This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
ST74NW GREAT ELM CP
6/155 Glebe House
House, formerly a rectory. C17, early C19 alterations and additions. Random and coursed rubble, some brick quoins, stone tiled roofs and tile roof behind a parapet, 4 brick stacks. C17 "T"-plan house altered early C19 when a substantial wing added to left of frontage. 2-storeys and attic and 3-storeys to C17 and C19 portions respectively, 2:1:1 bays, that to right in a projecting wing under a gable; 12-pane sash windows of varying sizes with marginal lights to ground and first floor of left bay, paired with a wooden dividing mullion to ground floor of right bays small 6-light sash window to third floor openings, gabled casement dormer to attic; window opening to left 2-bays in brick reveals with segmental heads. Door opening in second bay, projecting flat roofed porch, 6-panelled door, transom light with decorative glazing bars over. Attached building to left, half hipped stone tile roof. 4-light casement to frontage, tall brick stack. Interior believed to have ribbed and vaulted plaster ceiling.
Listing NGR: ST7459449349
© Mr Robert O. Caudwell. Source: Historic England Archive
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Photographer: Caudwell, Robert O.
Rights Holder: Caudwell, Robert O.
Brick, Rubble, Stone, Tile, Tudor Vicarage, Elizabethan Domestic, Stuart Clergy House, Jacobean Clerical Dwelling, House, Dwelling, Monument <By Form>