Exposed brick and beams tell the story of this Suffolk property’s rustic past, while polished concrete and steel give it an industrial flavour.
The four-bedroom Dairy Row home sits in four acres of land, located at the end of a country lane in Brundish village. London practice Haverstock oversaw its conversion, making the most of the barn’s long footprint and double-height spaces.
The existing timber roof and brickwork is exposed, with the original sliding entrance now opening onto a soaring lobby space.
Concrete floors, a steel staircase, and marble and wood kitchen fittings add some sophistication to the home – which is listed with The Modern House for £710,000. Huge barn windows mean every room in the house is bathed in light, emphasised by its palette of grey and sandy tones.
The Suffolk coast is a short journey away, while London’s Liverpool Street is a 90-minute train ride from the nearby town of Diss.