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.
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.
WHERE THE BEST OF TOWN AND COUNTRY MEET
Boasting a central location in the Cotswolds, Horsley is on the edge of many vibrant market towns, with proximity to places such as Nailsworth and Stroud. As a thriving, rural community, Horsley village itself is served by a host of local amenities, including a primary school, historic church, village hall, community shop, and a family-run gastro pub – The Hog – it really is the classic Cotswold village, surrounded by stunning countryside and sleepy hamlets.
Listed by The Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in Britain*, Nailsworth is less than 2 miles away and boasts a wide variety of independent shops, supermarkets and eateries, such William’s Food Hall & Oyster Bar, a multi-award winning delicatessen and restaurant in the heart of Nailsworth.
Horsley also gives you easy access to explore the southern Cotswolds, as well as towns and cities of interest, such as beautiful Bath and Bristol to the south; regency Cheltenham to the north; and Cirencester to the east. Known as the Capital of the Cotswolds, Cirencester has a creative spirit reflected in its abundance of independent shops, fine dining restaurants and colourful cafés. Plus, during the summer months, you can enjoy world-famous festivals at Badminton and Gatcombe, as well as the thrill of a polo match at Cirencester Polo Club.
If you need to travel further afield, transport links are excellent too. Kemble station is just a 25-minute drive away and offers a direct line into London Paddington, so you can be in the capital within 90 minutes.
A home at Sealey Wood is the Cotswold dream, reimagined for today’s modern lifestyle.