Tel: 01453 836736
£1,450,000 Sold STC
A beautifully appointed four bedroom detached home with large kitchen/breakfast room with separate utility, open plan family room, dining room, drawing room, master bedroom suite and detached double garage.
Nestled among the rolling hills of the Cotswolds lies Sealey Wood, a unique development of 16 beautiful homes in the picturesque village of Horsley, Gloucestershire. Designed to celebrate everything that defines the Cotswolds, from the honey-hued stone buildings to the verdant hills, Sealey Wood is a stunning landmark development that offers you an unmissable opportunity to enjoy the very best in rural Cotswold living with a taste of modern luxury.
Individually designed and beautifully crafted, each property sits within a generous plot. Exterior elevational treatments take inspiration from the traditional Cotswolds home, built using classic Cotswold stone, while elegant interiors combine the traditional and modern with features that reflect today's contemporary lifestyle. Stylish,high specification Sigma 3 kitchens complete with NEFF ranges make the kitchen the heart of the home, while stunning modern bathrooms, a luxury master bedroom suite, and well-proportioned rooms throughout ensure every detail of these homes has been considered.
Step outside and all homes have a beautiful aspect as well as generous gardens. Sympathetic landscaping befits the idyllic setting, while breathtaking panoramic views offer an incredible vista, leading your eye down the valley to the woodland beyond - yours to enjoy day-to-night, month-to- month, as the seasons change.
Horsley is a small rural village on the outskirts of Nailsworth. It offers The Hog, a fine traditional public house, a highly regarded village school and a community shop. Horsley is close to the A46 road connection to the M4 and South Cotswolds.
Approximately two miles away is the bustling market town of Nailsworth. A growing historic market town, it has become increasingly popular in recent years. Famous as the location for the highly regarded 'Williams Kitchen' delicatessen as well as offering free parking, the town also features a wide range of shops from well-known high street names to cafes and unique independent shops such as Fandango The local centre for the arts with its annual arts festival, the town is well known for its fine restaurants and friendly local pubs. Nestled in a wooded valley, the surrounding flat topped rolling hills offer boundless country walks.
Local amenities include highly regarded private and public sector schools, banks, Post Office, doctors, dentists, golf courses, riding stables, gliding and polo clubs and a public library. Nailsworth has convenient road links to all main cities, towns and rail links in the area including Stroud's mainline train station that is approximately 5 miles away and offers an 80 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington. Less than 7 miles away is the larger market town of Tetbury well known for its antique shops and hotels plus its close proximity to the royal estates of Highgrove and Gatcombe Park as well as the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum.