Gloucester is a city that offers the best of both worlds with its rich history balanced alongside modern day comforts. Plus, with its close proximity to the River Severn and beautiful Cotswolds, it’s no wonder that so many people want to call it home.
It won’t take you long to appreciate the incredible heritage of the city, all you have to do is look at the 11-century Gloucester Cathedral’s stunning Gothic and Romanesque architecture. Other historical sites and museums let you delve deeper into Gloucester’s industrial past, including the Museum of Gloucester & Art Gallery, Gloucester Life Museum and the National Waterways Museum.
If you prefer something a little more modern, then the bustling 60-store Gloucester Quays offers the best in shopping and entertainment, while the city’s many theatres and music venues cater to every taste imaginable. Meanwhile, Gloucester’s impressive culinary and nightlife scenes ensure that you could hit the town every night of the week and still have a lifetime’s worth of restaurants, bars and pubs to explore.
There’s so much to do in the city but should you ever want to explore the rest of the country and beyond, you will find that Gloucester is conveniently located around an hour’s drive from Bristol Airport. Excellent transport links also make the city an ideal choice for commuters, with the Gloucester railway station offering regular services to the capital, as well as Bristol and Wales.
Gloucester really is a great place to call home and if you want to get your foot on the property ladder here, then Shared Ownership homes in Gloucester can help first time buyers. Our Help to Buy homes in Gloucester can also help you settle down in a home you really love.
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