This stunning two bedroom apartment situated in Worsley Mill is impeccably presented.
It is housed in a grade II listed building situated in the heart of Castlefield, boasting an array of original features, such as high vaulted ceilings and exposed brickwork. The apartment comprises a beautifully designed open plan living area and kitchen, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. Additionally, secure parking is included.
Located on Blantyre Street, this building is ideally situated just a stone's throw away from numerous bars and restaurants, including Barca Bar, Albert Shed, and Dukes 92. Manchester City Centre and Spinningfields are both conveniently located within a 10-minute walk.
Worsley Mill was built when Manchester was at the forefront of world attention as the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Persimmon's design team restored this old flour mill in 2007 whilst preserving many original features.
The apartment is east facing and located on the 3rd floor of the popular Worsley Mill. You enter into a spacious hallway with laminate flooring throughout.
Living Room/Kitchen: Masses of feature including Zanussi fridge/freezer baumatic frameless hob and electric oven. TV satellite point and wall mounted electric heaters.
Bedrooms: Fully carpeted bedrooms with TV and satellite points in the primary bedroom.
En-Suite: Tiled shower room offering a three piece suite with a heated towel rail.
Bathroom: Tiled bathroom offering a three piece suite and a shower over the bath with a heated towel rail.
Castlefield is an inner-city conservation area. It is a unique and historic district, renowned for its beautifully preserved canals, industrial heritage, and Victorian architecture. The area was once home to the Roman, and its rich history is still visible in the many historical sites and monuments throughout the neighborhood.
The area is home to numerous bars, restaurants, and cafes, as well as a variety of cultural and recreational facilities. The Castlefield Bowl, an outdoor concert venue, is a popular spot for live music events and festivals, while the nearby Museum of Science and Industry provides visitors with an immersive experience of Manchester's industrial history.
Length of Lease - 999 years from 2003 Service Charge - £2,121 per annum Ground Rent - £150 per annum