The Queen’s Brewery | Apartments from £73,500

Manchester

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The Queen’s Brewery - Property Tour - April 2017

Development overview


Award-winning buy-to-let development in Manchester

​The Queen’s Brewery is a unique and beautiful conversion development from Forshaw Land and Property Group which sits just South of Manchester city centre. The 73 apartments in this development are truly something special and residents typically enjoy the unusual living spaces which have been created in the former Hyde’s Brewery. The contemporary interiors are an interesting counterpoint to the traditional exteriors and have led to a space which is unlike anything else available in the area, and the local rental market has responded in kind, with enthusiasm for The Queen’s Brewery running high.

Aside from living in the best development in the area, residents will also be only a short distance from Manchester city centre either by car or public transport. Manchester is arguably the UK’s most exciting city to live in at the current moment in time, as the growing demand to live in the city shows. More and more people are moving to the area every year, and rental accommodation of the quality of The Queen’s Brewery will always be in very high demand.

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Location information

Close by

Manchester Oxford Road Station

2.0 miles

Whitworth Art Gallery

1.4 miles

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