No not at all. There is a house to it's right and behind it is another place with its own entrance to the left that sweeps behind this house (it was a farmhouse). Issues have been access as this doesn't currently have a drive, English heritage have become involved. It is not listed, not all is original, but has been there since the early 1800's and as it is the entrance to the village anything drastically different wouldn't be right (according to the parish council and EH) however the house to the right was built early 1900's, mine in 1777, my other neighbour recently pulled down a bungalow and built a huge modern house. Across the road is another rebuilt modern ish house, so nothing makes much sense. The house does not have any foundations, and is not really liveable. It would seem they would rather have a wreck than a more modern looking dwelling, set back a bit further and a bigger footprint and a new drive in and a drive out driveway. They have also cited concerns that we are in the greenbelt. There's already a house there FFS!