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Overview

Cheltenham Estate Agent

Sell, let or buy property with Hunters 

We’ve worked in Cheltenham for almost 30 years, and we know the area and the property market here better than anyone. 

Our knowledge, experience, and exceptional customer service will help you to succeed with your sale or let. Benefit from our insight by choosing us today, and we’ll help you have a stress-free experience when putting your property on the market here. 

Give us a call to talk about your property needs. We look forward to hearing from you.

Our services

  • Free property valuation (online or in-person)
  • 24/7 support through your My Hunters portal
  • A fully managed sale
  • Expert advice from our experienced local agents
  • Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property 
  • Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property

Why choose Hunters Cheltenham?

Updates on progress, any time

We understand that you want to know exactly what’s happening with your sale or let. Our My Hunters portal lets you find out how things are progressing at any time, day or night. The portal has all the information you need, including viewing appointments, feedback and all your property details. You can also contact our team through it.

We’re Cheltenham’s local estate agent

Having worked in Cheltenham for almost 30 years, our local knowledge is unrivalled. We know all the different areas within this beautiful town, and we know precisely who your property appeals to.

Tailored support for landlords

Our tailored lettings packages give you the exact support you want and need. We talk with you to find out exactly what you need and then create the right lettings package for you. Have a tenant find only service, add on a rent collection service, or go right up to a fully managed let. The choice is yours.

Exceptional customer service

Customers come first, and we work hard to make sure that our services meet all your needs. Our team is the best in the local property market, and we know exactly how to market your property to catch the eye of suitable buyers or tenants. 

Property listings that work

We create the best property listing from our bespoke marketing options, which bring viewings through your door.

Your listing goes on Rightmove, OnTheMarket, and Zoopla, so that it reaches a wide audience. We also send it out to our database of contacts that we know are actively looking to buy or rent in Cheltenham right now, giving you the best chance of a quick sale or let.

Free property valuation

Find out how much your property is worth.

Choose from an online valuation to get a rough overview, or we can visit your property to give you an accurate assessment.

Book a valuation today

Book a free property valuation with Hunters

Why live in Cheltenham?

Cheltenham is a large town located on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds in Gloucestershire.

The train station is on the Bristol-Birmingham mainline, so commuters can reach Bristol in just 40 minutes, Birmingham in an hour and London is only a two-hour journey. The M5 runs close to Cheltenham, so commuting by car to nearby cities is a good option. There’s a central bus station with good services around Cheltenham and into the Cotswolds.

Cheltenham’s beautiful Promenade dates back to 1818, and there are gorgeous shops, cafes, bars and restaurants all along this tree-lined thoroughfare. Independent fashion boutiques and antique stores are nestled within Montpellier Arcade, whilst Regent Arcade Shopping Centre is home to many national shopping brands and places to eat.

When eating out in Cheltenham, there’s a great range of choice, with something to suit all budgets. Enjoy fine dining or a tasty Italian, find the well-known national brands, or choose a family-run eatery. There are plenty of traditional pubs serving good meals too.

Cheltenham is known as The Festival Town due to the amount of big and exciting festivals that take place here throughout the year. It’s well-known for The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival that takes place in autumn, and it has the biggest Science Festival outside of London. 

The Cheltenham Festival is a large horse racing meet, with amazing prize money on offer; the prize money is second only to the Grand National. The racecourse is also host to music festivals, and comedy acts in its auditorium, The Centaur.

The nearby Cotswolds are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with rolling hills, dry stone walls and picturesque villages, and Cheltenham is a great base to explore them from.

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Meet the team

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    Mark Millward

    Franchise Partner

    I am passionate about the way Hunters in Cheltenham support people through the maze of moving to a new home. Having been Estate Agent since the early 1980’s I have worked for both independent and corporate agencies and run my own business for since 1999. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, let or rent a property I will be by your side through the entire process, always on the end of a phone or most likely, sat a my desk ready to reassure you. Having converted my business to Hunters (Cheltenham) from the very well-known and highly respected brand name of ‘Adams Estate Agents’, we now feel part of a 200+ branch family all geared up to support our Cheltenham clients. We are now ready to be the number one Estate Agency in Cheltenham for the 2020’s. At home, my wife and I have a wonderful family with two teenage children and a best friend - a Labrador called Olive. What little spare time I have, I enjoy tinkering with a very needy classic car and playing drums in a local covers band called The Bridge – look them up!’

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    Russell Brookes

    Lettings Manager

    Russell who is a born and bred Cheltonian heads the letting team with true passion and an unshakeable love for the industry (I know, it’s weird!). He is responsible for looking after all our highly valued Landlords and will go to the ends of the earth to make sure that they are well serviced and taken care of. Russell believes strongly in the mission statement of our letting company – ‘To only let houses that we would be happy to live in AND only to people that we would be happy to let our own homes to’. Russell says “this is a powerful message that’s sets our company apart from the normal run-of-the-mill letting agent”. Prior to entering the world of property, Russell qualified and worked in the fitness industry both at corporate level and as a personal trainer and is always willing to offer sage fitness advice (seemingly endlessly to his ‘slightly’ overweight M.D.). In his spare time (Guffaw) Russell loves his sport and is devoted to his wife and two fabulous young children.

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    Becky Friis

    Lettings Accounts & Maintenance

    Becky looks after all of the internal accounts and tenant/landlord payments. Becky also heads the maintenance team and oversees a wide variety of activity such as flying fence panels and leaking ceilings. Becky loves variety and her working day fulfils this desire 100%, which, coincidently, is the same percentage as the effort she makes ensuring our Landlords never have to worry about their property. At home Becky has two wonderful children that remain by her side and when she isn't making sure that her clients properties are in perfect condition, she is engrossed in the development of her own property, which remains now, as it has for many years, a work in progress.

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    Thomas Pinkham

    Negotiator

    Tom is responsible for placing the right tenant into the right property, a task that he thoroughly enjoys and is extremely good at. One of the primary reasons Landlords love using Hunters is that we refuse to place anyone, into anything. We are diligent in choosing the properties and Landlords that we act for and Tom is extremely adept in ensuring that the tenants we place in those properties are of the highest possible caliber. Tom will also act as the first level team for maintenance enquiries.

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    Megan Dicks

    Negotiator

    Megan joined Hunters as a trainee and has achieved the rank of negotiator in record time, but being great at selling houses and flats demands so much more than just personal development. Like the nursing and care industry, estate agency is all about ‘people’. To be successful you need to care about the people you act for and this is where Megan genuinely excels. If you are a seller or a landlord she will work tirelessly to achieve your goal. If you are a buyer or a tenant looking for a property, she will remember you, and she will find you, and she will sell you your perfect home! Away from Hunters Megan likes to spend time with friends, Floyd (her four legged friend) and travelling.

Local area guide

Cheltenham is a large spa town in Gloucestershire, on the edge of the Cotswolds.

Cheltenham an excellent commuter base. Cheltenham Spa train station is on the Bristol-Birmingham mainline, and it has services to cities across the country. London is two hours by train, Bristol is 40 minutes, and Swindon and Birmingham are accessible within an hour. The town is right next to the M5, so commuting by car is a good option too. There are excellent bus services in and around Cheltenham and the Cotswolds, and the central bus station makes it easy to access them.

Cheltenham has excellent schooling with a large number of primary schools. There are plenty of secondary schools, including Cheltenham College, a day and boarding school that has been educating pupils since 1841. However, Pate’s Grammar School is the oldest in the town, founded in 1574.

There are fantastic shopping facilities in Cheltenham, with a great mix of well-known national chains and unique independents. The Promenade dates back to 1818, and this beautiful, tree-lined thoroughfare has a lovely collection of shops, cafes and bars. There are beautiful gardens and the stunning Neptune Fountain, which is inspired by the Trevi fountain in Rome.

The Montpellier Arcade is one of the oldest arcades in the country, and the area around it has fabulous independent fashion boutiques and antique stores. Regent Arcade Shopping Centre has over 60 retail outlets and houses some national high street stores and places to eat.

The food and drink scene in Cheltenham is as eclectic and interesting as the shopping scene, with something to suit all tastes and budgets. Fine dining is available at the Michelin starred Le Champignon Sauvage, and you can find award-winning South Asian food at Prithvi. Local favourites include Paparritos, serving up tasty burritos, and The Gloucester Old Spot, a traditional pub serving delicious food and beer.

Healthcare is provided by Cheltenham General Hospital and several surgeries across the town. There are plenty of dentists and pharmacies too.

Cheltenham is known as The Festival Town due to the number of large festivals it hosts throughout the year, including one of the largest science festivals found outside of London. The Times and Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival takes place each autumn, hosting over 50 shows in Montpellier Gardens and draws the world’s greatest authors.

Other festivals include Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival, Midsummer Fiesta, and The Cheltenham Festival, a large horse racing festival in March. Cheltenham Racecourse also has weekend-long music festivals, and its impressive auditorium called The Centaur hosts a variety of national and international music and comedy events. Cheltenham Jazz Festival has grown to become one of the greatest music festivals in the country, drawing the best blues, jazz, fusion and pop artists.

The nearby Cotswolds provide plenty of opportunities for days out in its rolling hills, including Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park. This is an excellent attraction with over 50 flocks and herds of animals, an adventure playground, maze, sandpits and a restaurant.

Market Insights

Mark Millward - Franchise Partner

Contact Cheltenham

6 Caernarvon Court, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 3JA

Mon - Fri: 9am-6pm, Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: Closed


Sales : 01242 528500

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Lettings : 01242 528500

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