The Granary occupies a generous sized plot on the crest of Glebe Farm, with stunning far-reaching views over the Trent Valley. This unique property stands impressively as a substantial family home, with a large driveway, separate garage and coach house block, and lovely private rear garden.
A location such as Glebe Farm deserves to be developed with the greatest of respect, which is exactly what the owners have done here.
Working in partnership with an award-winning team, including experienced developers BMA Homes, who have a range of exclusive developments to their name; together with award-winning architects, Guy Taylor Associates who have been instrumental in creating beautiful and thought-provoking homes. Practice Principal Keith Rodgers, assigned to design these amazing, bespoke dwellings, has personally scrutinised every aspect of the design together with the developers.
As such, 14 totally individual residences will proudly take their place within this stunning location. Each home will have, not only its own visual identity, but very much its own personality, waiting to be brought to life by the new owners.
At every stage, each property has been designed with their new owners needs in mind. Outstanding care and attention to every detail has been given to the creation of homes that offer flexible, and spacious accommodation. The gardens and outside space on each individual plot, take full advantage of the elevated position, that Glebe Farm enjoys, offering far reaching views that span the Trent Valley and beyond.
Cloakroom / WC
Open Plan Kitchen / Family Room
Office / Playroom
First Floor Landing
Whilst every care has been taken to prepare the property particulars, they are for guidance purposes only and do not constitute any part of a contract. The measurements are approximate and are for general guidance purposes only. Whilst we try to ensure their accuracy, they should not be relied upon as exact measurements and potential interested parties are advised to re-check the measurements for accuracy.
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