House on market for £1.65 million in Cirencester

A luxurious millionaire property in Cirencester has been described as a ‘unique opportunity’. 

These interlinked Grade II Listed properties are close to the centre of historic Cirencester and the area comprising Coxwell Street, Dollar Street and adjoining Gosditch Street which are what was historically the more affluent part of Cirencester. 

This part of the town was occupied originally by wealthy wool merchants who built their homes here in the 17th and 18th centuries.  

According to Butler Sherborn, there is a potential to create an impressive home, small hotel or mixed use residential/commercial venture with an Airbnb or retail outlet. 

Historically these were three separate houses and now they have internal access between them and have most recently been used as a vicarage, meeting rooms and formerly a well-known bookshop.  

No. 1 Dollar Street notably features a stunning first floor drawing room that spans the width of the building, and includes broad plank flooring, high ceilings and five tall casement windows with window seats and working shutters.

The spacious former shop at No. 3 has great character with deep curved bay windows, exposed supporting timbers, stone flooring and an original range.

No. 1 Coxwell Street next door is a handsome gabled house dating from the mid-17th century, and retains extensive exposed stone walls, stone mullion windows, a large inglenook fireplace and original beams.  

The whole property could easily be updated and remodelled, subject to appropriate planning and change of use permissions.

The guide price is £1.65million and you can find more information here

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