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Medieval Tetbury is nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Those who desire a rural location with a handful of local amenities will love living in Tetbury. The market towns of Malmesbury and Cirencester are just a short drive away should you fancy a spot of shopping or an evening out.
Britannia Herbert Davis are located just a short drive from Tetbury, in Gloucester. If you are moving to or from the area, get in touch today to find out how the Herbert Davis team could help make your move as simple and easy as possible.
Moving to Tetbury
The average property price in Tetbury is £393,000. Whilst this is high compared to the rest of the UK, this is the norm in Tetbury due to the beautiful properties and desirable location. However, it is much more affordable than Malmesbury and Cirencester.
The centre of Tetbury is a preserved conservation area and is a maze of Georgian townhouses and 17th century weavers’ cottages. There are areas of new development in the town, but the contemporary homes are sympathetically designed and found on the outskirts.
For those who have their heart set on a period home, the centre of Tetbury is the place to hunt. Just be prepared for some interesting parking (or lack of)! The Chipping, Gumstool Hill and Long Street all have incredible homes with original fireplaces, double-vaulted cellars and exposed beams.
Quail Meadows and Highfields are home to more contemporary homes and new developments. However, they are all designed to blend seamlessly into the current Tetbury style and in-keep with the history of the town and surrounding areas.
Shopping in Tetbury
Given the variety of period homes in Tetbury, it is no surprise that the town is well known for its antiques too. There are more than 20 antiques shops dotted around. However, the most popular include Jester Antiques and The Decorator Source.
Whilst the town has the usual supermarkets, many head to the weekly farmers’ market to get their hands on local and seasonal produce from local farmers. There is also an independent cheese shop and Highgrove Shop sells organic produce from Home Farm too.
Transport Links Tetbury
There is fantastic access to the M4 and M5 from Tetbury, via the A46 and A433. The M5 takes drivers between Exeter in the south and Birmingham in the north, whilst the M4 heads west into Wales and east to London.
Handily, Bristol Airport us just an hour’s drive away and provides both domestic and international flights, ideal for holidaymakers and frequent business flyers.
Whilst Tetbury doesn’t have its own railway station, Kemble station is just 7 miles away and can be accessed by bus or car. Services form Kemble call at Cheltenham Spa, Gloucester, London Paddington and Southampton Central.