A thriving market town with a buzzing atmosphere and strong local heritage, Cirencester is an ideal place for your retirement. The town sits upon the scenic River Churn which is a tributary of the River Thames and was originally a Roman town. Strong signs of this history can still be found today with a Roman amphitheatre just one of the prominent archaeological discoveries made in the area.
As well as being a keen historical attraction, Cirencester is also an area of natural beauty with a proud sporting community. Cirencester Park offers plenty of woodland space and is only half a mile's walk away from our development, while Cotswold Water Park is approximately 5 miles away and accommodates a range of natural activities - including picnicking, camping, canoeing, bird watching, guided walks, archery and golf.
As well as these great attractions, Cirencester also supports a range of local amenities to make retirement living easy and carefree. A Waitrose supermarket sits directly adjacent to the development while the main town centre is just a short walk away with key shops including a Marks & Spencer food, Majestic Wine, Laura Ashley and Argos.
Our Cirencester development will be ideally positioned for those looking to visit regions such as Stratton, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Swindon and Stroud. Transport links are strong in the area, with good rail services from Kemble found 5 miles south-west of Cirencester, and reliable road connections via the A417/A419 which links homeowners to areas including Gloucester.