New Homes in Cheltenham

First and second-time buyers, upsizers and downsizers, key workers, and you name it. At David Wilson Homes, we have unique offers tailored to every homebuyer.
 
If you’re struggling to save for a deposit, we can support you with our low deposit schemes. And if you’re part of the armed forces, we can offer a 5% deposit contribution towards your first or second home. 
 
Suddenly need more space for your growing family? We have you covered. Our help to sell schemes make it easy to sell your current home. You won’t have to worry about estate agent fees or the open property market. Let us do the legwork while you enjoy your new home. 
 
We also have a Key Worker Deposit Contribution scheme available for key workers, including flooring throughout your brand-new DWH home. 
 
Browse our collection of new homes in Cheltenham and make your move hassle-free with us. 
 
Winnycroft
Coming soon
Winnycroft
Winnycroft Lane, Matson, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 6EJ
  • Coming soon
  • Winnycroft is a development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes in Gloucester, set within 15 acres of open space and surrounded by countryside. This new development includes play areas and allotments and you’ll be just 4 miles away from Gloucester town centre. Ofsted rated ‘Good’ schools are close by, as well as local shops and pubs. For commuters, the M5 is less than 4 miles away.
The Orchards
The Orchards
Hildersley Farm, Hildersley, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7NW
  • £265,000 to £350,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Framed by rolling hills and open fields in scenic Ross-on-Wye, you'll find The Orchards, a development of 2 & 3 bedroom homes. All the homes come with solar panels, with selected homes having EV chargers. You'll be just a short stroll from the River Wye, providing a selection of scenic walks and beautiful views of Chase Wood.
Orchards Rise
Orchards Rise
Quince Avenue, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 7EU
  • £350,000 to £785,000
  • 3, 4 and 5 bedroom
  • Orchards Rise at Wichelstowe is a development of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes. Enjoy 200 acres of open space, play areas and walks along the Wilts and Berks canal. Your new home will be within a 15 minute walk of shops, pubs and schools. Swindon train station is close by with services to Bristol, Reading and London within 50 minutes.
Ladden Garden Village
Ladden Garden Village
Off Leechpool Way, Yate, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, BS37 7YX
  • £295,000 to £550,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Ladden Garden Village is a new community in Yate, with a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This neighbourhood includes a Sainsbury's Local, a nursery, 32 acres of open space, 4.5km of cycleways and footpaths as well as sports pitches and play areas. The M4 is just 15 minutes away and Bristol city centre is within easy reach.
River Meadow
River Meadow
Wallis Gardens, Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire, SN7 8FZ
  • £342,000 to £600,000
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • River Meadow is a development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes with over 7 acres of open space and play area to enjoy. Stanford in the Vale enjoys excellent countryside views with all of your local amenities nearby, including a pub and primary school. The A420 is 3 miles away, easily connecting you to Oxford and the M4. Didcot train station can also be reached in 13.4 miles.
DWH @ Brunel Quarter
DWH @ Brunel Quarter
Shipyard Close, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5WG
  • £315,000 to £504,500
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Introducing Brunel Quarter, a premium collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in historic Chepstow. Here you will find beautiful views of the River Wye, public squares, a park and path alongside the river. Commuting is easy with the A48 and the M48 nearby.

Living in Cheltenham


Originally a bolthole for the wealthy in the 18
th and 19th centuries, the sophisticated regency spa town on Cheltenham is now a vibrant location. Buying a new home in Cheltenham will provide you with great shopping, restaurants and bars, as well as allowing easy access to the surrounding Cotswolds countryside.

Things to see and do

Love to shop? You’re well served in Cheltenham. From high street favourites at the Regent Arcade and Beechwood Shopping Centre to chic independent stores in the Montpellier and Suffolks area, there’s no shortage of options. The Brewery, meanwhile, is a leisure complex offering a cinema, selection of restaurants and fitness centre.

There’s plenty of culture here too. Nature in Art is the world’s first museum dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature, while the Wilson-Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum displays a range of temporary and permanent exhibitions. Here you can see an important collection of Dutch 17th and 19th century paintings, rare oriental porcelain and learn about Cheltenham’s social history.

Cheltenham hosts a number of festivals and events, with something to suit every taste. From the world-famous horse racing and the Cheltenham Gold Cup to the four major festivals of music, science, jazz and literature, the eclectic mix keeps everyone happy.

Further events for music enthusiasts include Folk Three and the Ukulele Festival of Great Britain while the Midsummer Fiesta, Design Festival and FAB (Fashion and Beauty) offer extensive options for creative types.

Education

Cheltenham has a number of grammar and public schools such as the world-famous Cheltenham Ladies’ College founded in 1853. Cheltenham College, founded in 1841 was one of the first public schools of the Victorian age and holds the crown for hosting the oldest cricket festival in the world. For those looking to go into further education, the town has several University of Gloucestershire campuses.

Transport

Cheltenham’s convenient location means it’s situated less than a hundred miles from London and enjoys easy access from all parts of the UK. It’s great if you’re looking to explore the surrounding areas of the Cotswold’s, Stratford upon Avon and Bath.

Cheltenham Spa station offers fast and frequent services to the surrounding areas and further afield. Located along the Bristol-Birmingham mainline, services include Gloucester (nine minutes), Bristol (42 minutes) Swindon (one hour two minutes), London Paddington (two hours seven minutes) and Cardiff (one hour 16 minutes). There are also services to the North West, North East and Scotland.

For quick access into London, the Cheltenham Spa Express is a named passenger train that connects Cheltenham with London.

Cheltenham also benefits from strong road links, being next to the M5 motorway between Bristol and Birmingham. Its junction with the A417 to Swindon and the A40 runs from across the M5 through Cheltenham towards Oxford and London.

The closest airport to Cheltenham is Birmingham International which is approximately an hour away. A number of options for both domestic and international flights operate from here.