Knight Frank markets residential properties for sale across the Cotswolds, one of England's most beautiful rural areas, known for its famous limestone houses and picturesque villages set among wooded hills and valleys.
The area provides many of the property attributes looked for by professionals and families including first-class schooling, historic homes, rural settings and excellent motorway and rail connections with easy access to London and the beautiful Cotswolds countryside. The Cotswolds is also designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the largest in England and Wales, and covers an area 25 miles across by 90 miles long.
From Bath to Chipping Norton, with Cirencester at its heart, the Cotswolds has something for everyone, with award winning restaurants and hotels, including the Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham, Bath Priory and SoHo Farmhouse in Great Tew. Historical houses including Hidcote, Snowshill, Chastleton and Sudeley Castle. Sporting facilities are abundant with Cheltenham Racecourse providing international meetings regularly throughout the year, national car race meetings held at Castle Combe, Polo at Cirencester park and Beaufort and premiership rugby at Gloucester and Bath rugby clubs.
Selling, letting and renting property in the Cotswolds
Knight Frank's Cotswolds estate agent offices have unrivalled reach in this part of the UK and cover the length and breadth of the area, covering Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Warwickshire, Wiltshire and Worcestershire. Our Cotswolds property agents live in the villages and towns they represent and are some of the most knowledgeable and experienced in the market. Whether selling, relocating, searching for a family home, farm, country estate or holiday cottage, our network of offices market some of the best Cotswolds properties for sale and to rent. We also offer professional advice on estate or farm management, valuations for probate or litigation. Our agents can help you find the right property, in the right location based on your future and anticipated needs such as commuting, schooling, transport and opportunities for businesses.
From period cottages to limestone houses and modern developments, contact your local Knight Frank office for help or investment advice, a property valuation or start your Cotswolds property search today.