Baxters Barn, Contemporary Barn Conversion, Holiday Let, Suffolk

Baxters Barn is a contemporary barn conversion of a traditional brick and flint agricultural building and named after Johnny Baxter, who spent more than 60 years as Head horsemen when the farm’s 40 horses were made up mainly of the famous Suffolk Punch breed.

The barn was originally built as two single-storied, red-brick and pantiled 19th-century cow sheds but is now converted residential accommodation for those looking for a smaller countryside bolthole.

Feature panels of the building’s traditional flint and brick walling is retained and celebrated along with timber structure and exposed timber roof members to create an intimate and sensitive conversion of the heritage building.



Photography by Kristian Levan


Brome, Suffolk