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...living in Charlton Kings 

Charlton Kings is a lovely village just a mile out of Cheltenham's historic town centre. With its great schools, wide range of amenities and gorgeous mix of red brick and modern houses, it's easy to see why properties here are snapped up so quickly.

London Road runs through the heart of the village and it's here you'll find an eclectic mix of independent shops, cafes, and restaurants. Charlton Kings also boasts two churches, a post office, an optician, library, doctor, chemist, hairdressers and a number of antique shops.

It's not all hustle and bustle though as the village is also home to Lilley Brook Golf Club which enjoys a shared heritage with the renowned Augusta National, home of the US Masters. Both courses were designed by the famous Dr. Alister Mackenzie. When you play the course here, you're treated to stunning views of nearby Cheltenham.

Explore the little valley at the lower end of Bafford Lane and Lilley Brook for some extra peace and quiet or, if you want to take an alternative route into Cheltenham, hop on your bike and take the cycle path through Cox’s Meadow and into Sandford Park.

Education,education, education

One of the main attractions of Charlton Kings for families moving to Cheltenham is the fact that there are three highly regarded state schools in the area. Charlton Kings Infants’ School and Junior School, as well as Balcarras School (comprehensive), are all rated outstanding by Ofsted and highly regarded by parents and pupils alike.


Top 10 reasons to live in Charlton Kings 

  1. Education - Charlton Kings is spoilt for choice when it comes to local schools. There are very popular infant and junior schools, a highly-rated secondary school and private a school on the doorstep
  2. Great Location – Charlton Kings is just a short walk from Cheltenham Town Centre so it's easily accessible. It's also conveniently located on the A40 (for Oxford), the A46 (for Bath) and the A417(to Cirencester). You have the added bonus of being just a short drive from some stunning Cotswold villages including Northleach and Bourton-on-the-Water.
  3. Transport – There are regular bus services to Cheltenham town centre and the surrounding areas.
  4. Shopping - Charlton Kings Village offers a good selection of independent shops ranging from a chemist, supermarket, gift shops, wine shops and even a hat shop - perfect for those Ladies Day purchases for Cheltenham Gold Cup.
  5. Community – Charlton Kings still manages to preserve its proud and friendly village community. With local rambling groups, toddler groups at the library and the Charlton Kings Film Society to name but a few, there's something for the whole family to get involved with.
  6. Sport - The cricketers in your family will love the fact that Charlton Kings Cricket Club has been designated a focus club by the ECB to be a hub of the community network for cricket development, particularly for the benefit of children and young people. And at nearby Lilley Brook Golf Club, golfers will find one of the very finest parkland courses they will ever play.
  7. Gin – Yes really! For all you gin lovers out there,  Charlton Kings has its very own gin distillery. The popular and successful Siblings Distillery offers distillery tours and tastings as well as the chance to buy your favourite tipple.
  8. Vets – Your family's pets will be well looked after in Charlton Kings as there are three friendly veterinary practices to choose from.
  9. Eating out – Charlton Kings boasts a great choice of pubs and restaurants. Local favourites include The Langton on London Road and The Royal, tucked away on Horsefair Street.
  10. Lewis Carroll – Lewis Carroll used to visit a house in Cudnall Street, Charlton Kings and it is believed there was a mirror that inspired him to write the childhood favourite Alice Through The Looking Glass. Apparently, the mirror is still somewhere in residence in Charlton Kings!