Specialist Property Search Agent, based in Cheltenham, finding property for you in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, Worcestershire, Herefordshire and into Oxfordshire.
For a wise move contact Peter Hampshire, your local property search agent
Let me help you make a wise investment and find the property that’s just right for you. Unlike the estate agent who acts for the seller, I’ll be working for you the buyer, just for you. With 28 years expertise in the residential property market I can probably get you to more front doors than anyone can – often ahead of the game. What’s more, I can advise on where best to buy, what’s good value and what’s not, and negotiate the best price on your behalf.
I am able to find and secure a wide range of property types from apartments to country estates, through town houses, holiday homes, building plots and bungalows, buy-to-let and second homes. Let me find the property which best suits your needs.
A fee of .75% * of the purchase price for finding your perfect home.
No success – No fee
Call: 01242 228140
M: 07973 253080
* plus Registration Fee – deductible
“My wife and I found the home of our dreams with the help of Peter Hampshire . . . . . . above all Peter listened to our needs and focused on meeting them . . . . . the whole process went smoothly and without a hitch”
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ABOUT THE AREA WE COVER
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire & the Cotswolds
Surely one of the most appealing areas to settle in Great Britain are the swathes of our countryside that are Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds. In the main, the Cotswolds extends across the counties of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire also reaching into parts of Worcestershire, Warwickshire and Wiltshire. Broadway is in the northern extremity of the Cotswolds with the southern section running up from the Georgian city of Bath into south Gloucestershire, taking in country towns such as Nailsworth, Stroud and Painswick with deep valleys and far reaching views. Nearby Cirencester, a buzzing market town, has many pretty villages such as Bibury and Barnsley close by. Further east towards Lechlade and Fairford the land is flatter but no less attractive. More to the south are historic towns such as Malmesbury with its wonderful abbey and Tetbury – so busy with visitors hoping to catch a royal glimpse or buy souvenirs from the Highgrove shop or maybe take in Chavenage house (Trenwith of Poldark fame). Other picturesque Cotswold towns include Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Camden and Burford together with the historic market towns of Stroud and Winchcombe. Bourton-on-the Water is just 16 miles from Cheltenham and is regularly described as one of the prettiest villages in England.
Cheltenham is nationally renowned as one of the most sought after towns to live in in the UK. It is located on the edge of the Cotswolds and has a motto of “salubritas et erudito” – meaning “health and education”. Indeed, it boasts an enviable variety of schools to include Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close School and Cheltenham College. Other first class secondary schools include Bournside and Balcarras schools and the town is home to the famous Pates Grammar School.
Cheltenham is known as the cultural centre of the Cotswolds and has recently been described in the New York Times as a town enjoying a cultural renaissance with many “happening spots” and featured in The independent as a “design destination” with “stylish places to eat, drink and stay”.
As the Home of Festivals, as well as the renowned Cheltenham Festival – 4 days of horse jump racing, culminating in the Gold Cup held annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse – It is also known for its Cheltenham Jazz Festival, the Cheltenham Music Festival, the Cheltenham Literature Festival and the Cheltenham Science Festival. The Town is also famous for its many glorious Regency buildings, including the Pittville Pump room. There’s fine art at The Wilson museum, and the Victorian Everyman Theatre has an ornate auditorium.
Easily accessible from the M5 Cheltenham lies just over an hour away from Bristol and Birmingham and under two hours from London.
Cirencester, known as the capital of the Cotswolds, is around 14 miles from Cheltenham. This busy Cotswold town has many shops, places to eat and places to stay. The market square is dominated by the Parish Church of St John the Baptist, and the town still hosts many markets. Cirencester Park and the Bathurst Estate host The Cotswold Show and Polo and is open 8am to 5pm every day throughout the year, where visitors are welcome to walk or enjoy the scenery on horseback.