Having been completed in 2010, this is now immensely popular with clients and end users.
Once a dilapidated barn, it underwent a total restoration, which consists of walls of flint and local brick construction under a corrugated asbestos sheet roof. The hut formerly housed livestock. This restored agricultural dwelling boasts views across the countryside from the first-floor living room through the full height feature gable window thus securing its future.
A typical example of upside down living, the three bedrooms and bathroom are located on the ground floor, with open plan living on the first floor. Many of the original features and beams are retained.