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...moving to Cheltenham

Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is synonymous with the annual Gold Cup but there is so much more to this beautiful town than its annual race festival.

It is, for instance, the most complete Regency town in Britain. The tree-lined Promenade was voted one of the top five best shopping streets in Britain in a poll for Google Street View and as well as its regal terraces, up-market boutiques, stylish cafes and world-class restaurants all vie for your attention.

Fashionable, vibrant and popular with homebuyers of all ages, Cheltenham really does tick so many boxes when it comes to finding a new home and in March 2014, The Times voted Cheltenham as one of the best places to live in Britain.

At Peter Ball, we always have a wide selection of properties available for sale and to rent in Cheltenham - from sleek, town-centre apartments to detached family homes and stunning Regency town houses. See our top ten reasons for moving to Cheltenham today and we think you'll agree this beautiful town really is a dream location that's well worth exploring.


Top 10 reasons to live in Cheltenham 

  1. Festivals – Cheltenham is undoubtedly home to the very best of the UK's festivals. From horse racing, literature, science, jazz, dance and music, there really is something for everyone. The Literature Festival is arguably the most popular event of the calendar, hosting world-famous names and welcoming around 80,000 visitors to the town every year.
  2. Shopping – Cheltenham has an impressive range of high street, designer and bespoke shops which cater for all budgets. If you fancy a bit of luxury, then it's worth a trip to the Promenade and Montpellier, home to many higher end luxury retailers. Cheltenham is also served by two popular out of town retail parks which offer a variety of stores and services. In addition to all this, the shape of the high street is about to change with a huge John Lewis opening this October, putting Cheltenham firmly on the map for shopping fans.
  3. Outdoor space – With its classic Regency buildings, leafy Promenade and a choice of wonderful local parks, Cheltenham has plenty of beautiful outdoor space to explore, from historic Pittville Park to the flower-filled Imperial Gardens and Sandford Park with its 1930s open-air lido.
  4. History and Culture – Cheltenham has a beautiful library and the recently refurbished Wilson Museum which hosts regular exhibitions. Classical composer Gustav Holst was born in Cheltenham and his home in Clarence Street is now the site of the popular Holst Birthplace Museum. A trip to Cheltenham Spa wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the Pump Rooms on the edge of Pittville Park. You can even follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and King George III by sampling the healing waters for yourself.
  5. Comedy, dance, concerts and a wide variety of entertainment takes place in many venues including Cheltenham Town Hall, the Everyman Theatre and Bacon Theatre, with music to suit all tastes in the towns pubs and bars. At The Brewery Centre visit the IMAX cinema or go ten-pin bowling. Good sports and leisure facilities are also available at the sports centre.
  6. Eating out – Cheltenham is a foody's heaven with Chinese, Indian, Greek, French, Italian, Caribbean, Steak houses, Pizza, Japanese and more to choose from. There are far too many wonderful places to single any one out, so come and explore and find your favourite.
  7. Schools – There's an impressive choice of schools in and around the town centre. If you're looking for private education, Cheltenham is home to the prestigious Cheltenham Ladies College. Other excellent private schools include Dean Close, Cheltenham College and St Edwards to name but a few. As well as Pates Grammar School, there are some outstanding secondary and primary state schools and academies to choose from across the Town and surrounding areas.
  8. Property – Whether you're looking for a cosy one-bedroom studio flat in the heart of Cheltenham, a 3 or 4 bedroom family home, a smart modern town house or an elegant Regency home, Cheltenham offers a fascinating range of property types in some beautiful locations.
  9. Ease of access – Cheltenham is referred to as the heart of the Cotswolds and this really couldn’t be more true. With easy access to the A40 and A46, beautiful Cotswold villages are just a short drive away. Cheltenham also offers easy access to the M5 north and southbound with Birmingham and Bristol only an hour away.
  10. Sport – Affectionately referred to as the Robins, Cheltenham Town FC have a large and loyal team of supporters. Cheltenham also has many local cricket and hockey teams and a host of gym and sports centres including the popular Leisure@.
  11. The Brewery Quarter – Cheltenham has in recent years developed its very own quarter within the town centre. The Brewery quarter offers entertainment, dining and retail. Highlights include a Cineworld cinema, Hollywood Bowl, indoor mini golf and an impressive choice of dining outlets. Perfect for an evening out with friends and family.