An urban garden development comprising purpose built luxury one and two-bedroom apartments in the highly accessible gateway location of Salford.
What does Salford
have to offer?
Salford is well served by rail links and the city centre with its 4 mainline stations is just 20 minutes away. A short journey to Manchester Piccadilly will connect you with the rest of the UK’s rail network. London is reachable in just over 2 hours.
This area of Manchester offers an enticing blend of art, the performing arts and nightlife with The Lowry. The Lowry is surrounded by the waters of the Manchester Canal and there are cafes, bars and a restaurant at the south-western end of the building. The Lowry Outlet Mall contains outlet stores of well-known high-street businesses, including Cadbury’s, Marks & Spencer and Gap. The mall contains coffee shops and convenience food chains, and a multi-screen cinema operated by Vue. Outside the mall, a bar and several restaurants overlook the Lowry plaza.
Salford Quays has seen many enterprises investing in the area, including The Peel Group who own MediaCityUK, which houses the BBC. MediaCityUk has a focus on the creative industries, concerned with the generation or exploitation of knowledge and information.
If sport is your thing, Manchester United Football Club is based in the Old Trafford section of Salford Quays, boasting the largest club football stadium in the United Kingdom. Salford City Football Club, who compete in League Two, is also located nearby.
Salford is home to Salford University, one of the four universities in Manchester, attracting 18,920 students each year.
The Peak District and The Lake District
Salford offers a rich and diverse range of parks and open spaces with over 60% of the city being made up of green spaces. There are over 30 parks and recreational grounds, two country parks and five local nature reserves all in the area. Slightly further afield, The Peak District is reachable in just over an hour and The Lake District is accessible in just under two hours.