Spacious entrance hall provides access to various cupboards, including the utility space which provides plumbing for an automatic washing machine alongside additional storage.
Open plan living overlooking the surrounding Dock land from the Orchard Square through to the Main Water Basin with views across the Orchard Square and inlet canal to May Hill beyond. Modern Kitchen looking towards the Historic Warehouse conversion provides ample storage alongside integral dishwasher, low level oven, four ring gas hob and fridge freezer.
The well proportioned space is bright and airy with ample natural light which continues through to both double bedrooms, with the master being located on the second floor with en-suite shower room and continuation of the far reaching views. The family bathroom continues to provide a panelled bath with shower over, W.C, and wash hand basin which in turn completes the apartment.
With telephone entry system, secure allocated parking viewing is highly advised.
To the south of the main docks area is the Gloucester Quays designer outlet centre, which has an outstanding mix of high street and designer labels, with an array of eateries and waterfront bars. Moving into the historic City, you will find Gloucester Cathedral and a number of independent shops and boutiques, the newly renovated bus station providing regular services to all surrounding suburbs, alongside a direct line to London Paddington from the train station a short 1.5 miles distance away.
Gloucester City Council - Tax Band C.
Mains Water, Drainage, Gas & Electric.
Tenure - Leasehold.
Leasehold of 200 years (less 20 days) from 1st January 1992. Managed by Ash & Co at an approximate charge of £2,580 per annum for year ending 2021. (Part covers normal shared building maintenance, management and insurances; just over 40% covers Docks Service Charge (DSC) including security, CCTV, cleaning and maintenance for the private Docks estate, operated by GDECL).
*Information correct as of 11/10/21*