As a city and metropolitan borough, there is Manchester property for sale & rent to suit everyone. Having undergone considerable investment in recent years, the city now offers everything from cultural enrichment to fine dining.
From art galleries to the theatre, there is almost always something to catch the eye with the city rapidly becoming the cultural capital of the north. For those who enjoy the beautiful game, the recently opened National Football Museum is definitely worth a visit. However, if football fever doesn’t grab you on derby day, there is always the People’s History Museum, which will take you on a journey of the working classes throughout Britain’s history.
The Manchester Art Gallery, Whitworth Art Gallery and the Museum of Science and industry all add to the culturally enriching and diverse theme that is attracting so many visitors to the city.
Thanks to investment, some large parts of Manchester are becoming increasingly attractive to home buyers and as such, Manchester properties for sale in areas such as by the cathedral are becoming well sought after. The cathedral quarter is also home to an array of stunning apartments, which are ideal for professionals that work in the city. Coupled with the new seating area and lawns in the shadow of the cathedral itself and you have one of the most idyllic spots in the city.
The northern quarter is home to stylish bars, a variety of eateries serving a range of local and international cuisine and is a magnet for both locals and visitors looking for relaxing lunch or evening out. Being located close to Piccadilly, it also has the advantage of being very accessible.
On the subject of cuisine, for those who enjoy their food, Manchester cannot be beaten. From the celebrated double Michelin star winner Michael Caines Adobe restaurant, to the stylish Australasia, which brings a taste of the Pacific to the table, there are many notable eateries through the city, far too many to mention here.
One of Manchester’s greatest assets is the university. One of the finest in the country, the university is located in Oxford Road and as such, has a range of affordable bars and restaurants. This part of Manchester has become more appealing for those interested in purchasing a buy to let property as the advantages are obvious.
For those considering a Manchester property for rent, there is no shortage to quality accommodation on that front either. Just a 2 minute walk from Victoria Station, the spectacular Co-Operative building houses a number of quality apartments catering for couples right through to families. Ideally located for working in the area, the building is opposite the green quarter and is worth checking out for its apartments for sale and rent.
One of the city’s greatest aspects is its diversity. From art galleries to night clubs, affordable eateries to Michelin Star restaurants, Manchester really does have it all. Add to this the regeneration in certain areas and there couldn’t be a better time to make that move to the number one city in the north.
Whatever your needs there is Manchester property for sale & rent to suit all. Why not search for a property using the search bar at the top of this page or visit our local Manchester estate agents & letting agents homepage for more information.