2 Bedroom Flat - Sold STC

Dale Street Manchester M1.

£350,000

Sold STC

Key features

  • Two bedrooms

  • Two bathrooms

  • Award winning development

  • High specification

  • Original features

  • Exposed brickwork

  • Ample storage space

  • Walk-in wardrobe

  • No ongoing chain

Overview

Tenure:
Leasehold
Asking Price:
£350,000

TERRIFIC TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT OFFERED FOR SALE

NO ONGOING CHAIN

Finlay's Warehouse is a National RIBA award winning development positioned in the heart of Manchester's vibrant Northern Quarter, moments away from the quirky cafes, bars and restaurants. Its also just minutes walk away Piccadilly train station and the central bus station's at Piccadilly Gardens and Shudehill. 

Unique in it's own right, the breathtaking converted apartment is situated on the second floor of the development and is flooded with natural light throughout from the large original windows.

Facing into an internal light-well, the apartment acts as a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the Northern Quarter, while being just a stone's throw from Picadilly train station, is a five minute walk from the main business districts, and is neighboured by all the Northern Quarter has to offer by way of cafe's, bars, shops and restaurants.

History - Finlay’s Warehouse is a grade 2 listed cotton warehouse built in two phases (between 1870 and 1892). The name derives from the original company name, Finlay Campbell and Co Ltd, who were a Scottish firm operating from Manchester and India. Like many of the buildings in this area of Manchester, originally they were used as warehouses for shipping and the clothing industry. The large entrance on Mangle Street, known as the hovel was created to allow deliveries directly into the building rather than blocking the street. The industry in the area declined in the mid 20th century, leav- ing many of these formidable buildings neglected. 56 Dale Street received a new lease of life in 1975 went it became the famous Foo Foo’s Palace night club, owned by the flamboyant drag queen Frank Foo Foo Lammar, it was a Manchester institution for over 25 years playing host to countless celebrities and attracting people from all over the country.

Specification - The apartment benefits from original features displayed throughout, including:

  • Cast iron columns
  • Pitch pine beams
  • Exposed brickwork
  • Floor to ceiling heights with large sash windows ensuring the charm of the character is retained.

Engineered rustic European oak board finished in a white oil floors the living room and the hallway. The bedrooms are carpeted in barber wool with natural colours. Rough sawn oak boards finished with a light wash of grey stain floor the communal areas.

The apartment also features great amounts of storage which is rare to find and makes this property so unique. The property has also recently had additional sound proofing installed ensuring that the home really is a peaceful retreat from the busy hustle and bustle city living can bring.

The building is fully double glazed and insulated to modern standards with electric heating. The building is fully accessible - level access is provided via a platform lift and a ten person passenger lift to all floors. There is a digital colour audio/visual door access control system to the main entrance. A sheltered and secure cycle store is provided and there is a secure, communal refuse store which has segregated containers for collection. 

Entrance Hall
Door leading into the entrance hall. Engineered rustic oak wood flooring. Doors leading off. Over head high storage which is deep and provides a great amount of room to store large items discreetly. Opening and leading to the kitchen and living area. Suspended lighting. 

Living Room
An open plan contemporary living area open plan to the kitchen while ensuring there is still character within the room and continuing with the charm that is showcased throughout this building. Two double glazed sash windows ensure plenty of natural light floods in and makes the room bright and airy and a feature wall of exposed brick work provides that real rustic feeling in the main living area.

Kitchen
Open plan to the living area, the kitchen comprises a range of wall, base units & island unit with integrated four ring induction hob & extractor over, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, built-in oven, sink with mixer tap, tiled splashback, tiled flooring, ceiling extractor, spotlights and under unit lighting, with handy USB points for charging appliances. 

Master Bedroom
A large open space that benefits from the large double glazed sash window ensuring plenty of natural light floods in. Exposed brick work and exposed cast iron columns showcase the character which has been carefully retained. The bedrooms also benefit from barber wool carpeted flooring. 

En-Suite
Modern white suite consisting of a low flush WC with hidden cistern, pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath with ceiling mounted rain shower over. There is a heated chrome ladder towel rail and wide mirrored wall with lighting providing a great vanity area.

Dressing Area
Floor to ceiling storage provided for hanging space and shelving. A great space ensuring all clothing can be kept seperate from the bedroom.

Boiler Cupboard/Storage
A large storage area which houses the boiler, mounted to allow for additional space underneath where a washer / dryer can be placed. Even with the boiler and washing machine there is a huge amount of additional space for storage. 

Bedroom Two
A second large double bedroom with a large double glazed sash window allowing plenty of natural light in making the room airy and bright. 

Bathroom
Modern white suite comprises of a large walk in shower cubicle with glass screen, low flush WC with enclosed cistern and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, tiled flooring, tiled walls, inbuilt wall mirror with lighting providing a second brilliant vanity area.

Extra Information

  • Property Age: 126 years
  • Council tax band: D (£1566.79 Per Annum)
  • Chain position: No chain
  • Double Glazing: Throughout
  • Heating: electric
  • Lease info: 147 years remaining
    Ground rent: £250.00 Per Year
    Maintenance: £137.00 Per Month

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