Made in Manchester

Vibrant, multi-cultural, and cutting edge Manchester is a city of contrasts.  With plush executive areas, a large student population and a family friendly focus the types of property available in this endearing city are as varied as its occupants.

With average house prices set around £148,600 (May 2012), prices in the area have enjoyed an annual increase of 5.3%. This demonstrates the popularity of the area which has been helped over the last few years by an influx of large employers.  Whatever your budget, we have a wide selection of properties on offer, here are just a few of them:

Splash the Cash

This truly outstanding executive residence is set within a select prestigious development. Rarely do such extensive family homes provide such elegance. Set amidst large gardens yet only approximately a 10 minute drive into Manchester City Centre, this accommodation provides four good sized entertainment rooms, six double bedrooms and three bathrooms all with superior fixtures and fittings throughout. This property is priced at £1,175,000.00

Sensible splurge

This beautifully presented moder detached home is set on a corner plot in Pendlebury. The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen and conservatory to the ground floor plus three bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, gardens to three sides and driveway parking. This property is priced at £150,000

Save: Exceptional quality, this top floor, top spec one bed apartment is set within this converted school in Blackley. The property is well located to local amenities and M60 and is approximately 3 miles from Manchester city centre. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, reception and separate designer high quality fitted kitchen. One double bedroom featuring fitted bedroom furniture, and off road parking. It is priced at just £47,500.

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Posted by: Nicola Severn Categories: For Sale, House Prices, Interesting Properties, Uncategorized Tags: , , , 1 Comment

One Response to Made in Manchester

  1. avatar Kevin McGee says:

    The house prices in manchester are now starting to reflect their true values