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Linden Homes is delighted to introduce the newest and brightest of their city-centre developments here in glorious Gloucester.
If location is an influential factor, Greyfriars Quarter wins hands down - this stylish new development has been created with convenience in mind.
Designed for the discerning buyer, the houses and apartments at Greyfriars Quarter combine modern and bright living spaces and a quality specification with a fine range of kitchen appliances to sustain a busy lifestyle - all set within attractive landscaped grounds.
This ancient city, founded by Romans in the 1st century, has flourished through two millennia and its long heritage is reflected in an abundance of beautifully preserved buildings that are crowned by the magnificent Norman cathedral.
Gloucester is a city that is eminently proud of its heritage yet is willing to embrace all that the future holds.
The city council is working in partnership to deliver an action plan that is already regenerating and revitalising parts of the city centre to create a more vibrant quarter for residents and workers.
Gloucester is geared up and ready to further improve its status as one of the country’s most lively and exciting visitor destinations.
Greyfriars Quarter borrows from the past yet forms a part of Gloucester’s future, one that is bright and full of potential.
The city centre’s two shopping malls, The Eastgate and Kings Walk are moments away on foot and provide an excellent range of high street names. The nearby outlet shopping centre at Gloucester Quays offers more than fifty stores including many designer brands at hard-to-resist prices. There are indoor and outdoor markets as well as a well-patronised farmer’s market every Friday.
It’s all right there at your fingertips
The Gloucester City Museum is virtually on your doorstep, their exhibits and interactive displays offer a real insight into the city’s heritage. Gloucester Cathedral and the quirky Folk Museum are towards the far end of Westgate Street while the King’s Theatre and Guildhall provide a varied repertoire of drama and dance, comedy and cabaret.
For many residents, life in Gloucester wouldn’t be the same without a regular visit to Kingsholm Stadium to proudly cheer on the legendary ‘Cherry and Whites’ – the city’s Premiership rugby team.
The city also boasts a multitude of more modern amenities including a multiscreen cinema, state-of-the-art leisure centres, go-karting, a ski and snowboard centre, city parks and a whole host of bars, clubs, pubs and restaurants to suit every purse and palate.
The lifestyle you dreamed of becomes a reality
Greyfriars Quarter provides the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating and lively city. Pop out for a quick morning coffee, wander round the park or down the canal towpath, plan a weekend’s activities for visiting friends – all without the need to use the car.
Your busy schedule will allow you more quality time, time to do the things that matter, that enrich your life.