There’s luxury, and then there’s gold-fronted luxury – and it seems like this £1.3m pad in Spinningfields has it all.
An absolute one-of-a-kind, for those who want to peek behind the curtains (or shutters) of Manchester’s wealthiest residents there’s no better opportunity right now than this boujie listing.
Boasting not one but two outdoor roof spaces, one of which also has its very own hot tub (not gold, though), the house is completely distinct.
Located on Wood Street, it sits opposite John Rylands Library – right in the midst of some of Manchester’s swankiest restaurants, bars and designer shops. Its gold shutters can be opened to look out onto the historic building or left shut for additional privacy.
Accessed via an electric door, inside you’ll find 2,200 square feet of space spanning three double en-suite bedrooms, a large kitchen, open plan living and dining area, rooftop garden, and terrace.
Split across five floors, some of its coolest features include a third-floor loft room where you can suspend yourself in a huge hammock and a spiral staircase that winds its way up throughout the property.
There’s also a stunning sun terrace, accessed from the top floor via double french doors, and above that a roof garden reached by another set of stairs. Here you’ll find a wooden hot tub alongside stunning views of the city.
Elsewhere, the property features a garage with room for one car to be parked and a ground-floor double bedroom with an ensuite and private terrace that would make an ideal home office.
Above this is a further two bedrooms, accessed via a modern staircase. The master features striking floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Deansgate and a freestanding bath, whilst next door you’ll find the third bedroom sandwiched between the bathroom.
Then upstairs again, on the second floor, is an open-plan kitchen, diner and lounge boasting high spec appliances and a wine fridge. Behind this, a giant hammock hangs from the double-height ceiling.
Truly unique in design, there are some next-level architectural features to be discovered throughout the house.
A bit of a rarity, we can’t help but wonder who might end up living in this swanky gold-fronted pad next. Listed at a guide price of £1.3m, whoeer it is – they’ll definitely have some cash to splash.
You can view the full listing here.
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