Avro by Urban Splash was built in 1825 and once home to the A.V. Roe aviation company; a stunning Grade II listed building situated in Manchester's fashionable Northern Quarter and only a short walk from Ancoats Urban Village and Piccadilly Train Station.
These larger than average homes benefit from a wealth of original features throughout including exposed brickwork and high ceilings.
The development will also benefit from a private garden which all residents will have access to.
Parking is available with selected units.
Benefitting from a large living space with fantastic views, this two bedroom, two bathroom loft apartment is laid out over 1149 sq ft.
With large windows overlooking the Rochdale Canal and towards the city centre, the property retains a wealth of original features throughout. This stunning apartment will feature an open plan living area and kitchen with solid stone resin worktops and integrated appliances, as well as a separate utility room.
Avro is named after a former tenant A.V Roe and company, one of the most successful British aviation companies of all time. This Grade II* Listed building is one of the last remaining mills in Manchester to be converted into homes.
The local area
At the crossroads between Manchester's hip Northern Quarter and Ancoats, the location is second to none. Widely regarded as one of the most up-and-coming districts in the UK. Close to Piccadilly Station and with a host of great cafés bars and restaurants only a stroll away, this is proper urban living.
Lofts aren't new to Urban Splash, they started developing loft apartments in Manchester 25 years ago. Urban Splash have won over 400 awards for architecture, design and innovation and are widely regarded as the developer who pioneered loft-living in Britain.
Established in 1979 by Roger Stephenson obe, Stephenson Studio is an architectural and urban design practice born in Manchester. Urban Splash first collaborated with Stephenson Studio (then Stephenson Bell) 25 years ago, with Smithfield Building, just around the corner in the Northern Quarter. Smithfield Building served as the catalyst for the regeneration of this area, and helped to inspire a loft living revolution across the North West of England.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Block of flats||0.1%||£170,000||0||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£140,000 (1)||£241,246 (12)||£200,000 (1)||£473,000 (3)||-|
|Flats||£162,560 (375)||£238,087 (297)||£396,071 (14)||£799,950 (1)||-|
|All||£162,500 (376)||£238,210 (309)||£383,000 (15)||£554,738 (4)||-|