Pembury Road, Gloucester
£425,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A hidden gem for those pursuing a unique and well proportioned home with an enviable private garden. With high skirting, character plaster work, stripped parquet flooring and featured tiled fireplaces throughout Woodville is both generous and flexible in space, ideal for modern day living whilst offering the charm of a period property. With the addition to extend and adjust to your own requirements with approved planning consent this property must be considered by those seeking an attractive family home.

  • A detached Edwardian property with character throughout
  • Immaculately presented gardens touching a fifth of an acre
  • Enviable living accommodation throughout
  • Ideal space for those requiring accommodation to work from home
  • Four double bedrooms with ensuite to master
  • Planning permission granted for a detached double garage


Dating back to 1913 this Edwardian colonial inspired property is framed by its canopied veranda and charming front gardens. Approached via tarmac gravelled driveway providing ample off-road parking, offering flexibility for a detached double garage, continues to the rear with access located either side of the property.
Oozing character from the first step inside, original stripped parquet floor leads throughout the generous entrance hall leading through to the various ground floor accommodation. The first reception, currently being used as the living room, continues to boast original features throughout including ornamental plasterwork, picture rails and unique corner bay window before being completed with the charming tiled framed feature fireplace with gas flame fire. Currently used as a studio the second reception offers flexibility to potential purchasers to be utilised as a reception or generous space for those requiring space to work from home. With a variety of well-appointed kitchen units, alongside five hob gas range and integral dishwasher this generous kitchen dining area is ideal for entertaining with character wood burner, whilst remaining suitable for families offering generous natural light with large south facing aspect windows within the dining family area. A flexible space for life to include pets and further storage space the laundry room provides plumbing for an automatic washing machine, ventilation for a tumble dryer alongside space for additional appliances. The living accommodation is completed with a ground floor cloak room located at the rear of the property.
The first of the four double bedrooms is located on the ground floor, enviable in size the space provides ample dressing area with feature tiled fireplace and picture rails alongside ensuite double shower room with a continuation of the character parquet flooring. The first floor provides a further three double bedrooms, each being light and airy throughout, alongside family bathroom with wash hand basin, low level w.c, and panelled bath with direct feed shower over and additional separate w.c.


Immaculately presented, the south facing rear garden is private throughout and well-spaced from neighbouring properties. Offering various fruit trees to include plum, pear, apple and cherry alongside soft fruit trees and raised vegetable beds to the rear the garden is already prepared for those to enjoy the good life alongside space for chickens or such like. Charming gable end greenhouse offers additional potting space alongside further hard landscaped space to side of the property. With various seating areas the garden provides a tranquil haven yet can be readjusted to suit various requirements. Already offering various flexible accommodation throughout, Woodville also provides potential purchasers with valid planning permission for both a rear extension and detached garage.


The sizeable plot is well positioned providing generous space between the neighbouring properties situated off Stroud Road at the base of Robinswood Hill. The sought after location is ideal for working professionals and those looking for a quieter paced lifestyle, having various transport links to both Cheltenham and Bristol in addition to a direct link to London Paddington from the Gloucester train station. A short distance away is the newly developed Gloucester Quays, where a range of retail outlets can be found alongside restaurants, bars and cinema whilst the city centre is home to the historic Cathedral and various listed buildings alongside the premiership Kingsholm rugby ground. Robinswood Hill Country Park is half a mile from the property and open countryside is a mile away.

Local Authority, Services & Tenure

Gloucester City Council - Tax Band D
Mains water, drainage, gas and electric.

Energy Performance Rating

The current energy performance rating is D68 with the potential of C78.