The Limes

Guide price £700,000

the limes, station road, woodchester, stroud, gl5 5eq

set in 0.4 of an acre with mature gardens and elevated views. a detached 4/5 bedroom family home, with an independent home office.

The Property

Elevated in South Woodchester, enjoying views across to Amberley lies this detached home, set in 0.4 of an acre with mature gardens. The property enjoys family accommodation and excellent independent work space for anyone needing to work from home. The main entrance opens into a reception hall, from here stairs rise to the first floor and a door opens to the living space. A cloakroom is located off the hallway. A bright and airy sitting room with double aspect windows lies to the south east elevation and enjoys a wonderful outlook over the garden. A feature fireplace with a recently installed woodburner offers an attractive focal point. This in turn leads to the family kitchen/dining room. The dinning area similarly enjoys a pretty view and is warmed by a recently installed log burning stove. The kitchen affords a double aspect outlook, over the garden and to the view beyond. Fitted with a range of wall and base units, a large central Island with breakfast bar offers further storage. The kitchen is fitted with a double oven, gas hob, hot water tap, integral dishwasher and fridge freezer. A door from the dining area opens to a useful boot room with cleverly screened utility cupboard, this offers invaluable space for families and dog owners. Four bedrooms are positioned on the first floor. The main bedroom is served by an ensuite shower room with electric shower, this enjoys built in storage as well as a pull down cinema screen. The remaining three bedrooms are served by a well proportioned family bathroom with a bath and a separate shower cubicle with recently installed electric shower. Positioned below the main house with an independent entrance is a well equipped home office with integrated storage. Adjoining the office is study/guest bedroom with adjacent bathroom. Whilst forming the same council tax band as the house, the home office facility benefits from its own boiler.


Set in 0.4 of an acre, a gated gravel driveway offers parking for several vehicles. Power has been run to the gates but not connected. Gardens surround the house and offer great opportunity with room for children to play and space for the keen gardener. Laid to lawn, mature plants trees and shrubs are peppered throughout providing great interest and colour. A decked terrace with pergola offers the perfect spot for outside dining/entertaining, a mature Wisteria and Merlot grape vine, weaves across the the pergola. There are three vegetable beds, a large log store, shed, workshop and greenhouse. Apple, Cherry and plum trees further add to the gardens appeal. A delightful tree house with slide will appeal to those with young children. Views across the valley to Amberley can be enjoyed throughout the garden.

• Reception Hall & Cloakroom
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Utility/boot room
• Main bedroom with ensuite shower room
• 3/4 further bedrooms
• Family bathroom
• Independent home office with adjoining study/guest bedroom and bathroom
• Generous garden & gated driveway
• Total plot 0.4 of an acre

Guide price


Within east reach:
Nailsworth - 2.1 miles
Stroud - 2.3 miles
Kemble Railway Station - 13 miles
Cirencester - 13 miles
Gloucester - 13 miles
Cheltenham - 16 miles
Bath - 28 miles
Bristol - 30 miles


The property is elevated on the edge of South Woodchester. Woodchester is made up of two areas, North and South; there is a pub (The Royal Oak), a children’s play park, a post office and a community run shop, as well as Woodchester Primary school, rated Outstanding by Ofsted in Feb 2023. This is just a short delightful walk through the grounds of Woodchester House opposite the property. It is also home to the Woodchester Valley Vineyard. Nailsworth offers a choice of shops, and eateries, with more in Stroud including an award winning Farmers’ Market. Other local towns include Tetbury and Cirencester. Educational facilities within the area are excellent in both the private, public sector and the grammar schools including Stroud High and Marling School in Stroud. Bus routes to secondary schools run from the end of Station road. A nearby cycle track extending between Nailsworth and Stonehouse, provides an alternative route to the neighbouring centres of Stroud and Nailsworth. Access to the M5 motorway is via junction 13 at Eastington. Direct rail services to London Paddington (London) from Stroud


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL5 5EQ
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Stroud district council. Council Tax Band F and EPC rating E

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