Honey Barn is a new home built from local hamstone, reclaimed double roman roof tiles and reclaimed timbers from the demolition of the Elizabeth Shaw chocolate factory in Bristol, and from oak railway sidings from Kentucky USA. This unique home is nearing completion so a prospective buyer can help to chose the kitchen and bathroom fittings, floor coverings and decorations. This 'rustic luxury' design is combined with high levels of insulation, underfloor heating in all rooms and a highly efficient heat pump. The Governments Renewable Heat Incentive effectively gives free heating for 7 years.
Honey Barn is built into an earth bank with the garage, utility, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom at road level. There are 2 bedroom suites middle floor and the magnificent open plan vaulted ceiling living room, dining room and kitchen on the top floor, the landscaped garden can be accessed from the middle and top floor. The 12m x 6m underground garage is a particular feature of this house with space for 4 cars or a great workshop.
Local stone elevations
Air source heat pump