Cirencester Estate Agents

Butler Sherborn Cirencester Office

Please note the following:

  • To protect our staff, we ask that you do wear a face covering, if you are able, when you enter the office
  • Our staff will wear face coverings when customers come in
  • There are sanitisers in reception for use

cirencester@butlersherborn.co.uk
T: 01285 883740
F: 01285 644672

Opening Hours

Weekdays 09:00-17:30
Saturday 09:30-12:30

Jubilee Bank Holiday Our offices will be closed over the Jubilee Bank Holiday Thursday 2nd June re-opening on Monday 6th June. Viewings will still be taking place during this time, so please make sure you book your appointment by 5:30pm on Wednesday 1st June .

Key Contacts

Sam Butler

"Butler Sherborn is a tight team not just in each branch, but across the firm. Our value is in our staff, who are chosen for their dedication to clients, expertise and inexhaustible energy in achieving desired conclusion for our clients."

— Sam Butler, Senior Partner
sam@butlersherborn.co.uk
01285 883740

Richard Greasby

"Butler Sherborn’s Rural and Professional department prides itself on providing tailored personal and professional advice to a wide variety of property owners and occupiers through the application of sound commercial knowledge, environmental awareness and careful understanding of our clients aims and expectations."

— Richard Greasby, Head of Rural
richard@butlersherborn.co.uk
01285 883740

Estate Agents Cirencester

Cirencester is a thriving market town dating back to the Roman period. In the centre of the town, the majority of the buildings are of Cotswold stone, and date from both the medieval and Regency periods. The beautiful church of St John The Baptist dominates the Market Square, The Corinium Museum is a highly informative facility, and Cirencester Park abuts the centre of the town. The Agricultural University coupled with Cirencester Polo Club inject a youthful optimism and energy into the town.

The King’s Head Hotel in the Market Place offers a lovely place to stay in the centre of Cirencester. Made By Bob and Cote are among many good restaurants, and the town boasts a number of independent shops, such as Octavia’s Bookshop and Jessie Smith’s butchers, as well as Joules, Crew, Fat Face and Phase 8. An artisan and produce market is held weekly in The Market Place.

Butler Sherborn's Cirencester estate agents branch is located on Castle Street.

Our Cirencester office is the largest of the three offices across the Cotswolds. The senior partner, Sam Butler is based in the Cirencester office, together with the Rural Department led by Richard Greasby, the Residential team headed by Sophie Keogh and the administrative departments, book keeping and accounts, run by Jen Regan.

Cirencester Town Centre with our Estate Agents office

Success Stories

Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £1,125,000
Outstanding Service. Honest. Efficient. Responsive. On it.
David and Ash Cox , July 2022

Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £650,000

Friendly and efficient service - I’ve been very happily dealing with both the sales and rental departments for over 10 years. I thoroughly recommend using Butler Sherborn.
Belinda, June 2022

Poulton, Gloucestershire

Guide Price £2,250,000

Selling my family home was always going to be a challenge. A wrench for me, as I had lived there since childhood, and for Butler Sherborn, a challenge, as it is beautiful, and Grade I Listed. Butler Sherborn worked tirelessly to ensure a sympathetic buyer was secured, and nothing was too much trouble for them in the process. I could not recommend them more highly.
Nick Sandford , May 2022

Charlbury, Oxfordshire

Guide Price £900,000

Once again, many many thanks for your help throughout. It has been a pleasure to work with you and our decision to choose Butler Sherborn to sell our house, definitely the best one.  

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