Knight Frank Cirencester

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Welcome to Knight Frank in Cirencester

Knight Frank have had an office in Cirencester since 1985.

Cirencester estate agent, Knight Frank, handles residential property for sale in an area covering Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, from the River Severn and the M5 to the west, the M4 to the south and A361 to the east.

Horsley Hill, Horsley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 guide price £4,750,000

Alderley, Gloucestershire, GL12 price on application

Foxcote, Andoversford, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 guide price £500,000

The Vatch, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 guide price £1,250,000

Lower Mill Estate, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 asking price £695,000

Coln Park, Claydon Pike, Nr Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 guide price £3,000,000

Cheltenham Road, Colesbourne, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 asking price £1,250,000

South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 guide price £4,250,000

Ampney St Peter, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 guide price £465,000

West End, Northleach, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 guide price £1,350,000

Daglingworth, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 offers in excess of £2,500,000

Inglestone Common, Hawkesbury Upton, Nr Badminton, Gloucestershire,... guide price £645,000

Blunsdon, Wiltshire, SN26 offers in excess of £1,950,000

Ampney Knowle, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 asking price £6,000,000

Far Oakridge, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 guide price £3,600,000

Pancake Hill, Chedworth, Gloucestershire, GL54 guide price £995,000

Hardie Close, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 guide price £480,000

Caudle Green, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 guide price £795,000


The local property market has performed well this summer with strong buyer demand not seen since 2007. The price differential between London and the Country is now at its greatest; according to the latest Knight Frank UK Prime Country House Index Report, a prime central London property worth £2,000,000 in 2007 is now worth £3,330,000; a prime country house is now worth £1,780,000. UK property is recognized globally as an exceptional asset class and our research reveals that this will continue in coming years.

Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds will continue to hold a caché for London buyers; you can be surrounded by idyllic landscapes yet still be within easy reach of London. Increasingly buyers are looking for space in which to work from home and buyers relocating from London often do so in order to release capital from the sale of their homes in order to fund school fees and of course in this area we can boast some of the best public schools in the country. Gourmet standard pub dining and lifestyle outlets such as the Daylesford Organics in Daylesford and the Highgrove shop in Tetbury are also a major draw; furthermore equestrian lovers are spoilt for choice with racecourses, events, hunts, pony clubs and polo grounds to choose from.

In June this year we agreed 40% more sales than in the same period in 2013 and exchanged contracts on 60% more properties. The sound advice that we offer to both buyers and sellers, good preparation and due diligence have been critical to achieve this success. We can provide clients with market-leading research in order to deliver excellent advice and we also provide access to buyers via our 7 local offices, 22 central London offices, 68 national offices and also to the global market via our international network of 335 offices, all with industry-leading technology."
Atty Beor-Roberts FRICS Regional Chairman

  • Knight Frank Cirencester

    The area the Cirencester office covers includes Bibury to Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford to Berkeley, Chippenham to Condicote, Malmesbury to Moreton-in-Marsh, Nailsworth to Northleach, Painswick to Purton, Sherston to Stow-on-the-Wold, and Tetbury to Turkdean. 

    Known as the “Capital of the Cotswolds”, Cirencester is an historic Roman town which lies on the River Churn in the heart of the Cotswolds. The market square is dominated by the cathedral-like Church of St. John the Baptist, one of the largest in England.

    The town has a modern community feel, full of tastefully restored courtyards, and home to an endless number of independent shops, craft fairs and antique markets. Cirencester has a fantastic arts centre, a diverse range of restaurants, cafes and bars, excellent schools and transport links.

    Surrounded by picturesque countryside and lively, thriving, rural communities, the area is ideal for commuters and families alike.

    Cirencester completes an important link with its neighbouring offices in Cheltenham, Hereford, Oxford, Stratford, Worcester, Bath, Bristol and Hungerford, which combine to provide an unrivalled knowledge of the Gloucestershire. Why use us With a combined experience of 85 years (between our 5 negotiators), our Cirencester team is perfectly poised to advise on all of your property requirements.

  • Why use us

    We deal in country, village and town property including: agricultural estates, farms, manor houses, rectories, farmhouses, village and town houses, traditional stone country cottages, new stone properties, converted barns and other stone conversions and we have specialists in land, country houses and equestrian property.

    With a combined experience of 85 years (between our 5 negotiators), our Cirencester team is perfectly poised to advise on your property requirements.

    Backed up by a Research Department that is second to none and the largest Country Department of all the national agents, we can provide market appraisals you can really trust. Our in depth knowledge of the local market, combined with our extensive network of offices in the UK and around the world, means that we are able to match property to the best possible buyer.

    We build relationships with our clients and our applicants which means that, whether they come from Cirencester, Chiswick or China, we can source the best possible match from our ever-growing database of potential purchasers. In 2012, 37.4% of country sales sold privately , i.e. without any advertising.

    You can expect personal and attentive service from us; a trusted advisor to support you through the process of buying, selling or managing your property, and to help solve any difficulties you may come across along the way.

    Many clients come back to us for advice on anything from purchasing a property abroad, to how they might be affected by a proposed development or how to secure the best mortgage.

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  • Gloucester House
  • 60 Dyer Street
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  • Gloucestershire
  • GL7 2PT
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