Introducing Earls Park by Matthew Homes in Gloucester

Matthew Homes are pleased to announce the launch of their new exclusive development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom new homes and 2 bedroom apartments located within walking distance of the historic City of Gloucester and the waterside setting of the Gloucester Quays and Docks Gloucester. There are a variety of designs and materials used to create an exciting new environment.

 

Gloucester Outlet village is based within the Gloucester Docks with many designer outlets, popular eateries including Nandos, Carluccios, Zizzis, Brew House and Kitchen and many more tempts visitors from near and far. There is also a well renowned farmers’ market running every Friday offering local farmers’ produce.

 

The development is conveniently located for the M5 motorway north and southbound, while Gloucester railway station runs frequent services to Cheltenham, London, Bristol, Cardiff, Nottingham and Birmingham.

 

The city is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty including the Cotswolds and The Royal Forest of Dean, ideal for a day out in the countryside with beautiful villages to explore and spectacular walks.

 

The first release of homes are now available to reserve.  They are a range of 2 bedroom apartments with good sized living/kitchen space with integrated washer/dryer, master bedroom with en-suite and some even have Juliet balconies. All have allocated parking.

 

Also for sale are two different styles of 3 bedroom houses, The Bohon and The Mandeville all with kitchen/dining and separate living rooms. All the houses come with integrated washer/dryer and dishwasher. The kitchens are contemporary with soft close units and stainless steel oven, hob and hood. They are generous sized homes that come with 2 parking spaces.

 

Currently we are selling from Michael Tuck Estate Agents in Gloucester, 233 Bristol Road, Gloucester, GL1 5TL

 

For further information or an appointment to view please contact Michael Tuck New Homes in Gloucester on 07717 582222.

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