Grade II Listed Dartmoor Barn Conversions
The three barns at Moor Farm are fine examples of Dartmoor stone and granite agricultural buildings, each being individually listed and set within the National Park. These have been transformed from a derelict and perilous state to create new dwellings with designated workspaces.
Local stonemasons, woodworkers and roofing specialists were used to reconstruct and repair the barns with lime, natural slate, hardwood joinery and granite cobble setts. Wherever possible the original charm and character of the historic barns were conserved to create rich materiality around the site.
New private gardens have been created using Devon banks, earth berms and dry stone walls. The original brook running beside the farm has been reinstated as a key landscape feature, following the hillside down and meandering through each garden.