Barn has been stylishly renovated and modernised to a very high specification by the current owners.
Rhys Jones takes cuttings and, right, an old cruck
barn made using black poplar
trusses are found in the 1402 hunting lodge Hafodygarreg, near Builth Wells.
The building, which still retains its five cruck
trusses and four bays, will be opened to the public on September 14 as part of Denbighshire's Heritage Weekend.
Cottage may be trapped in the landlocked middle of the Midlands.
New Shipton Farm combines a mixture of new-build cottages and houses with a conversion of a Grade II-listed, 15th century cruck
This Grade II listed house in Babelake Street, in the Leicestershire village of Packington, is a traditional Cruck
arched thatched cottage with outbuildings.
To the first floor is the stunning master bedroom with an impressively large fireplace (non-operational), original cruck
trusses to the vaulted ceiling, and dressing area with freestanding bath and separate shower.
The property is being sold as a farmhouse with living and sitting rooms, a farmhouse kitchen, utility room, bathroom and three bedrooms, as well as stone outbuildings and a historic cruck
barn of curved timbers.
The 13th century Cruck
Hall is now an award-winning organic banqueting hall, serving seasonal, local, organic food for green weddings.
timbers are naturally curved oak beams which run the entire length or height of a building.
THEY look like barn conversions, standing as they do adjacent to the converted Grade II listed, 15th-century cruck
barn and farm buildings of New Shipton Farm in Walmley, Sutton Coldfield.