web-archive-uk.com


Web directory, archive
Search web-archive-uk.com:


Find domain in archive system:
web-archive-uk.com » UK » M » MANCHESTERPROPERTYGUIDE.CO.UK

Total: 108

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Chorlton-Cum-Hardy Area Guide
    Wanted for Cash Special Features Discover MediaCityUK The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Chorlton Cum Hardy Chorlton is the liberal heart of Manchester awash with organic delis recycling facilities and tiny independent bars and restaurants To one side of the area you find charity shops and supermarkets on the other is Beech Road often cited as the trendiest road in Manchester because of its abundance of boutiques and restaurants Much of the area is taken up by green space with Chorlton Park leading over towards Didsbury Longford Park heading towards Stretford and Chorlton Ees encompassing waterways a lake lush meadows and a golf course bordering Sale The area is predominantly white and middle class especially in the picturesque Beech Road High Lane and Chorltonville areas The community tend to be fairly like minded for example one newsagent in Chorlton has the honour of selling more copies of the Guardian than any other newsagent in England It is well loved by couples with young families one of the most frequent sights of the area is a new father driving a pushchair and the festival going professional set Chorlton also has the biggest gay community outside the Village Perhaps because the residents tend to be so similar there is a very strong community feel in Chorlton This is never

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Chorlton-Cum-Hardy-3.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Didsbury Area Guide
    to Buy Flats All New Help to Buy Developments Sales Stamp Duty Explained Investment Property Investment Property News Intelligence Investment Property Developments Investment Property Agents Property Wanted for Cash Special Features Discover MediaCityUK The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Didsbury Didsbury is easily one of the most sought after places to live in Manchester Wide tree lined streets and beautiful properties give the area a calm and tranquil look while in the evening the many trendy bars and restaurants buzz with the conversation of beautiful people unwinding When people refer to Didsbury they could be talking about one of three areas each with their own identity East Didsbury is best known for its sedate tree lined streets and excellent schools West Didsbury is fiercely independent dominated by The Metropolitan pub and a plethora of small but credible restaurants Didsbury Village is the most sought after area of the three with a busting village centre that boasts top end chains like Café Rouge and Pitcher and Piano boutique hotels delis and a large M S supermarket There is a large amount of lush green space connecting the three areas and it is usual to find substantial gardens attached to properties Palatine Road the main road that leads towards the city centre is notable for the massive trees that

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Didsbury-4.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Fallowfield Area Guide
    The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Fallowfield If you are planning on buy to let investment Fallowfield is an excellent choice There is a huge concentration of student halls along Wilbraham Road from small clusters like Ashburn Hall to the massive Owens Park and Oak House student village Because of the massive student community December marks the start of a huge rush for housing First year students worry that they won t find somewhere to live and as a result the three months between January and April become something of a frenzy in the letting market The residents are predominantly students especially around Wilbraham Road but there are some families scattered around too There are some excellent schools in the area including St James CofE Primary and Manchester High School for Girls and Withington Girls School both of with have a 100 pass rate in GCSE and A Level results However as you might expect most of the amenities in the area are aimed at the student population There are plenty of bars some of which will only accept customers with NUS cards takeaways do a roaring trade and there is a huge Sainsburys towards Withington as well Though the area is often noisy and very busy at weekends there are definitely attractions for the professional market

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Fallowfield-5.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Hulme Area Guide
    to Buy Help to Buy Explained New Help to Buy Houses New Help to Buy Flats All New Help to Buy Developments Sales Stamp Duty Explained Investment Property Investment Property News Intelligence Investment Property Developments Investment Property Agents Property Wanted for Cash Special Features Discover MediaCityUK The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Hulme Hulme is Manchester s biggest regeneration success story It was a hugely deprived run down area with high crime and unemployment rates until the Hulme City Challenge was launched This was a 37 5million government led initiative that aimed to tackle every problem in the area from clearing slum housing to reducing crime rates Fifteen years later Hulme is practically unrecognizable The area is home to a huge variety of new housing from townhouses and maisonettes to showpiece developments such as the Little Alex which is designed to be as eco friendly as possible One particularly interesting building is Homes for Change a housing co operative on Old Birley Street Though much of the housing comes without a garden Hulme Park and nearby Alexandra Park provide some much needed green space There is a huge Asda and a sprinkling of local shops though there are only two bars and no restaurants to speak of Having said that Deansgate is a mere ten minutes away

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Hulme-6.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Millennium Quarter Area Guide
    to Buy Houses New Help to Buy Flats All New Help to Buy Developments Sales Stamp Duty Explained Investment Property Investment Property News Intelligence Investment Property Developments Investment Property Agents Property Wanted for Cash Special Features Discover MediaCityUK The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Millennium Quarter The Millennium Quarter is aptly named as this area of town is all about what s hot right now You can buy the very latest in fashion be that a must have Alexander McQueen dress from Selfridges or the book everyone is talking about at WH Smith check out the up and coming artists at Urbis then take in the latest film at the Odeon Printworks or big name band at the MEN Arena And afterwards you can spend the night dancing to the hottest tunes in Pure or Opus in the Printworks However around here are some of the most beautiful sights of the old city for the best view grab the corner table in the window at Harvey Nichols top floor restaurant Sinclair s Oyster Bar and the Manchester Catherdral give the Millenium Quarter a flavour of its Victorian heritage The area is not well known for its residential qualities though a few high end developments are in evidence Crosby s huge Greenquarter development is well on the way

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Millennium%20Quarter-7.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • New Islington / Ancoats Area Guide
    West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share New Islington Ancoats New Islington is a massive regeneration project in Ancoats East Manchester on the site of the Cardroom Estate Ancoats used to be a thriving industrial area full of mills and manufacturing plants During the sixties and early seventies these factories and mills finally closed down plunging the area into a huge recession To regenerate the area the council demolished the cramped Victorian terraces and built the Cardroom Estate For several years the Cardroom Estate was a success However the area fell prey to drug dealers joyriders and shoplifters By the nineties the Cardroom had become one of the worst estates in the country with less than 40 of its tenants classed as economically active very high crime rates and more than half of the houses standing empty Manchester City Council Urban Splash and English Partnerships realised the potential of the site which lies just minutes from the city centre and decided to create one of the largest regeneration projects ever seen in England They plan to create a community close to the city centre with a wide range of tenants A new health centre primary school shops places to eat and drink green spaces and a water park are all included in the plans and CCTV cameras and high security specs are targeting the crime problems The most interesting aspect of the redevelopment is the creative approach to architecture One of the first completed projects is a row of eccentric houses designed by celebrated architects FAT Will Alsopp has designed the centrepiece of the project a building called Chips designed to look like a stack of chips complete in mock newspaper cladding There will also be Dutch inspired houses on stilts The existing community have been consulted

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/New%20Islington%20/%20Ancoats-8.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Oxford Road Area Guide
    Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Oxford Road Whether or not you have bought into this area s rebrand as the Southern Quarter this part of the city centre is certainly undergoing changes at the moment Oxford Road is one of the main arteries into Manchester stretching from Rusholme into the city centre It hosts Manchester University Manchester Metropolitan University the Royal College of Music and the Northern School of Dance which ensures a steady flow of student traffic Smarter bar owners are slowly cottoning onto this and stylish hangouts such as Odder and Kro II are popping up amongst the fast food joints and newsagents One of the features of this area is how many cultural venues it boasts Contact Theatre by the University of Manchester has a multicultural youth led focus The Palace Theatre hosts large scale crowd pleasers The Library Theatre at the end of Oxford Road is more sedate and focuses on contemporary classics and occasional new writing There is also the Dancehouse which shows mainly dance productions though they also host the occasional gig the Greenroom with its experimental theatre and annual Kinofilm festival and the Cornerhouse an art gallery and arthouse cinema complex Music venues also stud the road with the Manchester Academy hosting credible live music at one end of Oxford Road and the Music Box showcasing big name DJ s at the other In between there are a few other good

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Oxford%20Road-10.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Peter's Fields Area Guide
    The Greater Manchester Revival Development of the Month How to Afford a New Home Properties to Rent Leading Lettings Agents Landlords Home Finder Commercial Property Sales Lettings Commercial Finance Services For the Home For Business Agents Directory Register Property Leads Registration Area Guides Altrincham Castlefield Chorlton Cum Hardy Didsbury Fallowfield Hulme Millennium Quarter New Islington Ancoats Oxford Road Peter s Fields Piccadilly Basin Rusholme Sale Salford Spinningfields The Northern Quarter The Village Whalley Range Related Links Manchester Schools North West Home Finder Birmingham Property Guide Liverpool Property Guide Share Peter s Fields Peter s Fields is another of the areas of Manchester that can claim strong links with local history This area is perhaps most famous for being the site of the Peterloo Massacre in 1819 when police on horseback charged into a crowd of workers protesting against the Corn Laws 11 people were killed and over 500 were injured including women and children It caused an outrage among the media at the time but no policeman was reprimanded and the officer who gave the order to charge was commended These days Peter s Fields is a far more sedate area It does maintain links with its political past as many conferences including political party conferences are held at Manchester Central formerly G Mex and occasionally huge protests ensue however these tend to be peaceful and well governed affairs There are some excellent venues in the area including the Bridgewater Hall which hosts the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra alongside nationally touring acts Manchester Central has a variety of uses from corporate and industry conferences to the occasional live music event There are some good pubs and bars in the area too Rain Bar offers a great range of locally brewed ales and the Britons Protection is the oldest pub in Manchester

    Original URL path: http://www.manchesterpropertyguide.co.uk/area-guides/Peter%27s%20Fields-11.html (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive



  •  


web-archive-uk.com, 2017-12-17