The final phase of striking industrial-style apartments in the popular Castlefield neighbourhood of Potato Wharf are now available.
Set in the heart of Manchester city centre, all of the apartments at the Potato Wharf development have been built with sustainability in mind, and combine the best of contemporary living with industrial-style architecture that’s said to be inspired by the surrounding brickwork of Castlefield.
The mixture of one and two-bedroom homes forming part of the new phase not only benefit from being enviably-close to a wide range of amenities that are right on the doorstep in the bustling city centre, but they also boast canalside views over the adjacent network of waterways.
The apartments even look out over the iconic Castlefield Viaduct too.
In case you’re unfamiliar with the site, Potato Wharf is located just a stone’s throw from the Grade II-listed heritage structure, which the National Trust has recently revealed will be turned into a new urban park space that’s reminiscent of the New York High Line.
This means that all new residents can look forward to a summer spent among this much-anticipated new green space that’s set to provide a wealth of health and wellbeing benefits thanks to its easy access to nature.
Not only that, but every home in the new Potato Wharf phase also has access to cycle spaces, and provision for electric vehicle charging points too – with the majority of the apartments also enjoying either a balcony or terrace.
The immaculate interiors have been largely inspired by the area’s character.
With the industrial Castlefield area having fast become one of the most desirable places to spend time in Manchester, thanks to it being home to some of the city’s best waterside bars, restaurants, outdoor venues, cultural destinations, cobbled streets, Potato Wharf is in the heart of all the action.
It’s less than a 10-minute walk from favourites such as Dukes 92, The Wharf, and Barry’s Bootcamp too.
Deansgate train station and Metrolink stop are also on the doorstep to provide convenient transport links across Greater Manchester and the North West.
The limited collection of one and two-bedroom apartments forming part of this final phase of Potato Wharf have starting prices from £224,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and £318,000 for a two-bedroom – with Help to Buy available for First Time Buyers.
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