Barnby Hall is in a conservation area.
This former Georgian farmhouse had undergone many changes over the years which resulted in a plan that didn’t flow.
We re-formed the circulation spaces addressing the multiple level changes to create a more coherent plan. The key to this was a new stair and central roof light and gallery bringing light into a deep central hallway.
The external scope of work required the full re-roofing of the entire building, but we managed to retain the main roof structure. The decaying woodwork was replaced with new windows and doors to match the original and the external walls were fully insulated.
Internally, the house was re-wired and new insulated floors with under floor heating were added. New modern bathrooms and kitchen were added, as well as the property being fully refurbished for modern living.
- Barnby Hall
- Refurbishment and Alterations
- Conservation Area