Located in the heart of the Green Belt in the Langridge valley, Court Farm comprises a Grade II* listed mediaeval manor house and former threshing barn. After close discussions with the local conservation officer, a masterplan proposal was prepared to include for the repair and refurbishment of both historic buildings. Works to the C15th house included the removal of poor utilitarian additions, roofing repairs and the unblocking of historic doorways to relink the tower structure to the rest of the house. At ground floor this provided a new utility and shower room, whilst at first floor a new ante room was created into the ‘court room’ that continues to be used for local community events. To reinforce the importance of this room, a new window in the west elevation was created.