The Waterfront, 1-2 bed homes
Welcome to The Waterfront
Gloucester's dockside has undergone a dramatic transformation. The beautiful Victorian architecture remains, which is now joined by modern counterparts. Where ships once discharged cargo, smart narrow boats, cruisers and yachts drift by. What had become a forgotten area but is now the place to go — the place to put down roots and live a glorious life by the water.
Not only are the Quays a great place to live, with good transport connections to Cheltenham, Bristol or even Birmingham, Gloucester itself and the wider area have so much to offer. From a tantalising mix of shops to popular festivals, renowned museums and endless entertainment. And for those who love the outdoors, it's nestled in the lush Severn Valley, overlooked by the picturesque Cotswold Hills.
Own a share from 25% to 75%
Carpet and flooring included
Allocated car parking
Local shops and amenities
Wide choice of nearby schools
*Disclaimer: The 3D tours are representative of the show homes
Local area information
Gloucester’s dockside has undergone a dramatic transformation. The beautiful Victorian architecture remains, which is now joined by modern counterparts.
Where ships once discharged cargo, smart narrowboats, cruisers, and yachts drift by. What had become a forgotten area is now the place to go – the place to put down roots and live a glorious life by the water.
Local shops and amenities: Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet, Sainsbury's, Next, Home Bargains, Iceland, Hobbycraft, Aldi, The Gym
Nearest schools/nursery: Hempsted Primary School, Linden Primary School, St Paul’s C of E Primary School, Ribston Hall High School, Into-Play at the Quays
Nearest station: Gloucester Railway Station
Nearby chain restaurants: Beefeater, Coal Kitchen, Bill’s, TGI Fridays, Wagamama, Five Guys, Burger King
Nearby attractions: Cineworld, National Waterways Museum, Warehouse Climbing & Caving Centre, The Tailor of Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, JDR Karting