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1-3, Dollar Street & 1 Coxwell Street, Cirencester

GL7 2AJ
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Guide Price — £1,650,000

House - Townhouse

1-3
Dollar Street & 1 Coxwell Street
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 2AJ

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bedroomsBedrooms: 9
receptionsReceptions: 8
bathroomsBathrooms: 3
  • A Unique Opportunity
  • Three Interlinked Grade II Listed Townhouses
  • Part Retail Use
  • Parking Space
  • South West Facing Garden
  • In All Approximately 6,760 SqFt

1-3, Dollar Street & 1 Coxwell Street, Cirencester

A unique opportunity to develop these fine interlinked Grade II Listed properties occupying the corner of Dollar and Coxwell Street, with part retail use, parking and a south-west facing rear garden. In all approximately 6,760 sq ft.

These three adjoining properties provide in excess of 6,000 sq ft of accommodation with extensive cellars and a south west facing enclosed garden. Historically three separate houses with internal access created between the properties, they have most recently been used as a vicarage, meeting rooms and a shop. The houses in Dollar Street are believed to date back to the late 17th or early 18th Century with handsome facades and fine period details and provide excellent living space including generous attics and a retail area.

Of particular note is the stunning first floor drawing room that spans the front of No 1 Dollar Street with broad plank flooring, high ceilings and five tall casement windows with window seats and working shutters. Further period details include stone paved flooring, exposed beams and a variety of original fireplaces. No 1 and No 3 are currently interconnected at first and second floor levels, with the retail space in No 3 reached via a concealed staircase from the first floor bathroom.

The spacious former shop is particularly attractive with deep curved bay windows, exposed supporting timbers, some stone flooring and an original range. The property extends into No 1 Coxwell Street, which was used as meeting rooms and is reached via a door from the rear of the retail premises. This handsome gabled house dates from the mid 17th Century and retains extensive exposed stone walls, stone mullion windows, a large inglenook fireplace and original beams.

There is evident scope to remodel and update the whole property, subject to the necessary Listed and planning permissions, which may include change of use for the retail element.

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