Abbeymead, Abbeydale and Hucclecote are all modern suburbs, conveniently situated south-east of the city centre of Gloucester.
With plenty to offer locally, this area is a popular place to live and recent sales show that property prices here have risen significantly.
If you’re thinking of selling your home in one of these areas, take a look below at some of the homes we’ve sold here this year and how much they’ve increased in value since they were last on the market.
With demand for homes in Abbeymead, Abbeydale and Hucclecote at an all-time high, this means your home too could be worth more than you think. Curious to know how much? Simply book a free, no-obligation valuation with Leon Holder, our Abbeymead Branch Director, to find out.
Bay Tree Road, Abbeymead
Sold for £299,995 in 2017*, and then sold for £370,000 in 2021, equating to a 23% increase in 4 years.
Great for families, this area has a real sense of community, with local amenities and coffee shops, as well as great schools, children’s groups and places to visit.
The Richmonds, Abbeydale
Sold for 284,175 in 2019*, and then sold again in 2021 for £335,000, equating to an 18% increase in 2 years.
Stocken Close, Hucclecote
Sold for £299,950 in 2015*, and then sold again for £517,500 in 2021, equating to a 72% increase in 6 years.
Faye, from our Accounts team, loves the fact that there are so many well-signposted cycle paths that join the areas together, as well as the vast number of parks that are in walking/cycling distance for children – there are 7 play areas alone in nearby Coopers Edge.
Hucclecote Road, Hucclecote
Sold for £310,000 in 2014*, and then sold for £475,000 in 2021, equating to a 53% increase in 7 years.
Augustine Way, Abbeymead
Sold for £175,500 in 2016*, and then sold for £228,000 in 2021, equating to a 30% increase in 5 years.
Abbeymead, Abbeydale and Hucclecote all have easy access to Gloucester city centre and the M5 for commuting, whilst also enjoying plenty of open space. Nestled at the foot of Cooper’s Hill, the area offers easy access to walk parts of the beautiful Cotswold Way, with spectacular views across the whole of Gloucester from the top of Cheese Rolling Hill and Nut Hill. It’s easy to see why this area is so popular with families.
*Data taken from Zoopla