- Residential sales
- Land management
Our Cirencester Strutt & Parker team are based in the center of the Cotswold’s principle market town and provides a multi-disciplinary service.
Our estate agency team cover the southern half of the Cotswolds from Windrush Vale in the north, Lechlade in the East, Chippenham to the south and the Severn and Forest of Dean in the West and major in residential sales typically best in class, whether this is a cottage or a castle, building plot or a farm. The average house price is around £1 million, however our database has several buyers actively looking in the range of £250,000 up to several million.
Our Land Management team works in close proximity with the Oxford team to provide consultancy advice across Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and North Wiltshire. Within the Land Management team there are expertise in estate management, commercial property management, strategic reviews, formal valuations and farm agency.
At Burford Road Junction of the A417/A419, take the A429 to Cirencester. At the next roundabout, follow signs for Town Centre. Proceed straight ahead at the traffic lights into Lewis Lane. Take the first right into South Way and follow this road into West Way. At the next T junction turn right into Dyer Street. The office is immediately on the left.
The nearest train station is Kemble which is 4.5 miles away (55 minute journey to London Paddington). For train times call 08457 484950.
Parking is available very close by at Forum on South Way, and on Market Place. Both are pay and display car parks.
What our clients have to say
Thank you to you and the team at Strutt & Parker for helping us with our purchase. We are delighted with the property and the whole process was very straightforward.
The whole experience could not have been more professionally and personally managed. With 20 viewings and 2 offers in the 1st week we could not have asked for more.
I have been involved in many property transactions, but I’ve not worked with any more intrepid than you. Thank you Ben very much indeed.