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This freehold block is located in Gloucester Quays which is one of the largest and most ambitious regeneration developments in the UK. The Docks and Quays have been transformed into a thriving residential, shopping and leisure quarter.
This convenient location within the city centre and easy access to the surrounding area makes the docks a popular place to live for those working in the city. The unique waterside position also attracts residents from Cheltenham and beyond.
Accommodation within the docks includes a mix of warehouse conversions and new build apartment complexes. These vary in size from 1-3 bedrooms.
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Gloucester is a city and a district in the county of Gloucestershire, in the west of country of England by the welsh border. It is situated 31 miles north north-east of Bristol and around 50 miles west of Oxford.
The area is serviced by Gloucester railway station which is mainly operated by Great Western Railway. Frequent train services are run to destinations such as London Paddington, Reading, Bristol and Cardiff Central. Crosscountry also has a line running from Cardiff to Nottingham, connecting this area to several destinations towards the north. The M5 motorway which runs east of the city links the southwest to the midlands.
Kings square is market square at the centre of town and connects the Kings Walking Shopping centre with the Market Parade and The Oxbode. This area is known as the Kings Quarter and features a largely pedestrianised outdoor area around this area that in enriched with several high street favourites and small boutiques. In this area one will also find an array of bars and restaurants to feed all of ones dining needs. A short walk from this area is the newly built stylish indoor shopping mall Gloucester Quays Outlet which features high street and designer brands at discounted prices. There are multiple cultural attractions in the area also including Gloucester Cathedral and the museum of Gloucester.
Gloucester is historically known for its aerospace industry and is still home to Gloucester Aircraft Company. There are also job opportunities from large employers that have offices in town such as Ecclesiastical Insurance, Llyods Banking, TSB Bank, EDF energy and many more.
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