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Albert Mill, 50 Ellesmere St, Manchester

£1,295 pcm

Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2

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    • Available NOW
    • NO AGENCY FEE
    • SECURE UNDERCOVER PARKING
    • Stunning Mill Conversion
    • A part of the Annex of building
    • Spacious Proportions
    • Two Double Bedrooms
    • Fully furnished
    • Exposed Brick Work
    • Timber Ceiling Beams

    Overview

    Available NOW and NO AGENCY FEES! Philip James Manchester is proud to present this stunning conversion in Albert Mill. Located in an ever popular canal side location within Castlefield a short distance from Deansgate. With an abundance of period features throughout including exposed brick work, solid wood beams, arched windows and steel columns, this apartment is really one to see! Forming part of the annex of the building, the property briefly compromises of a porch/storage area, hallway with utility room, large open plan living space. Two well proportioned true double bedrooms one with an en-suite and a contemporary family bathroom. The property is offered fully furnished to a high standard and comes with a SECURE ALLOCATED UNDERCOVER PARKING SPACE

    The Development

    Dated at 1869, Albert Mill is a fantastic Grade II Listed building one of the last of its kind in Manchester city centre. It's bursting with original features - timber beams, cast iron columns, brickwork and timber floors and has been wonderfully converted by Urban Splash to create 21 loft style apartments each with it's own individual layout and style.

    Located within Castlefield a much sought after part of Manchester City Centre that has undergone a great deal of development over the last 10 - 20 years with exciting plans for the future. Albert Mill backs on to the canal which offers pleasant walks towards Deansgate or Media City along the tow path. The immediate area has a convenience store, beauticians and bars which create a real community feel, whilst the central Manchester is a short walk or tram ride away. For the commuter the roads links are fantastic with the A56 and Regent Road leading to the M60 and M602 respectively, which in turn give access to the national motorway network. The nearest tram stop is Cornbook which is an interchange stop meaning that all lines across the network can be accessed.