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...moving to Leckhampton

Lying just a few miles south of Cheltenham and at the foot of Leckhampton Hill, this highly sought-after village is popular with home movers of all ages.

Characterised by a wide range of Victorian and Edwardian properties, leafy streets and surrounded by stunning countryside, the village also boasts great transport links into town and beyond.

For everyday shopping, you’ll find an excellent range of shops on Bath Road - considered by many to be the 'Notting Hill' of Cheltenham. There's a deli, butchers, greengrocers and bakers, together with gastropubs, cafes and restaurants. There are also two dentists, a doctor's surgery and two popular primary schools. The village has the added benefit of falling within the catchment area of Bournside and Balcarras, two highly rated secondary schools. Plans have also recently been announced for the development of a brand new 900-pupil school in Leckhampton sponsored by Balcarras.

In nearby Cheltenham you have even more choice in terms of education. There’s the highly regarded Pates Grammar School and, in the independent sector, Dean Close, Cheltenham Ladies College and on Bath Road itself, Cheltenham College.

Getting around

Leckhampton offers excellent transport links with access to the M5 both north and southbound. The A40 for Oxford and London is easy to reach and with Cheltenham Station only two miles away, there are great rail links to London, Bristol, Birmingham and the North. A regular bus service also offers quick and easy access to the town centre.

Being situated at the foot of Leckhampton Hill and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty means you’re never far from a stunning view over the Gloucestershire countryside or a fabulous walk. And,with a church, village hall, sports field and many local groups and societies on your doorstep, Leckhampton really does retain its wonderful sense of community. To find your dream home in Leckhampton, call in and see Peter Ball at 1-3 Shurdington Road, Cheltenham GL53 0JB. Alternatively, call Dee on 01242 261400 if you'd like to arrange a FREE Market Appraisal for your property.


Top 10 reasons to live in Leckhampton

  1. Leckhampton Hill – A place of natural beauty, Leckhampton Hill is a popular choice for walkers and ramblers.
  2. Devils Chimney – This distinctive limestone rock formation stands proudly above the quarry at the very top of Leckhampton Hill. It's well worth the walk, as the views from the top are simply stunning.
  3. Schools - Leckhampton offers 2 primary schools within the village itself and falls under the catchment area of two popular secondary schools, Bournside and Balcarras. In addition to this, you have Cheltenham College on the Bath Road which is one of a number of prestigious private schools in the local area.
  4. Sports – For sports fans there are lots of local sports clubs and teams in and around Leckhampton. Burrows Fields is a popular playing field for cricket, football and rugby teams alike.
  5. The Wheatsheaf Pub – Found in the heart of the village itself, The Wheatsheaf is a gastro-pub which prides itself on its offerings of local ales and ciders. A popular venue for evenings of live music and with a function room to hold a multitude of parties and events.
  6. Transport – Living in Leckhampton you can easily leave the car at home on a Saturday morning and stroll down to the town centre in under half an hour. Weather dependant of course. Leckhampton Road is a wide road with stunning rows of trees and greenery on each side.
  7. Ease of access - Good access for A40, close to Gloucester and Stroud and close access to the M5 north and south bound.
  8. Royal Connections – There's a newsagent on Old Bath Road that was visited every year by the Queen Mother on her way to watch the Cheltenham Gold Cup Races at Cheltenham Racecourse
  9. The Bath Road – This links Leckhampton to Cheltenham Town Centre and is a bustling and popular street filled with pubs, restaurants and a fabulous range of independent shops and businesses.
  10. Community – Leckhampton still has a lovely warm community feel to it and has a church and village hall which hosts many different groups and societies throughout the week.