Mill Conversion, St Keyne

Since about 1610 mills in this area were built, worked and, more recently, have fallen into disrepair. Indeed, many of the original mills are no longer standing.

This mill is one of the survivours, though when our clients took it on it was in a redundant and deteriorating state. They wished to give it a new lease of life by converting it into a comfortable, quirky family home. It was essential to them that the character and presence of the building was not lost in the conversion and in the long term they plan to restore the watercourse and wheel to its former glory.

Building Type

Listed and Conservation

Services Provided

ArchitecturePlanning






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