Coxwell Street, CIRENCESTER


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A HIDDEN TREASURE in the historic heart of the town centre set behind a GATED DRIVEWAY providing privacy, tranquillity, PARKING and a GARAGE.

Dating from c. 1640 this substantial and WELL PRESENTED Grade II Listed 3 DOUBLE BEDROOM property in COXWELL STREET is perfect for those requiring seclusion and a quiet setting within a CENTRAL LOCATION.

Constructed of traditional Cotswold stone, of particular note the property is aligned with the majority of windows to its southern and western elevations which makes the most of the abundance of natural light to the principal rooms.

The accommodation comprises an IMPRESSIVE double height entrance hall with OAK STAIR CASE, spacious dining room alongside a SEPARATE LARGE drawing room with ornamental fireplace and patio doors to the pretty courtyard garden.

The unfurnished and centrally heated accommodation features a BESPOKE OAK KITCHEN with a range of fitted base and eye level units as well as a wide selection of included appliances.

To the first floor there is a GENEROUSLY SIZED master bedroom benefiting from extensive built in storage and an ENSUITE bathroom suite.

In addition there are 2 FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS together with a family bathroom, landing storage, study area and a large attic room for further storage.

Externally there is a SECLUDED courtyard garden and patio area with mature trees and shrubs providing further shelter and benefitting from a sunny aspect from lunchtime to sunset. There is also a sizable GARAGE as well as private parking - both VALUABLE FEATURES for town centre living.


Coxwell Street is one of the oldest streets in Cirencester and from here it is only a short walk to the Market Place which is dominated by the magnificent St. John the Baptist church, the largest parish church in Gloucestershire and one of the most impressive and spacious in England.

Cirencester itself is a beautiful market town (often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds) with a deep routed history dating all the way back to the Romans. With Cheltenham and Swindon both close at hand for commuting, Cirencester has remained a popular town with its excellent range of shops, galleries, bars and restaurants.

Coxwell Street is close to a number of local amenities including cafes and restaurants such as local favourites, Made by Bob, Cote Brasserie, Pizza Express and Jesse's Bistro as well as clothes shops including Crew, Fat Face, Joules and R Scott.

There are Waitrose, M&S Food and Tesco supermarkets within walking distance along with a number of smaller convenience stores where you can pick up everything you need. A number of craft markets and antique fairs take place throughout the year as well as a weekly street market and regular farmers market.

Social and sports activities are plentiful in the town and surrounding area with many active clubs and societies. The Cotswold leisure centre offers plenty of sporting facilities and opportunities with two swimming pools, a gym and a sports hall. The gym offers the latest fitness equipment whilst the sports hall has six courts for a range of sports including badminton, five-a-side football and basketball.

Within a short drive or cycle ride is the Cotswold Water Park with its many water based sport and leisure activities as well as a large number of equestrian opportunities and nature walks. Closer to home there is also the beautiful Abbey Grounds and Cirencester Park, a natural expanse of tranquillity just a short walk from the bustling town centre.

This rich tapestry of typically English countryside is part of Britain's largest designated area of outstanding natural beauty, with a spectacular landscape laced with a labyrinth of walkways, bridle paths and hidden treasures, perfect for gentle weekend rambles and fabulous days of exploring for the whole family.

Stroll through the parkland and ancient woodland of one of England's most beautiful estates, or wander around Abbey Grounds, home to beautiful trees, stunning greenery, a serene lake and even a bandstand which hosts performances during the summer months.

Further Afield

Cirencester's position allows convenient access to the surrounding area fast access to the M4, London and the West Country. The mainline stations at Swindon and Kemble enables London Paddington to be reached in just under an hour.

Other important cultural and regional centres such as Bath, Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester are also within comfortable commuting distance. For those interested in country pursuits the general area provides excellent riding country, hunting with the VWH and Beaufort Hounds, Polo at Cirencester, National Hunt racing at Cheltenham, Newbury and Bath.

Other sporting venues include Premiership rugby at Bath, Bristol and Gloucester, first class cricket at Bristol and the annual Cheltenham cricket festival is held in July. Golf at Cirencester, Shrivenham, and South Cerney.


For further information and to arrange to view please call Shelbie or Becky at Moore Allen & Innocent, Cirencester office on 01285 648 118 or by email at:

Viewings are welcomed by appointment 6 days a week although please be aware that viewings may require at least 24 hours' notice to arrange access.


These particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances, fittings, etc, been tested. If room sizes are included, they are for guidance and illustration purposes only. They may not be to scale and should not be relied upon for furnishing or other purposes. If there are any important matters likely to affect your decision to proceed please contact us before viewing the property.

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