From shed to office

The coronavirus made us realise our home was too small for the family to be working out of; thankfully we had a shed in the back garden we managed to finish renovating for that purpose. And it yielded a tidy profit too. 

Our house is a 1950s small three bedroomed former land commission cottage, which we bought in 2005. It came with an old milking shed at the back. Built of mass concrete with hay loft windows each side, the shed was originally divided into a barn and a byre topped with a rusty, leaky apex tin roof.  

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Written by Myles McCAnn

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