Originally, Cobden’s was a pub that dates back to the early 19th century and is a locally listed building within the St Peter’s Conservation area. The refurbishment has been designed to be sympathetic to the historic character of both the locally listed former pub and the adjacent buildings.
The location of Cobden House is perfect for those who want to enjoy town centre living and those who commute, with Stockport train station under a 5-minute walk from the development. Travelling via train to Manchester takes around 10 minutes and the train to London can get you there in 2 hours, with trains running regularly to both destinations.
Stockport is an extremely exciting town centre that The Sunday Times has labelled one of the best “up and coming” areas to live and invest in for 2023. It is home to an increasing number of independent businesses, such as Yellowhammer; a bakery and pottery studio, Where the light gets in; a rustic and cosy kitchen that holds a green Michelin star, and Rare mags; a well-established magazine and bookshop.
8 one-bedroom and 1 two-bedroom.
Each apartment benefits from a unique layout, so buyers can choose whichever best suits their lifestyle (subject to affordability).
All internal finishes are of a high standard, including a shaker-style kitchen and integrated appliances.