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The Best Places to Rent in Cheltenham

  • 2 years ago
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Cheltenham is a great town to rent in as you can find a two-bedroomed apartment for £800pcm or so and a three-bedroomed house for around £1,300pcm. 

When you compare these rates to nearby Bristol, where the average rent for a two-bedroomed flat is £1,300pcm, you can see the advantages of living in Cheltenham. You’re still well connected to London, Oxford and the Midlands and living in a beautiful town, but you’re not paying eye-watering rents.

Here’s our pick of the four best rentals in Cheltenham right now.

Best one-bedroomed flat

This recently refurbished one-bedroomed first-floor apartment on Cranham Road offers you a fully fitted kitchen and off-road parking, as well as easy access to the town centre and all its amenities. The minimum rental period is 12 months and the property is in Council Tax band A (£1,303pa).

Best family home

Perfect for a young family, this three-bedroomed semi-detached house in the popular Battledown area has an enclosed rear garden and off-road parking for several cars. The property also has a family bathroom, an under-stairs WC and a family bathroom, as well as central heating and a separate kitchen. The minimum tenancy is 12 months and the Council Tax band is C (£1,738pa).

Best home for larger families or sharers

This spacious four-bedroomed house in Rosebay Gardens is ideally located for All Saints Academy and the M5 motorway. The main bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and there’s also a garage and off-road parking. The minimum tenancy period is 12 months and the property is in Council Tax band C (£1,738pa).

Best for those on a budget

This cosy one-bedroomed flat is in Charlton Kings, on the outskirts of Cheltenham. It offers renters a double bedroom, a separate kitchen and living room diner, as well as on-road parking. The minimum tenancy is 12 months and the property is in Council Tax band B (£1,521pa).

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