Conveyancing in Gloucester
Buying a house in Gloucester
Nestled on the banks of the River Severn, Gloucester is a smaller city in England’s South West. The county town of the Gloucestershire region, its population stands close to 130,000 residents, and you’ll find many attractive properties for sale in the surrounding area.
Here at My Home Move Conveyancing, we’ve been tailoring our knowledge of housing markets like the one in Gloucester since 2001, meaning we offer an expert service to our clients for conveyancing in Gloucester and beyond.
The average price paid for a house in Gloucester over the last year is £233,663, which is slightly lower than the area’s average property value, which stands at £245,503. The most popular type of property was semi-detached homes, which went for an average of £233,096, while detached properties sold for £339,394 and flats for £125,279.
The local authority responsible for property in the area is Gloucester City Council. They can be contacted on 01452 396396, or at the following address:
Gloucester City Council
The local area
With its name coming from the Welsh for ‘bright fort’, it’s no surprise Gloucester has a long history. With origins dating back to the Roman Empire, the city is home to a number of hugely important buildings, including the famous and celebrated Gloucester Cathedral. That’s not to say it isn’t a thoroughly modern place though, with all your favourite high street stores and restaurants calling Gloucester home, alongside an excellent selection of independents.
Gloucester is the county town of Gloucestershire, an area that encompasses neighbouring Stroud and Cheltenham, as well as much of the stunning Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The M5 motorway runs just east of the city, offering fast access to nearby Bristol, or northwards towards much of England. There’s a train station in Central Gloucester, with services running to major cities like Cardiff and London, while the closest airport is Bristol Airport – around an hour away.
If you’ve little ones to think about, primary school options in the area include Kingsholm CofE Primary and St. Mary’s Catholic Primary. Local secondary schools include Sir Thomas Rich’s school – rated as outstanding by Ofsted – as well as The Crypt School, which has a history dating back to the 16th Century.
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