Recently completed, Whaddon Farm has been transformed from a pair of joined and dilapidated barns into 2 stunning family homes. The barns dated back to 1809 but had been disused for a number of years and fallen into disrepair with much of the structure unsafe.
Planning permission was granted in April 2015 for the demolition of the barns allowing for the 2 new dwellings to be formed on the existing barn footprint. An existing section of cobb wall along the boundary of the site with the road was retained and the remainder of the barns were constructed using SIPs (structurally insulated panels) which are very thermally efficient and allowed for quick construction.
Highly finished with quality materials and craftsmanship, each dwelling has 4 bedrooms, a kitchen/dining space and a separate living space. Double height entrance spaces take advantage of the south facing aspect and look out onto the landscaped rear gardens and the surrounding farmland beyond.
COST: £1.1 million