Grade II Listed Dartmoor Farmhouse
The main farmhouse at Moor Farm on the outskirts of Cornwood village has been fully repaired and upgraded to create a large dwelling as part of The Blachford Estate. Originating from 1619, evidenced in the fireplace, the current building form is predominantly early nineteenth century.
Listed building conservation, new windows and environmental improvements to the interior have transformed the dilapidated farmhouse into a comfortable and healthy home.
Set within the Dartmoor National Park, we have carefully restored the key architectural integrity of the farm, salvaging materials where possible and matching traditional details. A new biomass wood chip boiler has been installed to provide heating to the whole farmstead including adjacent barns.
Externally, new dry stone walls, estate fencing and granite cobble courtyards have been built to define the main gardens away from agricultural pastures and meadowland.