Barn conversion ‘Penhesgyn Isaf’, Penmynydd, Anglesey.

Conversion and extension of existing barns into a new split level dwelling

Value: £220,000

 

Background

The existing barn was built in 1836 and used as a cattle shed and hay store. The barn fell into disrepair sometime before the Second World War and deteriorated to a poor state when our Client obtained the property at auction.

The Challenge

Our Client had purchased the Barn at auction with outline planning. The design was not acceptable and had to be modified and extended to give what was expected from the dwelling. The contract was undertaken within a 25 week period during the Spring/Summer of 2007 and encountered a great deal of meticulous reconstruction and detailing to achieve the desired concept. 

Communication

This project is a good example of working as a team with the Client and his Designers. Many difficult aspects of a conversion of this nature were discussed and resolved whilst keeping the Client fully aware of all implications and costing data at regular intervals thus enabling decisions to be made quickly.

In conclusion

4 Crosses Construction Ltd delivered a superb new dwelling for the Client to enjoy and cherish.

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Key Services

  • New Build
  • Renovation works
  • Refurbishment, alteration and extensions
  • Civil Engineering
  • Infrastructure works
  • Road and Sewer Construction

Client List

Our clients include:

  • Ministry of Defence
  • Carillion Enterprise
  • Anglesey County Council
  • Gwynedd County Council
  • Denbighshire County Council
  • Wrexham County Council
  • Flintshire County Council
  • Gilks (Nantwich) Ltd
  • Keren Associates
  • Archway Homes
  • Redrow PLC