Bewick Folly Steading is an excellent example of the craftsmanship that was invested in agricultural buildings in the Victorian era. The buildings are constructed of high quality sandstone with welsh slate roofs and the conversion has been sympathetically managed at a high specification. The result is a stunning combination of original features and modern comfort such as underfloor heating and double-glazed windows. Highlights of the development included a vaulted dining room in the Mill, retaining a double-height archway and featuring a mezzanine floor. The original mill wheel has been retained for posterity. All of the homes have wood burning stoves, solid oak doors and the purchasers chose from a variety of high quality kitchen and bathroom finishes.