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Looking for a new home in Cheltenham?

Cheltenham is an ideal setting for a new home. This historic town offers a lovely environment to bring up a family but it is also extremely well-connected for business and commerce. The town's amenities serve residents, vistitors, and professionals. The M5 is just out of town, making the South West, the Midlands, and the North West accessible for commuters. The Cotswolds are on the doorstep, making this an excellent all-round location.

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Living in Cheltenham

Travel and transport

Junction 10 of the M5 is to the north of the town and Junction 11 is to the south, where it intersects with the A40. Gloucester is just 8 miles away, Bristol is 42 miles away, Oxford is 40 miles away, and  Birmingham is 60 away. Cheltenham Spa railway station is on the Bristol to Birmingham mainline, and services also link with Swindon, London Paddington, Cardiff Central and the South West. Coach services from Cheltenham include routes to London and Heathrow Airport. Bristol Airport is just over 50 miles away.

Local information

Cheltenham is the main regional shopping centre. It has an essential balance of independent shops and national chains, department stores and boutiques. The Regent Arcade, the Cheltenham Promenade and the Montpellier Courtyard are retail hubs to choose from. As a town with a vital visitor economy, there are plenty of cafes, restaurants, parks and leisure facilities to enjoy. 


Local schools

As well as the famous Cheltenham Ladies' College, there are six state secondary schools in Cheltenham. These include Pitville School, Balcarras Academy, Cheltenham Bourneside School, St Edward's Senior School, All Saints' Academy, and Pate's Grammar School. Gloucester College of Further Education has a base in the town, and the University of Gloucester has two of its campuses here.