St George’s Gardens, Manchester
Prices start from £210,000
- High quality apartments
- Central Manchester
- From £210,000
- Assured 6% rental yields
- 40 to 70 square metres
- Estimated completion Q1 2019
- Units with balconies
- Parking spaces available
St George’s Gardens Manchester offers an exceptional opportunity to purchase a desirable new apartment in a landmark setting at the heart of Manchester. With unrivaled views over the Grade II listed church from which it derives its name, this stunning new development of 40 two bedroom and 20 one bedroom apartments have been carefully designed to blend harmoniously with its historic neighbour.
Inside St George’s Gardens Manchester, the apartments are meticulously designed for today’s city living. Bright, open spaces and clean, contemporary lines are designed to meet the expectations of discerning home buyers and investors while fixtures and finishes reflect the prestige of the building. Each apartment will feature its own private terrace and a communal roof garden provides attractive outdoor space in a city setting and the opportunity to relax and unwind.
St George’s Gardens Manchester has not only been designed in harmony with its surroundings, but also features fine quality interiors, living spaces and finishes to fire the enthusiasm of purchasers. It’s a winning combination.
Manchester, according to a line from Mancunian band The Smiths, “has so much to answer for” but these days it is more accurate to say that it has so much to offer. A city which combines a rich history with a vibrant present and an exciting future, Manchester is located just over 200 miles north-west of London and is increasingly the preferred relocation area for people who want something more manageable but with as many possibilities as the capital. Manchester has never been a city which sees itself in competition with London: it is a city proud of its own heritage and place in the world.
From its place at the epicentre of the 18th century Industrial Revolution to the birthplace of the world-famous liberal and independent newspaper, The Guardian, to its position at the vanguard of British music since the late 1970s to the relocation of significant sections of the BBC to Manchester in recent years and the home of one of the world’s great football teams, Manchester United and their resurgent rivals Manchester City, it is one of the best cities around in which to invest in property.
Work on the new high-speed railway (HS2) is scheduled to begin in 2017 and will eventually link Manchester to all the other significant cities in the UK through a high-speed network. This will augment the international airport which is already the busiest in the UK outside London and an infrastructure which makes the city easily traversable and accessible through the national motorway system.
On top of its current desirability, Manchester is a city with ambition. Manchester needs more homes to cope with its expected growth and the plan is for 225,000 new homes to be built over the next 20 years within the Greater Manchester region with billions of pounds allocated to achieve this.