Philip Pugh and Partners, Cheltenham Spa
Philip Pugh and Partners is a well known independent residential estate and letting agency, established in 1994 and under the management of Philip Pugh FNAEA (Honoured) - (working in this field locally for well over 40 years) and Sacha Cresswell MNAEA (having over 30 years experience in both estate agency and residential lettings in Cheltenham with over 25 of those with Philip Pugh and Partners.
Cheltenham Spa is a Regency Spa town and most of the town centre lies within a conservation area of outstanding national importance. Regency town houses , characterised by intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco facades, line the historic Promenade, squares and terraces. With its award-winning gardens, impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants, and its festivals of horse racing, music and literature, Cheltenham has a cosmopolitan ambience to beguile the most jaded spirit.
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Central Cheltenham is where you find the popular shopping districts of the High Street with a new John Lewis flagship store and the Regent Arcade. The Promenade and Montpellier boast an extensive range of shops, boutiques and eateries including the newly open restaurant The Ivy. There is also a regular market and Farmers market held on the Promenade.
Eating and Drinking
Cheltenham has a cosmopolitan choice of places to eat: from Michelin star restaurants Prithvi and Le Champignon Sauvage to wine bars, brasseries and café bars, including The Ivy which recently opened in one of Cheltenham’s iconic buildings, as well as a vibrant nightlife.
Whatever your taste there should be a restaurant to suit: from traditional French and Italian cuisine to a wide range of oriental and modern fusion, from the small and intimate to busy brasseries.
History & Architecture
The Pittville Pump Room is an elegant, unique Grade 1-listed building which overlooks beautiful parkland and features ample free parking, yet is under a mile from the centre of Cheltenham. Inside, Cheltenham's famous spa water can be sampled from the original pump, as featured by Channel 4’s Britain’s most historic towns in May 2018.
Situated in the very heart of elegant Cheltenham one will find the splendid Edwardian Town Hall. The centre piece of this Grade II-listed building is the magnificent main hall, featured as the ballroom in the BBC television production Vanity Fair.
Cheltenham is famed for its National Hunt racing at Prestbury Park Racecourse home to the Gold Cup, the County Cricket Festival held in the summer at Cheltenham Boys College and Cheltenham Town Football Club, now a proud member of league two.
Ideally located for access to The Cotswolds, M5 North and Southbound, A40 Gloucester, Oxford and London, A417 Cirencester and Swindon, A46 Worcester, Stratford upon Avon (North) and Bath (South).
Cheltenham boasts a number of well known public schools including Cheltenham Boys and Ladies College, Dean Close School and St. Edward's Catholic School with Kings School being located in Gloucester about 10 miles away.