Dating from 1630-40, this magnificent Grade II* listed farmhouse is built from ashlar stone under a Collyweston slate roof and has distinctive Ogee shaped stone gables. It is located in the heart of the village set back from the High Street and is surrounded by landscaped grounds of approximately 1.55 acres. The classically proportioned accommodation radiates off a large reception hall from which a feature oak staircase leads up to the first floor. Period features abound, including stone mullion windows, open fireplaces and exposed stonework. In addition to the main house there is an extensive range of outbuildings including the original stables, open fronted cart sheds, former Malt House, a garage and stores. The mature gardens (with small paddocks) extend to approximately 1.55 acres.
Mature yew hedging surrounds a good-sized front garden which is laid to lawn. A gate side access leads to a gravel forecourt in front of the stables and open fronted cart sheds. From here a metal five bar gate provides access to hard standing in front of the two modern farm buildings, one of which is fitted out with stables. The rear garden is attractively set out around formal lawns interspersed with clipped yews. The gardens in total extend to 1.55 acres and are enclosed by a stone wall. Adjacent to the house is a detached Malt House with open storage over 2 floors.
Glinton is a picturesque village that is situated approximately 5½ miles north of Peterborough and some 11 miles east of Stamford. Glinton has a wide range of amenities, including a small shop/post office, primary school, Doctors' surgery, public house, church, nursery and Arthur Mellows College with Academy status. Peterborough offers a wider range of recreational, educational and shopping facilities together with a high speed rail link to London King's Cross with a publicised journey time of approximately 50 minutes.