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Digital Archive - Sale Particulars: Glibes Farmhouse and land

Place name:

Michaelchurch Escley




Sale particulars for Glibes Farmhouse were issued by the agent, Sunderlands



The overall description given in the particulars is as follows:


The farmhouse and land are in a secluded rural setting in the parish of Michaelcurch Escley enjoying views towards the Cat’s Back and the Olchon Valley. Glibes Farmhouse is described in the English Heritage official list entry as ‘The building and attachments form an exceptionally good example of an early farmhouse which has barely changed for over a century.’ It is in a very poor state of repair and requires significant capital before it can be inhabited. The property in total is about 68.7 acres of sloping grassland and mixed broadleaf woodland with exceptional views towards the Black Mountains. The property is offered for sale in three separate Lots.


Lot 1: Glibes Farmhouse & Barn - A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II* Listed traditional farmhouse and barn in a most rural landscape together with the opportunity to acquire additional land.

Lot 2: 64.18 Acres Of Mostly Grassland - The land extends to about 64.18 acres (25.97 hectares) consisting of good-sized enclosures with about 44.45 acres in grassland and about 19.73 acres of ancient and semi-natural woodland. The land is of sloping topography with a generally southerly aspect and is within a designated Severely Disadvantaged Area. There are natural watercourses with the Escley Brook forming the southern boundary with the Christopher Cadbury Nature Reserve owned by the Herefordshire Wildlife Trust on the other side of the brook.

Lot 3: Pasture Land extending to 1.73 acres.


Full particulars including detailed descriptions of the accommodation, a selection of photographs and the floor plans can be downloaded here in PDF file format.




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