The first 43 Town Houses in New Islington sold out shortly after launch in 2016… so we’re back by popular demand!
We’ve now completed a further 17 of these highly sought-after family homes that provide a real alternative to suburbia for you committed lovers of urban life.
This 139 sq m mid-terrace, architect designed home has been created to suit the way you want to live.
Spread over three floors, this Town House features open plan living, dining and kitchen with island to the ground floor, which opens out on to your own private terrace and communal gardens; bringing a little of the outside in. Big windows and high ceilings can be found throughout giving an extra feeling of space and light.
Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a full-size family bathroom. The front bedroom has the added benefit of a balcony. On the top floor there are a further two double bedrooms with a pitched roof which makes the rooms feel even more light and spacious. Each comes with an en-suite shower room.
Outdoors, you can put your stamp on your very own garden terrace and stretch your legs or have a kick about in the private communal gardens...imagine never having to mow the lawn again!
An allocated parking space is included and there is somewhere to keep your bins tidy too.
About New Islington
Back in 2000, Manchester's notorious Cardroom Estate was identified as a 'Millennium Community' to be delivered as a public/private partnership. It's somewhere we've since evolved into an awesome urban space for Manchester, filled with homes, workspaces, community amenities and green space.
New Islington today is a true neighbourhood, but better. Our plans have largely become a reality and Urban Splash and partners involved in the site have already helped deliver a mix of new homes - primarily new dwellings for people already living in the community, as well as apartments and our modular Houses - as well as a health centre, the New Islington Free School (we were a part of the bid that helped bring the school here), the Cotton Field park, New Islington Marina, and the New Islington Metrolink stop - something which firmly anchored the area's moniker.