Take a look inside Glebe House - on sale for £1m

Glebe House

Glebe House - Credit: Archant

A truly rare opportunity to acquire perhaps one of the most imposing country houses in Norfolk, Glebe House is on sale for £1m.

Glebe House is a fine example of early 18th Century architecture with later additions and ranked as a Grade II Listed house in a superb setting with a walled courtyard and extensive southerly facing formal gardens and grounds of around seven acres {subject to survey).

The house has undergone considerable improvement over recent years with opportunities for additional alterations if required to create one's own 'grand design' on this well proportioned Norfolk home with almost 7,000 sq. ft. of living space.

The well planned accommodation offers master and guest bedroom suites, four additional bedrooms and three further bathrooms. There is a single storey two bedroom annexe and a large coach house which has been converted to offer a gym and leisure area.

Outside the formal gardens and grounds extend to almost seven acre (subject to measured survey). Much of the roadside area is well screened and secured by a substantial high brick wall with two principal access points one with impressive wrought iron gates leading along a gravelled tree lined driveway and the other through wrought iron gates immediately to the west of the main house leading into the courtyard.


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In addition there is a large area of post and rail paddocks with field shelter plus a detached workshop and natual pond.

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• The property is being offered with an asking price of offers in the region of £1,000,000 through Mullenger Estate Agents, Watton 01953 883474

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