Glebe House is a detached period property constructed of stone under a tiled roof situated in an idyllic rural position between the two villages of Minety and Upper Minety. The property and its grounds are steeped in history; the house itself is believed to originate from the 16th Century and was originally two cottages. Over the years the house has undergone sympathetic additions, but still retains many of its original features such as exposed beams, elm floorboards, stonework and fireplaces, including a fire place in the sitting room, where the quoins are believed to have come from Malmesbury Abbey.
The accommodation is presented to a very high standard throughout and includes a stone porch which leads into the formal dining hall, which has high ceilings with exposed beams and a feature fire place. The dining hall leads into the sitting room, which boasts an original stone fireplace with multi-fuel burner inset and three windows allowing plenty of light into the room. To the rear of the sitting room is a door into the large conservatory which provides a very pleasant outlook across the rear garden and adjoining countryside. Also on the ground floor is a snug/TV room which has a working multi-fuel burner, this room opens into the dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room, which is beautifully fitted with traditional style wall and base units and granite work surfaces. The kitchen is well equipped with an Aga, separate cooker and two sinks and there is plenty of room in the centre for a good sized dining table. To the rear of the kitchen is a second entrance porch which leads into a large utility room.
At first floor level there are four excellent sized double bedrooms, one of which has a double built in wardrobe and there is also a contemporary and spacious four piece family bathroom. The large master bedroom is a real feature of the property, being triple aspect with a modern en suite shower room.
With the necessary planning consent and some reconfiguration, there is further scope to alter the property and produce a further bedroom in the loft space, of which is accessible from the guest bedroom via a trap door and pull down ladder. This is a vast space with excellent ceiling height and velux windows and would make for a fantastic teenager’s bedroom, children’s playroom or home office.