Barn Conversions

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Hernaford Barns are conversions set on a farm which composed of the main farm house (which is a listed building) located to the south, a horse shoe barn to the East with a level courtyard opening to the south, together with a series of smaller barns at a higher level to the West.

Hernaford Barns Gallery

Completed in 2014, the barns are all traditionally constructed using local solid stone. Many of the windows and door openings have attractive brick arches. The converted barns have slate roofs. Our sympathetic conversion work has retained many of the original features while combining modern fittings to give this development a comfortable, tranquil and relaxing feel.

Orchard Coombe Barns

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Elegant and full of character, these new homes benefit from the very highest specification and interior finish whilst retaining many of the wonderful old features that a 100 year old barns have to offer. They all enjoy polished porcelain tiles, oak flooring, oak doors with Stainless Steel door furniture and under floor heating throughout. These homes also have integrated Neff appliances, pop up sockets with USB ports, Villeroy and Boch sanitaryware and Hansgrohe brassware.

Orchard Coombe Barns are situated within the beautiful South Hams and lie only 2 miles inland from the unique wetland of Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve.

Orchard Coombe Barns Video

Video footage of Orchard Coombe Barns from the air which has been taken by the owners of Unit 7 – South Ley.

Orchard Coombe Barns Gallery

Longcombe Valley Farm

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The impressive reverse level accommodation of the barn has been designed with fine living in mind and the property is finished to a high specification offering superb holiday accommodation.

The barn sleeps 8 to 10 and has stylish, Hi Tech and Eco features throughout, including the efficient ground source heating system, intelligent lighting system as well as the capability to stream films, music or TV straight through to specific rooms including the large Al-fresco dining area outside.

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Halshanger

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Halsanger is a planned late 19th century farmstead with an integrated courtyard plan. It is situated some distance behind (northwest of) the farmhouse with access off a green lane heading northwest towards the high moor and passing close by the northeast side of the farmbuildings complex. The ranges are aligned closer to northwest-southeast and northeast-southwest but are described according to the main cardinal points for the sake of simplicity and clarity. Thus the northeast range is the north range, the northwest the west range and so on.

The relatively large complex is roughly square on plan enclosing all four sides of the courtyard with a large, circular dung pit in the centre. It is built down a south-facing hillslope and is deeply terraced into the ground to the west. Thus the upper floor levels of the west range and the western end of the south range are accessible from ground level. All the buildings except the loading bay face into the yard and are two storeys high. The roof is continuous returning from range to range with hipped corners.

Halshanger Gallery