Warehaus Ancoats Sold Out. Coming soon… residential development Manchester City Center and Horwich.
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A converted warehouse, two rows of new town houses and apartments with their own front door. This intimate development will have just 32 properties set around its own landscaped courtyard.
Conversion: 4 character apartments, each one different, and a penthouse that spans the top floor with feature beam trusses.
Town houses: 7 new houses, some with two bedrooms, some with three. All with garages and internal balconies.
Apartments: 20 apartments In two new buildings that mirror the original warehouse with big windows and tall ceilings. They have views both on to the street and onto the courtyard and their own front door off private walkways.
Designed by OMI Architects, Warehaus Ancoats is brought to you by Mc Cauls, a company committed to great urban design.
Phase 1 Sold Out
Phase 2 Sold Out
Phase 3 Sold Out
1 Bed Apartment & Office
Open plan kitchen dining, Lounge, Balcony, Bedroom, Office, laundry area, Bathroom
2 Bed Apartment
Open plan kitchen dining area, Lounge, Bedroom one with en-suite, Bedroom two, Separate laundry area, Bathroom, Hallway
2 Bed Townhouse
Ground floor- Bedroom two, Bathroom, Garage
1st Floor- Open plan kitchen dining, Lounge, Bedroom one with en-suite, Laundry area
3 Bed Apartment & Mezzanine
Open plan kitchen dining, Lounge, Bedroom one with en-suite, Bedroom two, Storage area, laundry area, Bathroom, Mezzanine, Bedroom three
Call us today - 01942 878900
Birthplace of the industrial revolution and now regularly rated one of the coolest places to live in the UK.
The first truly urban district to be revitalised into a new residential community.
Independents flourish here – from coffee shops to cake shops, tea house to brew house, early morning bakery to late-night bars. It is home to designers, musicians, artists, mechanics and wig makers and the world-famous Halle Orchestra.
All this heritage and entrepreneurial spirit makes Ancoats Manchester’s most inspiring neighbourhood.
At the turn of the century Messrs J and T Thorp were at the top of their game, producing strong wooden toys from a red brick warehouse on Radium Street that were dispatched all over the world. (Radium Street had previously been called German Street but the name was changed after the first World War.)
But by the mid 20th century toy manufacturing had ceased and the building was used mainly for storage.
Part of area’s past Warehaus Ancoats is now a place for people who want to be part of its future.
12 homes at Warehaus Ancoats will be released in the first phase – 4 Town houses on George Leigh Street and 8 apartments.
We want the people who buy them to be the people who live in them so the process is simple –
£2,000 reservation fee followed by 10% of the purchase price on exchange.
And because we want you to feel right at home you get to make lots of choices from the kitchen units to the flooring – even what sort of internal doors you would like.
We are based right on site so come and say hello or call us on: 01942 878900
Warehaus Ancoats has been featured in an article for 5 extraordinary new developments you could move into in 2018. https://thespaces.com/2018/01/30/new-developments-to-move-into-in-2018/