Apartment 46 is a beautiful one-bedroom property at our popular Llanthony Place development in Gloucester Quays. The apartment is located on the third floor, is east facing, and measures 53 square metres.
About Llanthony Place
Offering age exclusive housing for those over 70, our brand new Retirement Living plus development sits right at the heart of one of the country's most prized areas of natural beauty. With a central position in the historic city of Gloucester, this is the perfect opportunity to find a comfortable home for your retirement.
McCarthy Stone apartments combine the luxury and comforts of modern living with a host of practical details to make day-to-day living as easy as possible. Each apartment comes fitted with 24-hour emergency call systems as standard. Domestic assistance is offered as part of the maintenance fee. Additional assistance can be requested as necessary.
Llanthony Place is conveniently placed for access to the bustling quay area of the city, which is a centre for shopping and socialising. A number of bars and restaurants line the waterfront, whilst several high street name shops can be found along the neighbouring streets.We are pleased to announce we have opened our brand new on-site Show Complex. Contact us today to book an appointment to take a tour of our stunning show complex and communal areas. Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10.30am – 5pm. Local Area
The Cathedral city of Gloucester sits right at the heart of the stunning Cotswolds, providing unrivalled access to some of Britain's best rural landscapes and countryside walks. Having been a settlement area since the Roman times, the area also offers a rich sense of history and culture.
Visitors and locals will enjoy a visit to the beautiful 11th century Cathedral in the city which has become a popular filming location and has recently appeared in the Harry Potter films as well as Doctor Who and Wolf Hall. Entry to the Cathedral is free and there are regular events including concerts and lectures as well as organ recitals and site tours.
The historic dock area itself also offers plenty of attractions including regular boat tours and a waterways museum, which explains the history of the country's most inland harbour. Access to the Alney Island Nature Reserve can also be gained from the quay area, allowing visitors to explore the unique local wildlife of the waterways.
Art lovers will find plenty to entertain them at the Nature in Art Gallery and Museum, where a fine Georgian mansion houses a large collection of art works that have been inspired by nature, the surrounding area and further afield.
Open by appointment only
The development sits just 0.7 miles
from the city centre and 1 mile
from Gloucester Train Station.
Gloucester Quays outlet shopping centre is under 0.5 miles
away, with plenty of shops and restaurants to explore. It is also home to a Food and Craft Market as well as the annual Victorian Christmas Market.
Getting to Location
If you are using a Sat Nav system you may need the full address of this development. The postcode is newly created by Royal Mail and may not be accurate for some months.