A detached four bedroom former threshing barn in need of updating and with scope to create a substantial family home, situated within generous grounds on the edge of this rural village, with countryside views.
In all 0.44 acres.
Glebe House was originally a three-bay threshing barn, believed to date back to the late 18th century. It was converted to a residential dwelling in 1967. The current owner has made some alterations to the property, including creating a vaulted hall with galleried landing and uncovering a substantial stone arch. Further improvements include a modern bathroom, the use of cottage style oak doors on the first floor and pine flooring to the landing. These changes hint at the potential within the property and there is an obvious opportunity to update and extend Glebe House in a sympathetic manner. The front section of the hall is formed from the threshing porch and would look magnificent if fully glazed, and the ground floor could be remodelled to create the larger living spaces that are so sought after. There is ample space within the loft to create further bedrooms and scope to extend the property, subject to planning permission. The property is not listed.