Looking for a new home in Tewkesbury?
The medieval market town of Tewkesbury is a great choice for anyone looking for a new home in Gloucestershire. Living in Tewkesbury, you'll benefit from a fantastic selection of shops, pubs, restaurants, and other essential facilities such as schools and a community hospital.
This attractive town, perched on the River Avon, is an ideal base for commuters. Speedy access to the M5 means Tewkesbury is within easy motorway reach of Cheltenham, Gloucester, Worcester, and even Bristol and Birmingham.
A new home in Tewkesbury will mean you're also conveniently close to the beautiful countryside of three counties - Gloucester, Herefordshire and Worcestershire. From the Cotswolds to the Malvern Hills and the Wye Valley, there are so many scenic areas to explore.
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A historic town with lots to do
The focal point of Tewkesbury is the 900-year-old Abbey, which sits close to the joining of two rivers, the Avon and the Severn. The town's medieval roots and Tudor roots can be seen in the ancient bblack and white timber buildings in the High Street. Meanwhile the twice-weekly market, monthly farmers' market and several Food and Arts Markets each year keep the town alive and buzzing. With a new home here you'll never be short of things to do.
Great local amenities
Despite its historic roots, Tewkesbury has everything you need for daily life. Independent shops sit side by side with national brands. There are three supermarkets for your weekly shop - Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons. There's a local leisure centre, or if you like being active outdoors, you could go paddleboarding on the River Severn. There’s also a sailing club, and the town is on Route 45 of the National Cycleway Network. For something less energetic, boat trips on the River Avon are a wonderful way to see the sights.
There’s no problem getting out and about from Tewkesbury. The M5 is your go-to motorway, just outside town. It puts Birmingham just over an hour away, Bristol just under an hour away, Worcester half an hour away, and Cheltenham and Gloucester just over 20 minutes away. The M50 will take you to Ross on Wye in an hour and a half and from there, it’s a quick hop over the border into Wales. The local train station, on the Bristol - Birmingham line, is a couple of miles outside Tewkesbury at Ashchurch.