Johnsons Square Manchester, UK

  • Availability: 1 & 2 beds
  • Price: From £125,900
  • Estimated Completion: Completed
  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Rental Yield: 6%

Why Manchester?

  • 22.2% Growth Forecast - property inflation is among the UK’s highest
  • Highest yields - Named as the UK’s buy-to-let hotspot by HSBC
  • Economic powerhouse - Government set to invest £7 billion in Manchester’s infrastructure
  • Investors choice - vibrant rental market creating huge demand growth
  • Young demographic - 20 to 30 year old numbers surged 36% over past 10 years (MEN)
  • Huge student population - over 85,000 students across 4 leading Universities (manchester.com)

A fully refurbished development located in Manchester’s Northern Gateway less than 10 minutes walk to the city centre.

The building will benefit from a modern extension with sleek grey cladding, contrasting with the red brick characteristic of the area. The apartments have been built to maximise space and light, taking full advantage of the generous window openings. Many of the apartments benefit from unique features such as; vaulted ceilings, duplex floors and 180 degree bay windows.

We have only 10 x 1 & 2 bedroom apartments selling fast.

  • Residential 1 & 2 beds
  • High specification
  • Under construction
  • Prime rental location
  • Prices from £125,900
  • 20% down 80% on completion

This exciting development will include smart home technology and high specification fixtures and fittings. Fully managed by Benoit Lettings Limited.

Contact us today to find out more.

For clients looking for great location at a sensible, investor driven price point our Northern Gateway project is not to be missed.

The location of this project is second-to-none being only 15 mins walk into Manchester City Centre and the trendy Ancoats area with its array of shops bars and restaurants. The project will cater for the mass rental market and will be very popular with young professionals looking for a central place to live.


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