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Prior to the Revolutionary War, the Anglican Church of England was the State Church of the Colonies. Every parish was required to collect tithes from its members and provide a 'Glebe' for its pastor. Each Glebe was a self-contained plantation similar to its neighbors. In the center of the Glebe, the people of the parish raised a house for the Pastor and his family, which was called the 'Glebe House.' Most Glebe houses have vanished, victims of neglect after the Revolutionary War. This Traditional American plan replicates a typical Glebe House.

In recent years, a number of these fine old homes have been restored. Our floor plan for this house, though conservative in space, is gracious in feeling. Addition of a full basement would give more space for storage, a game room, a party room or possibly a garage.