Tredinnick Barn Conversions, St Issey
Tredinnick barn conversions in St. Issey, Cornwall were created from a range of agricultural buildings located around four sides of a courtyard.
Planning permission had already been granted for the conversion of these barns to four dwellings, with the buildings on the north and east sides of the courtyard forming the dwellings themselves.
The Bazeley Partnership’s engagement on the project led to further planning permission being sought and obtained for an additional dwelling (totalling five) as well as storage facilities in the renovated piggery and dedicated car parking facilities. This new design proposal also enabled the owners to re-instate a lost section of the building and courtyard, restoring the integrity of the 1870 design.
The natural slate roofs and original stone walls have been restored and renovated, using local, natural materials. Solar panels have been fitted to the South-facing roofs and underfloor heating throughout the properties has helped to ensure a significant improvement to the energy efficiency of the buildings.
The development has also provided much needed residential accommodation in the St Issey area, which is just minutes away from Padstow.
Complete architectural project