This building was originally constructed as a barn in the 1880s, became a dwelling in the early 1900s, extended in the 1970s and again in the 1990s which resulted in a confused anachronistic home.

The latest addition marries the three periods into a single dwelling externally and internally and has resulted in a sizeable family home with a character that sits comfortably in the village. Constructed in timber frame and clad with Cornish cedar this property has been upgraded with solar hot water, greater levels of insulation and improved levels of natural light and accommodation.