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40-42 John Dalton Street Manchester

Want to live in the M2 postcode in a conservation areas where the number of households is approximately 54 and a population of about 88? Then hurry as these opportunities don’t come around often.

This stunning and sensitive refurbishment Victorian building is located in conservation area in the heart of John Dalton Street, very high specification development that features exposed brick walls and retained historic features, engineered Oak flooring. Fully fitted designer kitchen, colour and worktop optional, integrated appliances.

Wondrwall home control system, controlling: heating, lighting, security through a smart device, Amazon Alexa compatible, energy efficient mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system, high efficiency LED down-lights, Villeroy & Boch sanitary-ware, matt black fittings, tiled walls and floors that you can chose from three different options.

Don’t miss out this development. Call the sales team on 0161 834 8486 for more information.

Floorplans are available on request.
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High Specification Development Refurbished Victorian Building  Fantastic Location Conservation Area  M2 Postcode


From £295,000


637 – 915 SQFT / 59.2 – 85.2 SQM


1 x One Bedroom Apartment

3 x Two Bedroom Apartments


4 Apartments / 4 Storey 


Q4 2018


995 years


£250 pa


On application


Reservation fee £2500

10% on exchange within 28 days

Outstanding amount due on completion

The reservation fee is non-refundable and  will come off the exchange amount)


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*All figures are based on forecasts provided by the developer, are indicative only and are subject to change. Any financial information provided in this document is intended as a guide and does not constitute a contract.

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