Property for sale in Cirencester: Five of the best on the market now

Property for sale in Cirencester: Five of the best on the market now
What's the first thing you think of when someone mentions the Cotswolds?

Open space?

Fresh air?

Amazing walks?

Or those quintessentially English yellow stone cottages?

Whatever springs to mind, Cirencester's location on the edge of the Cotswolds combines the best of great properties, rural living and easy access to the towns and cities of Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire.

Let's take a look at what's on the market in Cirencester right now...

Cirencester homes for sale

Houses for sale in Cirencester aren't just about those famous yellow stone properties - but they are so great, they're hard to ignore!

And Cotswold stone is still be used to build brilliant homes in more recent years, as this modern four-bedroom house on Brewin Close proves.

Cirencester house 1

Lovingly extended, it boasts a huge 25ft kitchen diner - open plan family living at its finest.

The classic Cotswold stone is also on show inside as well as out, making it a true Cirencester property in every sense of the word.

In a similar vein, this four-bedroom detached house is also made from the classic yellow stone and is just a mile from Cirencester town centre - or a 20-minute walk if you prefer.

Cirencester house 2

Ideal for a family, Watermoor Primary School, rated 'Good' by Ofsted, is within walking distance, while older children are catered for by Kingshill School, also rated 'Good'.

You can get a classic Cotswold stone family property for less than £400,000, too, as this three-bedroom semi-detached house proves.

Cirencester house 3

It's now a tasteful and practical mixture of old and new as period features have been enhanced by modern touches, like a wet room and sleek kitchen.

Flats for sale in Cirencester

Even apartments in Cirencester are in keeping with the yellow stone and this two-bedroom penthouse is a great example, located close to the town centre but in a quiet cul-de-sac.

Cirencester apartment 1

The property is modern and spacious and on the market for less than £200,000.

Finally, this two-bedroom flat in the heart of the town centre might lack the Cotswold stone exterior but more than makes up for that in space and potential.

Cirencester apartment 2

The property also has its own entrance and two great-sized bedrooms, as well as gas central heating and a B rating on the Energy Performance Certificate.

Property prices in Cirencester

There's also great value to be found in Cirencester, as you may have seen from the properties featured in this piece.

While many areas of the Cotswolds command huge prices for classic stone houses, period and regency homes, period terraces in Cirencester are available for less than £300,000 - averaging £280,242 according to Rightmove.

Larger semi-detached homes averaged £320,206 over the past year, while flats fetched £192,527 on average.

Estate agents in Cirencester

If any of the properties listed here appeal to you, please do contact the team at CJ Hole Cirencester and we would be happy to discuss your needs and arrange a viewing.