333 Sold Properties Found

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  • £895,000

    Twigworth Views is a luxury 3934 sq ft contemporary detached home finished to the highest standard with breath taking views located just six miles from Cheltenham and three miles from Gloucester. Set behind electric gates, it features a stunning open plan kitc...

  • £850,000

    Planning Permission has been Granted for Two 5 Double Bedroom Detached Contemporary Family Houses with Garden and Garaging. Plots are located on Evesham Road, it provides easy access in to Cheltenham Town Centre, local shops and restaurants. Walking distance ...

  • £800,000

    Large family home located on Kidnappers Lane in Leckhampton which offers easy access to Cheltenham, Gloucester, the A417 and M5. The property over looks open fields to the front. Accommodation comprises of four to five bedrooms with a stunning ensuite, walk in...

  • £725,000

    An opportunity to create your dream home in this classic regency terraced house in the heart of Montpellier with the added advantage of a self contained two bedroom apartment below.

  • £725,000

    An executive detached home on this gated development measuring in excess of 2300 square foot. Having just been redecorated throughout, and with a secluded garden leading down to the brook, a double garage, three reception rooms and a conservatory, this is one ...

  • £675,000

    Situated in the ever popular Prestbury location is this attractive newly built four-bedroom detached family home, boasting a wealth of stylish and contemporary features. This high specification property comprises of an Entrance Hall which leads to the Living R...

  • £650,000

    Situated in the ever popular Prestbury location is this attractive newly built four-bedroom detached family home, boasting a wealth of stylish and contemporary features. This high specification property comprises of an Entrance Hall which leads to the Living R...

  • £644,450

    A spacious five bedroom detached family home in the popular location of Pittville. The property comprises of entrance porch, entrance hall, living room / diner with open fireplace, kitchen / breakfast room leading to utility room, walk in pantry and downstairs...

  • £625,000

    A newly built four bedroom detached home located in Churchdown Village within walking distance to Chosen Hill School and local amenities.

  • £570,000

    A beautifully presented four bedroom detached family home located in a quiet cul de sac in Prestbury. The ground floor of this property comprises of an entrance hall, lounge, dining room, stunning refitted kitchen with integrated appliances, study, conservato...

  • £565,000

    A nine bedroom former rectory set in large grounds and requiring some modernisation. The property provides pleasant countryside views as well as development potential to the side.

Buying a Property in Cheltenham

Lots of people imagine that a move out of a big city means a life of quiet contemplation in semi-obscurity; it’s something that you might do after you retire, or if you’ve just found London life too much to handle.

It can also feel like an either/or choice. By moving to a smaller city or town you might feel that you’re moving away from the bright lights and the cultural opportunities that big cities offer you. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be that way, especially if you’re buying a home in Cheltenham.

The best of both worlds

Cheltenham really does give you the best of both worlds. It’s an impressive spa town settled on the edge of the Cotswolds in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), but you’re still connected to the rest of the UK.

The town has some very good transport links. You’re only a couple of hours away from London by train, just 45 minutes from Birmingham, or 40 minutes from Bristol. There is a reliable bus service to Oxford, as well as good road and motorway links to the rest of the south west and to Wales.

Great architecture

Cheltenham claims to be the UK’s most complete Regency town and it certainly does boast some stunning crescents lined with classic Georgian townhouses. There are properties to suit all budgets, though, with the average price for a three-bedroomed semi-detached house being £440,000 and flats coming in at an average of £257,000.

If you’re after one of the more premium properties in Cheltenham, however, then you’ll still be pleasantly surprised, with most of the prime picks staying under the £1,000,000 mark. Cheltenham is noticeably cheaper than Bath, even when it comes to listed properties. All you need is a keen eye and an even keener estate agent on your side!

Moving to Cheltenham for work

For a relatively small town, Cheltenham certainly punches above its weight on the employment front. There’s the Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ, or, as it’s known to its friends – “The Doughnut”. More than 5,500 people work in The Doughnut, with more joining each year. Then there’s pump and steam engineering company Spirax Sarco, bathroom specialists Kohler Mira and GE Aviation Systems. Of course, with the town’s handy transport links, you could work in Bristol, Birmingham, Oxford or even London.

A good place to grow up

If you’re buying a house in Cheltenham because you have a growing family, then your children can consider themselves lucky. There’s lots of parks and open spaces in the town for them to go wild, as well as plenty of villages around the town for you to go on long walks.

When it’s time for school Cheltenham doesn’t disappoint, either. Most of the town’s primary and secondary schools have received good or outstanding Ofsted ratings in recent years and there are also some excellent secondary schools. If you’re looking for a home in a good school catchment area, then an estate agent with in-depth local knowledge can point you to the right postcodes.

The town is home to Cheltenham Ladies’ College. This all-girls school ranked as seventh in the world for its International Baccalaureate results in 2019. Not bad for a small Cotswold town!

Fun and games

The other things that put Cheltenham on the map include the annual Cheltenham Festival, the four-day racing event that ends with the Cheltenham Gold Cup steeplechase. This event happens in March each year and attracts thousands of racing fans from all over the world.

If music is more your style, then hold on until May for the Cheltenham Jazz Festival, which is followed in June by the Science Festival. There’s lots of other music and literary events and gathering throughout the rest of the year; together with the many bars, restaurants, cafes and galleries, there’s a lot to keep you happy once you’ve unpacked your last boxes.

Elliot Oliver can offer you a warm welcome to Cheltenham

Your first port-of-call when you’re moving to a new town is an estate agent. Here at Elliot Oliver we have more than three decades of property experience and we know Cheltenham inside out. All of our clients are unique and have their own specific needs, aims, likes and dislikes and we know just how to cater to each one.

When you visit our offices at 101 Promenade, you’ll be able to sit and have a drink while you talk to us about what you’re looking for. One of the benefits of using an independent estate agent is our much more personalised approach. We can also give you lots of handy insider insights into Cheltenham so you feel like you know your new home town before you get here.

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