1 bedroom apartment for saleGranby House, Granby Row, Granby Village
Under Offer £160,000
Designed by architects G. H. Goldsmith, Granby House was built at the turn of the century using red brick with Portland stone and is doused in Art Nouveau motifs. Standing proud in the heart of Granby Village, this historical building captures the very essence of architectural innovation. Sensitively converted in 1985 to apartments, residents relish it`s characterful demeanor which has been carefully preserved throughout.
Located on the fifth floor this particular property benefits from original arched windows and a corner aspect with views over Manchester`s roof tops.
The development benefits from a secure communal entrance and lift service to all floors.
Property briefly comprises: Entrance/hallway; Open plan lounge/diner; Kitchen; Double bedroom; Bathroom.
The property is sold with vacant possession, without parking and is chain free.
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