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GVII Listed Internal Alterations and Barn Conversions



Private domestic

In progress


Project Description:


The Manor House is believed to date predominantly from the 17th Century to a traditional 3 cell cross-passage plan form. Built from a mix of local Mendip stone with a clay tile roof, the principle west elevation remained relatively unaltered and is of architectural significance, having three gables to the second floor and traditionally arranged fenestration. 


The site also included several stone outbuildings of late 19th century construction with brick arched lintels, which consisted of an attractive stable building with attached piggery, and a dovecote. 

The approved Listed building application included the sympathetic conversion of the existing redundant outbuildings into high quality self-contained guest accommodation, along with internal alterations to the main house and thermal efficiency upgrades such as secondary glazing, breathable wall and roof insulation.  

Barn Conversion
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