Barn Conversion, Padstow

This site originally contained a stone barn, but it had been partially demolished leaving only one gable end standing. A design was prepared for a new house which would incorporate this gable, mixing traditional stonework and slate hanging with a modern design, open plan ground floor and extensive glazing. Existing granite posts found on the site will also be rebuilt into the wall structure to frame the wide openings.

Building Type

Barn ConversionHousing

Services Provided

ArchitecturePlanning






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