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Kent Barn Conversion

Converting a characterful barn in Kent

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  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    Barn conversion to 2 bedroom dwelling

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

  • Construction Type Icon

    Construction

    Timber frame on brick plinth

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.

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Feather-edged stained softwood weatherboard

  • Fenestration

    Fenestration

    Purpose-made kiln dried oak

  • Joinery Icon

    Internal Joinery

    Kitchen with standard carcassing and purpose made door fronts with black assoluto granite worktop

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    Oil-fired boiler with underfloor heating

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.

  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    Barn conversion to 2 bedroom dwelling

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

  • Construction Type Icon

    Construction

    Timber frame on brick plinth

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Feather-edged stained softwood weatherboard

  • Fenestration

    Fenestration

    Purpose-made kiln dried oak

  • Joinery Icon

    Internal Joinery

    Kitchen with standard carcassing and purpose made door fronts with black assoluto granite worktop

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    Oil-fired boiler with underfloor heating

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.

  • Project Type Icon

    Project Type

    Barn conversion to 2 bedroom dwelling

  • Floor Area Icon

    Floor Area

    130 square metres

  • Design By Icon

    Design

    Vernacular Homes

  • Construction Type Icon

    Construction

    Timber frame on brick plinth

  • External Finishes

    External Finishes

    Feather-edged stained softwood weatherboard

  • Fenestration

    Fenestration

    Purpose-made kiln dried oak

  • Joinery Icon

    Internal Joinery

    Kitchen with standard carcassing and purpose made door fronts with black assoluto granite worktop

  • Energy Icon

    Energy

    Oil-fired boiler with underfloor heating

Why choose VH for your barn conversion?

  • Barn Conversion Specialists Icon

    We are barn conversion specialists:

    Along with our other services like period restorations in Kent and Sussex, we have seen many barns, oasts and other buildings through the entire process of design and build.

    We have and will convert barns in any small village or town/city area within the Kent or East Sussex counties including:

    In Kent:

    • Westerham
    • Maidstone
    • Canterbury
    • Tunbridge Wells
    • Sevenoaks
    • Sandwich
    • Tonbridge
    • Tenterden

    In East Sussex:

    • Lewes
    • Heathfield
    • Crowborough
    • Horam
    • Hailsham

    If you have a barn conversion project in any of these or indeed other towns or villages in these three areas, we can address all your requirements.

  • Full Turnkey Service Icon

    We are one of a limited number of companies who can manage the whole process from start to finish:

    If you don’t yet have planning permission for your barn conversion, we are able to work with you on the planning and listed building applications. We can then take the empty barn, oast or other building to its completion using a variety of specialists including architects, builders, joiners, electricians and more.

  • Technical Expertise Icon

    Technical expertise:

    Our experience with many different types of outbuilding means we are familiar with the various challenges associated with their conversion. These include the repairing timber frames and masonry structures, providing suitable additional structural rigidity and high levels of insulation to ensure these historic structures are every bit as warm and efficient as a contemporary new build.

Please contact us to discuss your design or build project

Please feel free to get in contact with us to discuss any aspect of your project. You can do this by emailing us or by calling Trevor Weeks, who is one of our directors on 01233 861177.

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