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Barn Conversion

Completed Spring 2009

Sympathetic conversion of old two-storey barn, near Broadhaven. The barn has been wonderfully renovated with a modern interior using traditional materials into a warm and inviting family home.
The entire barn is heated by a ground source heat pump and flat-plate solar panels.

Oak feature wrap around staircase with glass balustrades. Internal study mezzanine with oak and glass guarding. Feature internal solid oak beams and A frames, and internal solid oak doors.

Kota Limestone flooring, hand made kitchen.

Underfloor heating. Carefully designed intelligent lighting systems, with in-built sound system.
Carefully scribed oak door linings, black ironomongery and landscaped gardens & external balcony.


‘Tom has worked for us on our barn conversion project since 2005. He took over from a previous architect that we had to lay off because we were not happy with the direction of travel of the project at that time. Tom has successfully steered our project through to successful completion of the design, negotiating with national parks & building regulations for the changes we required, the tendering process, found an affordable way forward when we were about to quit the project because of costs; appointment of the best builders in Pembrokeshire.

Tom works collaboratively, nothing is too much trouble and he is professional at all times. He has the ability to create and work as part of a team, and in so doing achieves a good team spirit and unity of purpose to work for the best of the project and client.
Tom focuses on achieving a quality end product rather than monetary gain because he believes that this approach markets itself and achieves a win–win for all. Tom has gone the extra mile in steering us towards resolution through several difficult problems throughout the course of the project.

In summary we would have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending Tom, as a consummate professional and a complete gentleman and would definitely employ him again.’

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