Naomi Gleeson

I have worked in the property industry for over 15 years with a background in international relocation, property finding and real estate in The Cotswolds and the surrounding area. I grew up in the market town of Malmesbury in Wiltshire before moving to Cheltenham to study for my degree in Sociology and Psychology. I have since made the Cotswolds my home and now live near Cirencester.

I love where I live and enjoy providing an insiders’ guide for those thinking of moving here.  I’ve built up a range of relationships with estate agents and other providers across the area, and my knowledge of the area means I can offer advice from schools to where to find the best coffee shops (I’ve tested most of them!).

When I’m not working, I am a keen runner and love nothing more than to get my trainers on and head out into the fresh air on a sunny morning, followed by a coffee or brunch at one of the independents in either Cirencester or Cheltenham. My husband and I love the Algarve, Kev loves the golf and I love the endless sunshine and beautiful beaches, even in the winter time its wonderful. We have been visiting for nearly 10 years, it has become our home from home, and our firm plan to retire there one day! I also spend as much time as I can with my nephew Alfie, we have a great bond, he is my little ray of sunshine and never fails to make me smile!

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