Light Filled Barn
This barn conversion is somewhat of an oddity in the ex-agricultural building market.
Light floods in to every room through double height windows, across the gallery landing and through internal glass walls to create an effect of space and airiness that is missing in many of this buildings contemporaries.
Vaulted ceilings are often used in barn conversions as a device to compensate for the lack of wall height on the first floor. In this property they have been used as an architectural feature that further enhances the sense of space and light. The architects could have installed much more modest ceilings, but that would simply have robbed the house of great deal of charm and character.
This lack of compromise between style and substance is carried through the rest of the property. The gallery landing that connects the two halls of the property on the first floor allows light to flood in to the heart of the home through double height window on both sides.
The addition of laundry room as well as utility room will be any functioning families dream come true. A large lounge with sun room attached is at one end of the building, while the children’s play room (and it’s noise) at the other, leaving everyone to enjoy their space without interruption.
And the icing on the cake – it is a barn conversion with a garden and a view.