Attractive five bedroom house set in just under an acre with extensive garaging.
Glebe House is an attractive five bedroom property laid out over two floors and set in pretty grounds. The property offers flexible living accommodation with a good range of outbuildings that would suit conversion to a self contained annexe subject to the necessary planning consents.
In more detail the entrance hall has an arched topped window, there is a shower room to the left and the hall way leads through to the utility room which has an external door to the courtyard. There is a double aspect kitchen breakfast room set into bay window with a good range of fitted wall and base units including an Aga and a pantry. The sitting room has a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and stripped wood floors. There are double doors opening on to courtyard and a log burner set into a brick fireplace. A door leads through to the study/garden room which has double doors overlooking and opening on to the garden. Finally, on the ground floor there is a 21' double aspect bedroom with stripped wood floors and double doors opening on to the garden.
The first floor has four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the property is approached via a gated gravel driveway flanked by lawns and mature flower beds. There is hard standing for several vehicles and access to the extensive garaging. There are two detached four car garages/workshops (eight cars in total) and an integral single garage. The property enjoys a block paved courtyard garden with water feature and access to the barn/store. The gardens and grounds extend to about 0.7 of an acre and are mostly laid to lawn with established trees and hedges and back onto open fields.
Photography June 2019. Drone exterior shot taken late 206.
Services Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
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This lovely house has really private gardens and the house itself it set around a cobbled courtyard with outbuildings that could easily be incorporated into the property if further accommodation was required (subject to the necessary planning consents) which I think would suit a multi generation familyRoo Fisher