Manchester – The Crescent – The Ultimate in Urban Living

First Client Release  – Early October 2018

 

Attached deVere – Crescent Fact Sheet

Units from £213,000

Just £5,000 to reserve your unit

15% deposit – on exchange of contracts

Balance on completion Q4 2020

65% Buy-to-Let mortgages available

 

If you know Manchester then you know this is an excellent location with the target rental market.

This pocket of the inner core of Manchester’s increasing gentrification is already well on it’s way.

The development is the best I’ve seen and will very likely purchase for myself!

Oldfield Rd/Chapell Rd, Salford.

1 bed from £213k, 2 bed from £245k,

service charge £2.50 psf.

Has gym, heated pool, spa, sauna, yoga room, cinema, party rooms, trendy cafe & laundry.

Courtyard gardens with BBQ spaces & fantastic roof top terrace, this one’s a bit special!

Q4 2020

Please contact me now to discuss and possibly reserve your favoured unit, they will go quickly click here to go to my contact page

or call 18321374380

 

Here’s an extract from The Manchester Evening News who did an article on the area in January 2018 – 

 

 

The area’s creativity is a huge part of its charm: the Sounds From the Other City music showcase takes over venues along Chapel Street every year, nearby pubs like The King’s Arms and The Eagle host gigs, comedy and theatre, and the artistic community of Islington Mill is close by.

“We knew it was an up and coming area, you could just tell was going to be really good in a few years’ time when we opened our artsy coffee shop last summer,” says Gina.

“You can see from all the development around here. It’s getting much busier.

“There’s hardly a week where we don’t have people coming in here who are looking to buy or rent somewhere.

“It’s a lot cheaper prices than in the city centre but it probably won’t be for much longer.”

Across the road, independent wine bar and coffee shop Le Cassi’s has had a successful start since opening last August in the Vimto Gardens development, which is also home to Italian restaurant Vero Moderno.

“In time I have no doubt that [Chapel Street] will become a new Northern Quarter,” says Le Cassi’s manager Dan Wilcock.

“I would love for the cafe culture thing to succeed here and businesses like us that offer something different. It’s the ideal place for independents to come and put their stamp on the city.”