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Agricultural
17th century

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Connected timber and stone barns were restored and adapted for re-use by a careful process of insitu work. This involved i) the repair of the timber frames and the existing stonework, ii) the excavation of the building to lower the floors and establish a sound base using engineering brick walling iii) cloaking the timber barn and lining the stone barn to insulate iv) new boarded green oak external claddings to the timber barn and seasoned oak windows and doors added to compliment and amintain the integrity of the existing buildings