It's fair to say Cheltenham ticks most home-buyers' boxes.
Superbly located between employment hotspots Bristol and Birmingham, Cheltenham's Georgian and Regency properties are hugely popular with buyers.
Throw into the mix some of the UK's best schools, with 12 primaries rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and you have that pretty perfect combination of travel, property and education.
But what's on the market right now in Cheltenham?
Let's take a look...
Homes for sale in CheltenhamCheltenham is famed for its Regency-style architecture and some properties in the town date back to the early 1800s.
Areas like Montpellier and Pittville are Georgian and Regency hotspots, while large family homes dominate in St Marks.
Those looking for Victorian or Edwardian properties are also well-catered for in Battledown.
Of course, period property to Cheltenham's standards doesn't always come cheap and most Cheltenham property does generally come on the market above the UK's national average house price at an average of £337,519*.
Houses for sale in CheltenhamAs well as those Regency-style properties, home buyers in Cheltenham often look for traditional Costwold stone-built properties.
Charming but also extensively refurbished, the property boasts stunning views across the countryside.
Spacious and modern with a real 'heart of the home' kitchen diner, the property is close to the A417 and A40 for links to Cirencester and Oxford, while the M5 is also nearby.
Leckhampton CofE Primary School, meanwhile, is rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.
Inside, it offers plenty of space for a family and nearby St Mary's CofE Infants School provides one of Cheltenham's many 'Outstanding'-rated schools.
Flats for sale in Cheltenham
A loft area offers even more space to what is already a substantial home.
Estate agents in Cheltenham
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