Many old buildings which have been made redundant can be rejuvenated for modern functions such as a family home, retail units or offices. Farm steadings are particularly popular but it can apply to any redundant building with architectural merit such as churches, schools and farmhouses. At McWLA, we believe that if a building has architectural merit then we have a responsibility to respect the build heritage and protect it for future generations. When converting these buildings, they should be carefully designed to retain existing features while still being functional for the end purpose.
A lot of older buildings are heavily built and built to last which means your converted property will be simultaneously great looking and practical!