Prestbury Chase, Cheltenham, GL52 3ET

3 & 4 bedroom homes from £340,000 to £525,000


Prestbury Chase, Cheltenham

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL52 3ET Directions

3 & 4 bedroom homes from £340,000 to £525,000

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A high quality development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses for sale in Cheltenham, offering the very best in modern living with a beautiful Regency promenade and bustling town centre. A huge range of bars, cafes and restaurants, major high street retailers, designer and boutique brands, and plenty of parks and gardens.

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The Area Near Prestbury Chase, Cheltenham

This high quality development of two, three and four bedroom homes gives you the chance to experience Cheltenham living at its finest.

Everything you need

Cheltenham is full of gardens and parks for those moments when you just need to get away from the hustle and bustle. Described as "a town within a park", Cheltenham is well known for its greenery and blooms - so much so that it is a popular visitor attraction for these reasons alone. It is little wonder that Cheltenham was selected by The Sunday Times newspaper (March 2014) as one of the best places to live in Britain and selected by The Telegraph newspaper (September 2014) as the best place in the UK to raise a family.

Cheltenham offers a thriving town centre with a wide variety of shops to suit all aspects of retail therapy - from the luxury boutiques and pavement cafes in the Montpellier area of the town to the fascinating antique shops and top-class restaurants in the Suffolks area. The shopping Promenade is considered to be one of the most beautiful thoroughfares in the country, with its tree lined avenue flanked by high-end shops and cafés. 

Just 3 miles away from Prestbury you'll find yourself at Cleeve Hill - the highest point in the Cotswolds. Here you can marvel at the spectacular views and enjoy a picnic surrounded by the beauty of the countryside.

Along with shopping and the views - walking, cycling and horse riding are all readily available close to home. For sports and leisure activities, visit Cheltenham Leisure Centre for top of the range gym equipment, Sandford Park Lido for outdoor swimming or enjoy a round of golf at Lilley Brook Golf Course. Montpellier Gardens is a beautiful place to visit, with its blooming flowers and fountain surmounted by a bespectacled Gustav Holst, who was born in Cheltenham and now stands with his baton raised aloft above the water jets. Another unique attraction is the medicinal waters, which can be taken at several sites in the town but mainly at the Pittville Pump Room whose blue dome rises above the lakes of Pittville Park. You can still drink from its original pump, and it is England's only source of natural alkaline water.

All around you

Relax in Cheltenham's award-winning gardens, enjoy the impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants, and spend some time at one of the many fantastic cultural festivals and events.

Cheltenham was specifically designed in its 18th and 19th Century heyday as a pleasure health resort for wealthy visitors, the legacy of which is an exceptional range of quality accommodation, restaurants and entertainment in an elegant Regency spa town.

Cheltenham is world famous for its horse racing course at Prestbury Park - a great destination for a day out at the races, just around the corner. The Cheltenham Racecourse is also home to the Cheltenham Festival, held every March. 

The town also hosts several festivals of culture, including Greenbelt, the Cheltenham Literature Festival, the Cheltenham Jazz Festival and the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival, to name but a few. The Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, also called The Wilson, hosts a programme of exhibitions running throughout the year.

Cheltenham is a great place for food lovers, with over 100 restaurants offering every type of cuisine you can think of. Cheltenham specialises in independent bistros and the Regency architecture of the town serves its restaurants particularly well, often being housed in large town houses. For those of you that enjoy a night of luxury fine dining, Cheltenham is also home to a two star Michelin restaurant, Le Champignon Sauvage.

Cheltenham Spa train station, just 3 miles from Prestbury Chase, provides regular services to Worcester, Birmingham and Bristol. The A40 is less that 2 miles away and provides excellent road links to a number of regional business centres. Gloucester is 11 miles to the west, Oxford approximately 43 miles to the east. The M5 is a 13 minute drive and there is easy access to Bristol which can be reached in just over an hour. 

Outstanding education 

There is a choice of excellent schools in the area, for children of all ages. Lynworth Primary School is within easy distance for younger children, with Prestbury St Mary's C of E Junior School and The Ridge Academy and The Catholic School of Saint Gregory the Great are also not far from home.  

Secondary education is well catered for with Cleeve School, rated good by Ofsted, just a 7 minute drive away. And less than an 18 minute walk away sits Pittville School, Also rated Good by Ofsted.

Those considering private ediucation are also spoilt for choice with Cheltenham College less than 2 miles away offering both preparatory and higher education including Sixth Form A-Level curriculum. 

Cheltenham Ladies' College is one of the country's most prestigious independent schools with approximately 75% of students boarding at the school and 25% being day students. Inspectors classified the college as excellent in every category, with the category of exceptional being awarded for the quality of pupils' achievements and learning. 

So much to see and do

Cheltenham is renowned for its Regency architecture, stylish shopping, colourful parks and floral displays. The Cheltenham Festival of racing is particularly popular, especially the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Cheltenham has an abundance of great festivals, all year round. There is a jazz festival in May, which often features big stars from the jazz world such as Jamie Cullum and Melody Gardot; a science festival in June, a music festival in July with performances and talks held across Cheltenham & Gloucester; a film festival featuring screenings and dinner events at The Daffodil restaurant, formerly an old cinema; and a food & drink festival in Montpellier Gardens highlighting some of the best produce from the local area and further afield.

Prestbury Chase is perfectly located for exploring the many other Cotswold towns and villages on the doorstep. 
Whether you are a serious rambler or just like to relax in a beautiful countryside location, Cheltenham is surrounded by walker's trails with stunning views, has a lot to offer - passes through Cleeve Hill and Leckhampton Hill. You could also pay a visit to Bourton-on-the-Water, often referred to as the "Venice of the Cotswolds" because the River Windrush runs right through the centre. There is much to see at Bourton-on-the-Water, suitable for visitors of all ages, so families often make their way there. The Model Village is a mini replica of the village itself, Birdland Park and Gardens offers woodland, river and gardens inhabited by over 500 birds, and the Cotswold Motor Museum takes you on a journey right through 20th Century automobiles. 

Further afield you can explore the stunning village of Broadway with it’s much loved high street filled with unique and independent shops and cafés. Discover the history of Stratford-upon-Avon by visiting the world famous Shakespeare’s Birthplace or enjoy a night at the theatre at the RSC.

Cheltenham Spa Train Station, 3 miles, 10 minutes
Town centre, 2 miles, 8 minutes
Burford, 23 miles, 31 minutes 
Bristol Airport, 54 Miles, 1 hour 7 mins
Cheltenham racecourse 1.5 miles, 5 minutes 
Leisure @ Cheltenham, 1.8 miles, 5 minutes 
Worcester, 26 miles, 36 minutes 
Crickley Hill Country Park 5.7 miles, 14 minutes 

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