5 Great Reasons to Rent in Gloucester
There are many great reasons to live in Gloucester including a rich variety of historical landmarks, along with many regenerated areas featuring modern apartments, bars and restaurants. Below are 5 great reasons why you should consider renting a property in this fabulous city.
1. Things to do
Gloucester began as a small town born in the Roman Empire, and has matured into a thriving modern city of today. The union of historical and modern influence has given birth to a rife variety of attractions, offering something for everyone. From fine dining at restaurants on the docks, along with all the favourites such as; Coal Grill & Bar, Chimichanga, Ed’s Easy Diner, Nando’s, PizzaExpress, and Portivo Lounge. To trips to the Waterways Museum with the kids, to nights at the cinema and drinks at the local bars and clubs, Gloucester caters for all.
2. Property Rental Prices
Rental prices for homes in Gloucester are low, with average monthly rent costing less in Gloucester than both of the nearby towns of Cheltenham and Swindon. Although there has been a steady increase in the cost of rental prices over the last four years, Gloucester offers many rental properties below the national average of £751 giving you the freedom to spend more money on the things you love! This is definitely a reason to consider re-locating to Gloucester, especially if you are on a financial budget.
3. Travel and commuting
Commuting to your place of work or education, or trips to visiting places and people couldn’t be made easier with Gloucester travel. The central Gloucester train station and M5 motorway neighbouring Gloucester City makes for easy commuting, along with a network of bus routes that make travel to local and surrounding locations easy.
4. The Employment Market
Finding employment can prove challenging to most of us, especially for young people and students looking to take that first step. Gloucester offers many different youth support centres and services which offer guidance and help for people looking to find employment. Being a city with a diverse range of options to help along your own career path, consider Gloucester as the place of opportunities. For more information on jobs and opportunities in Gloucester visit: GlosJobs.co.uk
5. Your Family
Choosing a home for your family is choosing a future. When considering the environment of which to raise your family, the vital factors you need to consider are; the availability of leisure activities, social activities and places of education such as schools and colleges. Gloucester has a rich variety of social and leisure clubs for people of all ages, and many different places of education to choose from. For people looking to broaden their horizons with furthering their education, Gloucester City University holds many opportunities for aspiring students.
Just a few miles away from Gloucester city are rolling hills and countryside including many rural villages such as; Painswick, Cranham, and Sheepscombe. With quaint pubs and fanatic countryside walks these areas offer stunning views of Gloucester city and the surrounding areas.
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