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Central threshing bay with galleried landing.


External view.


Kitchen area.


Vaulted ceiling.


Lounge area.

Kent Traditional Threshing Barn Conversion

A traditional three bay threshing barn found as part of many of Kent's historic farmsteads.

This barn follows a very traditional approach with a lot of oak on show, for a slightly different approach take a look at some of our other work, e.g. our courtyard barn conversion.

This characterful barn was owned by the client for many years before Vernacular Homes successfully applied for planning permission for its conversion to a dwelling.

The ground floor comprises of a central entrance hall leading to a sitting room in one direction and a kitchen/seating area in the other. A feature staircase and gallery lead upstairs where there are 2 double bedrooms each with its own en-suite bathroom.

Making maximum use of the limited space was key, this has resulted in circulation space being kept to a minimum. The staircase has been integrated with the living areas to create a seamless whole.