As the Gloucester Citizen reported today:
As a 3.5-acre brownfield site it could be worth more than £3million but its unique character could drive the price down – 122 bodies lie beneath it and its uses could be constrained by its history.
The Debtors’ Prison became a cell block on the west side and is Grade II listed, meaning the interior is protected too.
The oldest part, which retains features from the 1791 prison, is also listed.
Among other illustrious guests, Beatrice Pace was held in the prison during her trial in Gloucester in July 1928.
Here is an aerial image of the prison, coincidentally also taken in 1928, which also shows the Shire Hall, where the trial was held.
|Source: Britain from Above|
It's certainly a rather different way of getting on the property ladder.