Cirencester serves as a centre for surrounding villages providing extensive employment, leisure and education facilities. It lies on the River Churn, a tributary of the River Thames, which connects with the Cotswold Water Park, a significant wildlife and recreational area located 4 miles to the south of The Steadings.
The Steadings looks out across the beautiful countryside of Gloucestershire and is close to the Royal Agricultural University, the oldest agricultural college in the English-speaking world, and Cirencester Park.
The town is well connected with important road links to local cities and regular rail services from Kemble station, 5 miles away, to London Paddington taking 1 hour 20 minutes.
The Steadings is well connected to the local and national road and rail networks. It will also be served by existing and new public transport links.
Cirencester is already served by a wide range of amenities and The Steadings will expand this provision and offer a greater range of choice for new and existing residents.