Land, Development & Residential
Powell's School House, 3 and 5 Gloucester Street, Cirencester, GL7 2DJ
A fine Grade II Listed former School and School House for conversion and renovation to two semi-detached dwellings with parking and courtyards, situated within easy walking distance of the town centre, and with full and Listed Building Consents. Proposed GIFA: 3 Gloucester Street - 115.5 sq.m; 5 Gloucester Street - 169.7 sq.m. Best offers to be received at Thomson & Partners offices by midday Monday 18th September 2017. NOW SOLD
Merchant's House, 39-41 Dyer Street, Cirencester, GL7 2PP
A handsome Grade II Listed period building prominently situated on Dyer street with ground floor retail and separate large three bed apartment on the upper floors. Producing £33,000 per annum. N.I.F.A 3,776 sq.ft.
Ophrys Barn, Siddington, Cirencester, GL7 6HN
A traditional barn with planning permission for conversion to a 4 bed dwelling including new access from the public highway, double garage with work space above and associated landscaping. Barn: GIFA 131.95sq.m. est. (1,420sq.ft.), Garage/work space: GIFA 66.17sq.m. est. (712sq.ft.), Total: 0.12ha. est. (0.29acre). SOLD
23 Market Place, Tetbury, 23 Market Place, Tetbury, GL8 8DD
Grade II Listed and dating to around the mid to late 17th Century the property comprises a ground floor lock-up shop with a 3 bed maisonette with fitted kitchen, sitting room and shower room located across the 3 floors above the shop. The shop is being sold with vacant possession and comprises a front showroom / retail area with good display frontage and entrance directly onto The Market Place, rear store / office behind with lockable door to maisonette. Suitable for an investment purchaser or owner/ occupier. Ground Floor Retail: approx. 456sq.ft. (43sq.m) Upper Floors 3 Bed Maisonette: approx. 600sq.ft. 56sq.m.) Flat producing £695 pcm Now Sold
The Former Mission Hall, Woodmancote, Nr Cirencester, GL7 7EF
A tin tabernacle- a temporary church constructed of a corrugated iron on a timber frame, probably built in 1910-1920 and known as the Mission Hall, Woodmancote and now considered to be past its useful life. G.I.F.A. approx. 545 sq.ft. Site area approx. 0.069 acre.