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Devon barn

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We couldn't interest Kevin McCloud in our barn conversion, so we went one better, a blog. You can follow our progress as we turn what was the kitchen of a medieval grange in south Devon into a home for a family of four. I will attempt to answer any questions, so write away!

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hanging out and hung up on the line

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Scaffolding is gone inside and the floor is ready to be finished in the kitchen/diner. The housing for the water pump is on the left wall. Apologies for those expecting dramatic pix - see previous entry - this was best I could do between oiling doorstops and running around salvage yards yesterday.
15th Dec 2006, 10:18   comments (4)

new dawn fades

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Wayne nears the end of plastering. And it's a week until we move in.
15th Dec 2006, 10:17   comments (0)

i've seen this happen in other people's lives and now it's happening in mine

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Pete with the water supply tank. At last the battlefield out the back could return to being an oasis of greenery and beauty...
15th Dec 2006, 10:17   comments (0)

upsadaisy

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8th Dec 2006, 07:12   comments (0)

simon says

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Richard sprays the walls with water before applying the last of 10 - count 'em - coats of plaster. This place will be bomb-proof.
8th Dec 2006, 07:11   comments (0)

whoops

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Simon is hard at work in the bathroom - getting it ready for Will to work on the plumbing Apparently there were marks on the limestone floor. Nothing to do with me mate!
8th Dec 2006, 07:10   comments (0)

oopps

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first off

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First floor is down - it's engineered oak and looks pretty gorgeous. Hope it stays that way now that Matt the decorator is in..! The builders are still here and plastering downstairs. Nearly done on the ceiling, The decorators are upstairs wiping mould off the ceiling from the dampness - gallons of water from the screed and plastering.
4th Dec 2006, 08:51   comments (2)