Fairford

Estate agent in Fairford

 

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E: fairford@perrybishop.co.uk E: lettings@perrybishop.co.uk E: landandnewhomes@perrybishop.co.uk

Opening hours

  • Mon, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday   9:00am - 5:30pm
  • Weds   9:30am - 5:30pm
  • Sat:   9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sun:   Closed

Your committed team

From the smallest property to the grandest home we focus on what’s important to you.

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Jim Chamberlayne

Senior Associate Director

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Simon Wilkinson

Associate

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Maggie Midgley

Client Manager

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Lynne Rollings

Client Manager

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Stephanie McPherson

Client Manager

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Lucy James

Customer Manager

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Harriet Whittam

Sales Progressor

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Mark Thompson

Sales Progressor

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Kim Wood

Head of Admin

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Daisy Alban-Jones

Associate Director Lettings

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Laura Porter

Lettings Administrator

Latest Properties

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4-bedroom House

£500,000guide Price

High Street, Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6

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3-bedroom House

£300,000asking Price

Arnolds Way, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

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3-bedroom House

£300,000offers In Excess

Harris Road, Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire, SN6

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2-bedroom apartment

£135,000asking Price

Melmore Gardens, Cirencester, GL7

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4-bedroom House

£550,000asking Price

Sarah Thomas Walk, Cirencester Road, Fairford, Gloucestershire, GL7

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3-bedroom House

£650,000guide Price

The Cottage, Aldsworth, GL54

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2-bedroom apartment

£230,000asking Price

Acanthus Court, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

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2-bedroom House

£225,000guide Price

Sperringate, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7

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2-bedroom apartment

£300,000asking Price

Beecham Lodge, Somerford Road, Cirencester, GL7

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Our charity partner of the year

We are delighted to support CHYP who receive a donation from every house sold by our Cirencester office. This invaluable local charity offer support to people across the community in Cirencester and nearby villages who are vulnerable and marginalised.

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Selling and letting in Fairford

Perry Bishop has successfully helped sellers and landlords in Fairford market their property and achieve the best price for a number of years. Our team will be with you each step of the way, making sure you understand every move so you can make informed decisions.  

From a detailed property valuation that takes into account the local Fairford housing market to reporting feedback from viewings to liaising with the relevant parties, we’ll be offering our expert advice and guidance to make sure you get your sale or let over the line. Below, we’ve created a local area guide for buyers or renters looking to move to Fairford.

Fairford guide

Fairford is a well located town that sits on a lovely stretch of the River Coln in the Cotswold Hills situated east of Cirencester, west of Lechlade and north of Swindon.

About Fairford

It has origins dating back to the 9th Century and was also an important coaching town on the old London to Gloucester route with some of the inns and hotels today, reminders of this bygone era.  

There has been a mill in Fairford since Medieval times, the mill even gets a mention in the Domesday Book. In 1086 there were actually three working mills belonging to Fairford Manor, one of which was on the site of the current mill.

 

Local amenities in Fairford

Although a small town, Fairford benefits from a wide range of shops catering for everyday needs with facilities including a doctor’s surgery, hospital outpatient clinic, dentist, opticians and library.  

The town has a traditional market every Wednesday with a variety of stalls including fish, cheese, fresh flowers and plants, jewellery, artisan foods and much more, along with a continental market twice a year and a festive market for Christmas on the first Friday of December. 

There is a good selection of schooling around the area with Fairford having its own pre-school, primary school and secondary school.

Leisure and activities in Fairford

The town has a great community spirit and an abundance of clubs for all ages including sports clubs, environmental societies and art clubs along with many community events like the annual Town Council Festive Market and Fairford Festival which takes place over a weekend. Full of fun and filled with events for all ages, there are fun runs, live music, parades, children’s parties, art and historical photographic exhibitions. Every July, the Royal International Air Tattoo comes to town which is the biggest military air show in the world.

Fairford attracts many walkers, there are short heritage walks around the town along with picturesque walks in the countryside and along the River Coln where there is the opportunity to see kingfishers, swans, little grebe, brown trout and water voles. Cotswold Water Park offers water based activities as well as walking, cycling and wildlife spotting. It also has its own beach and despite its size, 150 lakes in 40 square miles, it’s a well kept secret.  

The Walnut Tree Field located in the centre of town has something for everyone with its children’s playground, tennis courts, skate ramp, basketball net, table tennis and adult exercise equipment. Also, Farmor’s Sports Centre offers sports and fitness activities along with fitness programmes to suit people of all ages. The town is also well served with four pubs, one hotel, a great Italian restaurant in the town centre and a number of local cafés.

Transport links in Fairford

Roads running through Fairford connect the town to the M4 or M5 motorway and the closest railway station is Swindon. You’ll find frequent services to London Paddington, Swansea and Bristol Temple Meads. 

Local area data and amenities

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A very friendly team who communicated regularly throughout the process.

Glen A, Cirencester

An exceptionally professional team. They kept us updated on a regular date, where our own estate agents were lacking.

John L, Cirencester

Very proactive and helpful to keep the ball moving and tracking developments to help progress the transaction.

Toby B, Cirencester