Residents of Sealey Wood can enjoy priceless views
A HOME with priceless countryside views is the final property available at an exclusive development in the Cotswolds.
Nestled between a nut copse and an orchard, on the edge of Horsley, Sealey Wood enjoys an idyllic setting. The location of the Edenstone Homes development has undoubtedly played a significant part in the success of the homes, attracting locals and those moving into the neighbourhood.
All of the homes haven been constructed using Cotswold stone, in keeping with the surrounding area.
The final home available is a five-bedroom Woodchester, priced at £975,000.
Martin Taylor, managing director for Edenstone Homes, said: “It’s no surprise that London tops the list when it comes to properties valued at £1 million-plus; while the South West takes fourth place with almost 34,000 properties valued at £1 million or more, including some at Sealey Wood. In the capital, £1 million is likely to only cover the cost of an apartment, but in Horsley buyers could get more for their money.
“The final home at Sealey Wood is a generously proportioned, characterful property that exudes traditional charm with money can’t buy views. Designed with modern living in mind, it features a superb specification including Sigma 3 kitchen with fully integrated Neff appliances, contemporary white sanitary ware from Roca and premium ceramic wall tiling from Porcelanosa for the bathroom and en-suite.”
The final home available at Edenstone’s exclusive Sealey Wood development in Horsley
The inviting entrance hall makes a statement of the grandeur of the Woodchester, establishing a sense that you have arrived.
Features of the property include a dedicated dining room, plus drawing room with windows to three sides. There’s also an expansive open plan kitchen and breakfast room, which leads on to the family room and out to the patio.
As practical as it is stylish, the property also includes a utility and cloakroom.
Upstairs, the sumptuous master suite benefits from a dressing room and en-suite, with the bedroom itself covering the same footprint as the family room below. The second bedroom also has an en-suite, leaving the family bathroom to serve the remaining three bedrooms.
Horsley is a thriving village community, home to a school, village hall and community shop, amongst other facilities. Nearby Nailsworth has previously featured in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide, while the countryside that surrounds the homes, includes a nut copse and orchard adjoining the development.
It’s a great base for commuting to nearby Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Cirencester. Plus, with journey times to London Paddington via Kemble taking less than two hours, including driving to the station, it’s an ideal weekend retreat or base for weekly and long distance commuting.
For more information, call 07384 259 091.