Outstanding setting and views

Trillis has enormous charm. The original traditional period cottage has been extended over more recent years, very much in the Arts and Crafts style, to give a number of good-sized reception rooms, all of which take full advantage of the magnificent views in all directions. The layout of the rooms is such that the house can be used very flexibly and adapted to the owner’s personal needs and requirements. Trillis is not Listed. Planning permission was granted in 2016, ref. S.16/2151 (now lapsed) for alterations and extension to modify the layout, particularly on the first floor. Copies of the plans are available from Strutt & Parker.

This property has 23.87 acres of land.


The main entrance leads to a parking area to the side of the house. A further entrance has a track leading to a former barn, now open–sided and providing useful storage space with potential for stabling.

Trillis Cottage lies below the main house and comprises a detached 2-bedroom house, again with wonderful views.

Surrounding the house and cottage are undulating paddocks and fields, running down to the former Thames and Severn Canal. There are areas of mature woodland.


Trillis is situated just outside the small village of Far Oakridge, amidst dramatic Cotswold countryside, in the heart of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Nearby Oakridge Lynch has a village school and a popular pub, the Butchers Arms. The Bell at Sapperton is also well-regarded. Cirencester (about 8 miles) has an excellent range of both everyday and specialist shops and services. Stroud, with its famous Farmers Market, is about 7 miles and other local towns include Tetbury and Nailsworth.

Cheltenham is the main regional centre, with first class shopping facilities, and various cultural amenities including a theatre and literary festival. The main other regional centres include Bath, Bristol, Swindon and Gloucester. The A419 dual carriageway at Cirencester provides excellent access to Junction 15 of the M4 at Swindon. Direct rail services to London Paddington from Kemble Station (8 miles), scheduled to take from 75 minutes.

A good range of state, grammar and private schools within daily driving distance. The latter include Beaudesert Park, Westonbirt and the Cheltenham Colleges. Recreational opportunities include many equestrian events and various golf courses. The surrounding countryside has many excellent walks and rides. Neighbouring Siccaridge Wood is a nature reserve managed


From Cirencester take the A419 west for Stroud. After about 3 miles fork right for Sapperton and Edgeworth. Ignore the right hand turnings into Sapperton and drop down the hill. Opposite the Daneway Inn fork left for Waterlane and Bisley. Go up the hill and through the woods. After about half a mile turn left for Far Oakridge. As you enter the village after about a mile, take the left hand fork signed to Iles Green. Ignore the right hand turning back up into the village and continue southwards towards the valley, keeping left by a small right hand turning. Trillis will be found on the left – turn in left through a five-bar gate and park at the rear of the house.

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Other features

  • Outstanding views
  • 3 Reception rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bath/shower rooms
  • Main house Approx. 2,842 Sq Ft
  • 2 Bedroom detached cottage Approx. 785 Sq Ft
  • Circa 23.87 acres

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Ref: CRN170061

Far Oakridge, Stroud Gloucestershire GL6

Guide Price

Ref: CRN170061

Far Oakridge, Stroud Gloucestershire GL6

Guide Price