Spacious 1 bed in Middle Warehouse, a beautiful conversion located in Castlefield.
Situated in the heart of Castlefield, boasting an array of original features, such as exposed brickwork. The apartment comprises a beautifully designed open plan living area and kitchen, one bedroom and one bathroom.
Located in Castle Quay, 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.
Entered via wooden front door from the 4th floor into the entrance hallway, with engineered wooden floor, ceiling spots, wall mounted radiators and shelf, 3 storage cupboards housing utilities and ample space for storage. Doors circulating to the rest of the accommodation.
Living/Kitchen area: Engineered wooden flooring throughout flowing from hallway, open plan area with vaulted ceilings, exposed brickwork to external wall and double glazed door leading onto the balcony which can also be accessed via the bedroom. The kitchen has a range of black high gloss wall & base units with wooden work surfaces. Freestanding oven, hob, fridge, freezer & washer dryer. Ceiling & under-croft lighting, stainless steel splash backs.
Bedroom: A large bedroom with exposed brickwork to the external wall, engineered wood flooring, wall mounted radiator, door to balcony & further multi-pained double glazed window. Vaulted ceilings, large double door wardrobe, TV point and ceiling spotlights.
Bathroom: Fully tiled walls & flooring, contemporary bathroom suite, with walk in shower, low level W.C and sink. Wall mounted radiator, heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and chrome fittings.
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.
Lease: 125 years from 1/1/91 therefore 93 years remaining Service charge is £3,368.48 per annum, paid in quarterly instalments (includes domestic water) Ground Rent: £30 per annum, paid every six months