Bespoke has taken Moorledge Barn, the former ancillary outbuilding to the Georgian Moorledge Farmhouse in Chew Valley, and turned it into a beautiful bespoke barn conversion.
It’s evident from these stunning photos that our highly skilled stone masons have made a fabulous job of matching in the new random rubble stone work with existing 200 year old stone elevations. Our de-construction team demolished part of the existing outbuildings; this was followed by riddling and cleaning the rubble stone before reusing it.
The lounge has a beautiful green oak truss framed roof and we have added clever lighting to ensure this showpiece really stands out. Many other features are bespoke or reclaimed – all the windows are handmade and were sprayed off site before installation. The roof has been covered using reclaimed clay tiles which of course is really sensitive to the local area and sympathetic to the rural and beautiful Chew Valley in Bath & North Somerset.