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£85million Gloucester Quays development set to hit the market

The latest in the long line of developments in Gloucester Quays is set to open with more than 400 new homes set to hit the market.

The £85million development called The Waterfront will see 363 one-and-two-bedroom apartments and 49 two-or-three-bedroom houses hit the market.

Built by Crest Nicholson, the site close to Monk Meadow Dock off Hempstead Lane and by the Sainsbury's store offers contemporary homes and apartments.

Private parking and secure cycle storage are offered for each home while the Waterfront apartments will blend with the history and other developments of the site.

Sandra Dixon, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson South West said: "We are very excited to be back at Gloucester Quays launching The Waterfront, part of the ongoing redevelopment at Gloucester Quays.

"Made for modern lifestyles, The Waterfront is set to be very popular among young professionals in the area with its ideal location, and a wide range of restaurants, shops and other amenities right on the doorstep.

"We're expecting to see high levels of interest with our first residents expected to be moving in from October."

Following a series of successful pre-launch Open Days, the brand-new Sales and Marketing Hub, along with two show apartments are now open on site.

Prices range from £242,000 for a one-bed apartment to £274,000 for a two-bed apartment.

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