Introducing Marina Gardens, New Islington’s final addition of Town House homes
Experience spacious city living in central Manchester with a modern, three-storey Town House complete with a private garden and driveway
After 20 years of regenerating New Islington, central Manchester, we’ve almost completed building the neighbourhood’s final 13 Town House homes.
As well as our signature Town House features – spacious, open-plan layouts, high ceilings, and huge, floor-to-ceiling windows – they also feature driveways and private gardens, giving new homeowners the chance to experience modern city living with quality space, indoors and outside.
These homes – containing 139 sq of space – also back onto a residents’ only communal garden – a bonus section of green space in addition to nearby, outdoor attractions like Cotton Field Park and New Islington Marina.
Just steps from your front door, you’ll find beautiful spots to take your morning stroll, walk your dog, catch up with old friends, and meet new ones too.
The wider neighbourhood, made up of New Islington and Ancoats, are now widely recognised as the city’s go-to places to live, work, and play.
These neighbourhoods, just north of the epicentre of Manchester, are buzzing with some of the city’s finest cafés, restaurants, bars, bakeries, shops, and an Ofsted Outstanding school.
The Times’ Bricks and Mortar, recently described New Islington as ‘New Amsterdam’, a place filled with ‘trendy independents’.
It’s a modern neighbourhood that strikes the balance between suburban and urban living – a place where you can live the very best of both worlds in a spacious, award-winning home with an exciting city centre lifestyle waiting for you on the other side of the front door.
There are only two homes left at Marina Gardens. If you want to secure one of New Islington’s last Town House homes, get in touch with Toby by completing the form below.
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