Barn Conversion - Thirsk

Listed barn conversion

Oak roof trusses & purlins

New staircase

Oak doors & floors

York stone floor

Barn Conversion - Borrowby, Thirsk

The original features on these old listed barns date back over 300 years hence "Natural England" took a very keen interest in restoring these derelict barns back to their former glory. Only traditional methods of construction were used including traditional limes and aggregates. Absolutely no cement was used throughout the whole refurbishment.

The original crook frames and roof trusses where retained and preserved for hopefully many generations to come. The demolished walls were re-built using the reclaimed stone or new stone quarried from a local stone supplier to give an exact match. The walls which were left standing were all underpinned to give them the structural integrity they required. The roof joists and purlins were generally all replaced except where existing could be maintained. The old expired roof tiles were all replaced with a new clay pantile.

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