If you are looking to buy a property in Gloucestershire, then your first port of call is likely to be someone like this local estate agents Gloucester based company www.mwea.co.uk
But Gloucestershire is a big county, and there are lots of places to live, so here are some that you might want to consider to help you narrow down your property search…
Stroud – Stroud is a town that was originally built up around the wool industry. The town is well known for its environmental credentials, as well as the farmers market that attracts many visitors to the town every Saturday. The town of Stroud has plenty going on, and has a range of independent shops, there are also surrounding villages and beautiful countryside that you can enjoy.
The Forest of Dean – If you are looking for a rural retreat with a slow pace of life, then consider moving to the Forest of Dean. There are lots of towns and villages in the forest, which itself is an Area of Outstanding natural beauty, so you will never be far from stunning places to walk and enjoy nature.
Cheltenham – If you like a buzzing atmosphere where you can find Michelin star restaurants, a great nightlife and shops aplenty all on your doorstep, then Cheltenham is a good choice. As well as this, it famously hosts the gold cup, one of the most famous horse racing events in the world every year, as well as many festivals throughout the year.