These Grade II listed range of barns located at Lower Greenway Farm. They are a very fine example of a typical Victorian ‘model farm’, including a full quadrangle of buildings constructed between 1852 and 1865.

The farm barns are set around a central yard, with two entrances on the west side. The main two storey south range is believed to have been built first with its ridgeline set higher than the north and east ranges built later.

The programme of works was to renew and repairing the roofs to the barn ranges. This works included careful repairs to the historic scissor trusses, the removal and replacement of defective lead work, repairs to Victorian rooflight/s & roof vents, replacing damaged and defective slates and a very large chimney repairs.