Cheltenham Buying Agent

Cheltenham Buying Agent

A Cheltenham buying agent can help you find the ideal property in a location suited to your lifestyle requirements.

Known for its spa heritage, Cheltenham blends cultural richness with Regency elegance. Situated near areas of natural beauty and benefiting from efficient transportation connections, Cheltenham offers an ideal balance of leisure and activity.

From Regency townhouses to sprawling detached homes set within their own grounds there is a broad mix of properties available in the area.

Cheltenham Buying Agent

Property finder and Cotswold resident, Alexandra Watkins conducts searches on behalf of clients looking for a property in Cheltenham.

Having sourced exceptional properties for clients over her many years working in the property industry Alexandra is well placed to assist clients seeking their next home, investment, or development opportunity in Gloucestershire.

If you’d like to learn more about our property finding services and how we could help you find the perfect property please contact us for a no-obligation discussion.

Cheltenham Buying Agent, Alexandra Watkins

Guidance from a local expert

If you would like to discuss your search for property in Cheltenham without obligation, please do get in touch.

Cheltenham Buying Agent

Where to live in Cheltenham

Cheltenham is well known for its Regency townhouses, you can find fine examples of this type of property throughout the town centre, particularly on The Promenade, Lansdown, Montpellier, and Pittville. There are also several garden squares in Cheltenham, one of the most sought-after being Imperial Square.

Many of the properties in Cheltenham are listed, being of architectural interest, such as properties on Lypiatt Terrace in the Montpelier area which is an early Victorian ‘Italianate’ terrace.

The suburbs such as Charlton Kings are filled with large detached properties. Homes on Leckhampton Hill often boast impressive views across the Severn Vale looking towards the Black Mountains and Malvern Hills.

Cheltenham commute

There are regular direct trains from Cheltenham Spa to Bristol which take around half an hour.

Direct trains to London Paddington take around 2 hours and 20 minutes.

By car, Cheltenham is located just off the M5 motorway providing easy access to Birmingham to the north and Bristol to the south.

If you’re considering a move to Cheltenham or the surrounding area, our local property experts would be delighted to assist with your search, for a no-obligation discussion regarding our services please contact us.

Cheltenham Buying Agent

Schools in Cheltenham

Cheltenham has many excellent schooling options, there are a number of prestigious establishments including Cheltenham College, Dean Close, Cheltenham Ladies College, and Pates Grammar School.

Alongside the independent and grammar schools Cheltenham has some highly rated state-run schools such as the Balcarras Academy which is located in the Charlton Kings area. The town also has several good primary schools such as the Holy Apostles C of E Primary School.

Cheltenham Buying Agent

Living in Cheltenham

Cheltenham is known to be one of the most complete Regency towns in the UK having retained many of the historical features. The town centre has many shops and most of the large chain stores are present. The Montpellier area is filled with independent shops and eateries.

There are many places to eat in Cheltenham including Michelin starred restaurants and popular pubs and bars. Cheltenham is also well known for its racing, being the home of the Cheltenham Gold Cup which draws many to the town each year.

On the fringes of the Cotswolds, residents of Cheltenham are able to easily enjoy the beautiful countryside which is on their doorstep. Outdoor activities nearby include shooting at Ian Coley’s clay pigeon ground and golf at the Cotswold Hills Golf Club.

Where to live near Cheltenham

Located on the edge of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is surrounded by beautiful Cotswold villages.

Shipton Oliffe is one such village, east of Cheltenham, it is located on a high point in the Cotswolds and is surrounded by rolling countryside.

The village has easy access to the A40 main road which allows a good route to Oxford in one direction and the M5 motorway in the other.

Where to live near Cheltenham
Where to live near Cheltenham, Winchcombe

Nearby to Shipton Oliffee the village of Andoversford is also a popular place to live which has a well-regarded primary school and The Royal Oak Inn.

Northeast of Cheltenham, hidden in the Cotswolds Hills is the Anglo-Saxon market town Winchcombe. Another popular place to reside, the town is known for its pretty Cotswold stone cottages, quaint tea shops, and excellent local amenities.

The local shops in Winchcombe include a butcher, baker, and greengrocer along with an antique dealer and a new supermarket. The town also has a primary school, secondary school, and parish church.

A buyers advantage

Our local team can assist with sourcing and acquiring your next home, for more information regarding our services please do get in touch.

Cheltenham Property Finder

There are many desirable places to live in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, and across the Cotswolds. Our team has extensive experience sourcing and acquiring properties on behalf of private clients and would be delighted to assist with your search.

Whether you’re seeking your main residence, a country retreat, a rental investment, or even a development opportunity, our search consultants have the knowledge and ability to source suitable properties.

If you’d like to learn more about our services please, get in touch for a no-obligation preliminary discussion.

Cheltenham Property Finder