the barn has been carbon dated to the 900 AD when the tree was felled. It is thought the beam was originally cut to be used in a nearby Monastery, which no longer exists.
The site made good progress, with the new build and farm buildings completed on target at the end of 2016.
We are extremely happy with this site, if you look at the most recent photos you will see why. Doesn’t it look incredible? We have added a few internal shots to show just how impressive these homes are.
Look out for the sale adverts with Hardisty & Co Estate Agents:
Work on these four magnificent new and refurbished properties is now complete, and the remaining houses are on the market. However, work begins soon on a new stable block, so watch this space!
|Start Date||1st September 2014|
|End Date:||15th December 2016|
Nudura ICF, Triton TT Admix, Atlas