Most Expensive Luxury Rentals in Gloucestershire This Month

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£ 6,850 / month – An unfurnished five bedroom property in a picturesque Cotswold village

Situated in the ancient village of Compton Abdale, just above the local 13th century church, this modern five bedroom, three bathroom house.

Set in the beautiful Cotswold countryside, the rental is bordered on both sides by old stone walls, rolling hills and a manicured lawn.

The house also has a variety of essential comforts, such as underfloor heating and a wine cellar in the garage.

If you ever find yourself running out of banquet halls you are in luck as this property has 4.

At a tempting price of £ 1,581 per week, this Cotswold Stone-style house is Gloucestershire’s most expensive rental on the market.

£ 6,067 / month – An elegant central townhouse in Cirencester for the short-term tenant



Gloucester Street, Cirencester. Ceramic bathtub on a simple tiled floor

This modern luxury rental is just a short walk from the picturesque center of second century Cirencester, offering three bedrooms and two bathrooms for £ 1,400 per week.

For those looking for a quick getaway, the owner also rents out the property for £ 215 per night, with a minimum four night stay.

Located on the oldest street in town, the tenant will cross the antique threshold in a contemporary style, with detailed copper lighting in the living room, wonderful views from the master bedroom and a Belfast sink with a 6-burner stove in the kitchen.

More importantly in this ancient town, the property has off road parking.



Gloucester Street, Cirencester. A Belfast sink and a 6-burner gas stove

£ 4,750 / month – A comfortable family home between Gloucester and Oxford

Don’t let the location fool you, this Oxfordshire home is well situated for commuters to Oxford, Gloucester and Wiltshire.

Although it is mentioned in the list, it is also mentioned that there is no parking.

However, with exposed wooden beams throughout, wood-burning stoves, and a large, well-designed garden, this property is all about the country aesthetic.

The master bedroom even has a copper clawfoot tub just steps from the bed, though you don’t have to forget to draw the curtains.

And keep the boiler on a timer – this £ 1,096 per week property doesn’t come with bills included.



A copper bathtub overlooking the Oxfordshire / Gloucestershire countryside

£ 3,850 / month – A spacious family home close to a golf course

This 2,400 square foot property is perfect for a family: with five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and over an acre of backyard for the kids to lose.

You’ll be able to toss those muddy boots and your well-worn golf shoes without worrying about the well-tiled kitchen floors, before warming your toes in front of the built-in Aga cooker.

If rural isolation isn’t your thing either, the property is located a short drive from Cirencester and has quick access to the A417.

At just £ 888 per week for a five-bedroom family home, this is both one of the most expensive rentals in Gloucestershire and the best value on this list.

£ 3,500 / month – A large new build, a short drive from Cheltenham



Charlton Kings. This modern, sharp style is a blank canvas for the modern tenant

This four bedroom, four bathroom property is suitable for those looking for a truly modern style.

Finished everywhere with white walls, sharp angles and reflective surfaces, the rental is a blank canvas for anyone who moves in.

With a double garage and ample off road parking, this home is well suited for a car enthusiast who wants to live in the greater Cheltenham area.

Morgan Associates, who manages the rental, said the property was rented on the day it was put on the market.

So if you are looking for a new build with old fashioned elegance this would have been the perfect home.

For the bargain hunters among you, this modern property costs £ 808 per week.



Charlton Kings. The American kitchen opens onto a large patio.


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