Gloucestershire comprises part of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, part of the flat fertile valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean. Many of our clients buy property here so that they might enjoy this slice of beautiful British countryside.
The types of property in Gloucestershire range from grand Georgian houses to stunning Cotswold farmhouses, Victorian homes and impressive modern properties.
There are many desirable places to buy property in Gloucestershire. Whether you’re looking for a place to call home and perhaps commute to nearby Bristol or Birmingham, or a second home as a country retreat, this county has much to offer.
A Property Finder in Gloucestershire can uncover unique and exclusive opportunities.
Gloucestershire Buying Agent
Clients seeking in property in Gloucestershire can find a local fountain of knowledge in Nick King.
Nick has many years’ experience as a property finder and relocation specialist, taking time to understand a client’s brief before searching for a suitable property. Nick is diligent when previewing, considering each property thoroughly before proposing a client should visit themselves.
Operating in an area such as Gloucestershire means leaving no stone unturned in the hunt for the ideal property – many country homes are hidden from view and rarely advertised on the open market. If you’re planning a move and looking for a property in Gloucestershire Nick could be a huge help.
A Gloucestershire Buying Agent can unlock access to exclusive off market opportunities
If you would like to discuss your search for property in Gloucestershire without obligation, please do get in touch.
Cotswolds Property Search Agent
A large portion of The Cotswolds spans across Gloucestershire, most period properties here are built with the golden or honey coloured Cotswold stone. Many buildings are listed, this is something to be aware of when purchasing in The Cotswolds as you might not be able to make any changes to the property depending on the listing type.
Cirencester is a central hub in the Cotswolds, the town has a good mix of larger chain shops and small independents, as well as hosting several markets through the week at The Market Place.
The town is often busy with visitors, and during term time, students studying at the nearby Royal Agricultural University. Cirencester has many attractions including a polo club, Cirencester Park and golf at Cirencester Golf Club.
Nearby, the train station in the village of Kemble offers a direct train journey into London Paddington in 1 hour 15 minutes. Although it is a small unassuming village, Kemble also has a private airfield. Kemble and the surrounding villages are popular places to live for those who require good transport connections.
A short drive from Cirencester is the town of Tetbury, as with many Cotswolds towns, picturesque Tetbury has been very well preserved and retains much of its original character.
Finding a property in the centre of town can be difficult as the most desirable places rarely come to the market. Tetbury has a wide range of independent shops including Highgrove shop. The private residence of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, Highgrove House and Gardens is just outside of Tetbury centre.
If you’re looking for a property to buy in Cheltenham, the Cotswolds or wider Gloucestershire, our local experts would be delighted to assist.
Many move to Cheltenham drawn in by the wide, tree-lined avenues, good schools and green surrounds. Cheltenham is a regency spa town on the edge of The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Regency architecture can be found throughout the town with large townhouses and stunning garden squares.
Imperial Square, in the centre of town, is one of Cheltenham’s most sought after garden squares. Cheltenham has a busy town centre with boutique shops, pubs, bars, bistros and Michelin starred restaurants. On the outskirts is the renowned racecourse, location of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Cheltenham is popular with families who are attracted by the prestigious schooling options including Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close and Pates Grammar.
West of Cheltenham is Gloucestershire’s county town, the cathedral city of Gloucester, perhaps more affordable than nearby Cheltenham. Gloucester has excellent transport connections with trains reaching Birmingham and Bristol within an hour and London Paddington in under two hours.
The regency buildings around the Cathedral are some of the most favoured places to live in Gloucester centre. Alternatively, the villages surrounding Gloucester, such as Upton St Leonards and Minsterworth, offer more green surroundings and larger country homes with private land.
In north Gloucestershire is the pretty, well preserved town of Tewkesbury. Most of the town’s buildings are listed meaning they cannot be redeveloped ensuring Tewkesbury holds onto its historical charm. Properties here can often be hard to come by as those who move here rarely choose to leave.
Commuting to Bristol
There are many areas in South Gloucestershire that are ideal for commuting to Bristol.
The southern area of Gloucestershire is popular with those who commute into Bristol or Bath by car. Just a few miles along the M5 motorway from the Bristol junction, the likes of Dursley, Uley and Cam are ideal, on the tip of the Cotswolds, these areas are surrounded by the rolling hills and beautiful countryside.
Dursley is a market town and has many amenities some of which have been improved and redeveloped in recent years such as the local swimming pool, The Pulse, which also has a gym and fitness studio and Dursley Library.
The high street is filled with independent shops and there are several excellent restaurants and pubs.
Dursley is well placed for those travelling to Bristol, Bath or Birmingham. There has been significant development in Dursley over the past 10 years meaning the property offering is a mixture of older period properties and newer houses and flats.