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New Gloucester Quays apartments about to hit the market

A new development of one and two-bedroom apartments in the heart of Gloucester Quays is about to hit the market.

Mariners Court overlooks the Victoria Basin and includes 14 apartments, all of which benefit from on-site parking behind secure electric gates.

Each of the apartments have contemporary bathrooms and kitchens, underfloor heating and modern fittings.

They will be marketed by Gloucester-based property agents Farr and Farr and an open day for prospective buyers has been scheduled for Saturday May 18.

Cape Homes are a multi award-winning development company based in Cheltenham who undertook the recent redevelopment of the Double Gloucester pub site on Cheltenham Road.

They won a Believe in Gloucester Regeneration Award for their 2017 development of Albion House in Southgate Street.

Cape Homes have also recently received a Civic Award from Cheltenham Borough Council for their redevelopment of the Axiom Apartments in the centre of Cheltenham.

For more information on Cape Homes visit capehomes.co.uk. 

Appointments for views at Mariners Court can be made by calling 01452 500025.

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