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  • Manchester Property News
    Pets Vets Tickets Singles Interactive Sport Manchester United Musicians Community Guidebook Students Cars Motors Features Education Sitemap Advertise with us Manchester Property Guide Manchester Property Guide Manchester Property News Property Guide Menu Manchester Residential Property Property Market Trends Property Market News Manchester Help 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 The New Manchester Property Guide 31st August 2015 We ve recently done a big update on Manchester Property Guide with a new

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  • Manchester Property News
    with us Manchester Property Guide Manchester Property Guide Manchester Property News Property Guide Menu Manchester Residential Property Property Market Trends Property Market News Manchester Help 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 Manchester Property News The New Manchester Property Guide 31st August 2015 We ve recently done a big update on Manchester Property Guide with a new responsive design so you get the best experience on desktop tablet or mobile In addition

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  • Manchester Area Guides
    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 Altrincham Beloved of the Cheshire set who won t leave Manchester altogether Altrincham is an upmarket suburb awash with beautiful people and cash Castlefield With its cobbled streets attractive waterways and mixture of the ancient and cutting edge Castlefield is a unique part of the city centre Chorlton Cum Hardy Chorlton is the liberal heart of Manchester awash with organic delis recycling facilities and tiny independent bars and restaurants 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 Fallowfield Fallowfield is an excellent choice for buy to let investors because of its buoyant student market Hulme Hulme is Manchester s biggest regeneration success story Fifteen years on the former crime hotspot is a haven for young professionals Millennium Quarter The Millennium Quarter is aptly named as this area of town is all about what s hot right now from the latest in fashion to the biggest shows at the MEN New Islington Ancoats New Islington is a massive regeneration project in Ancoats East Manchester on the site of the Cardroom Estate in Ancoats The Northern Quarter Beloved of media savvy creative types the Northern Quarter takes Soho crosses it with Camden and injects it with a shot of Northern spirit 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 Peter s Fields Peter s Fields is another of the areas of Manchester that can claim strong

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  • The Northern Quarter Area Guide
    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 The Northern Quarter Beloved of media savvy creative types the Northern Quarter takes Soho crosses it with Camden and injects it with a shot of Northern spirit It is a small area comprising only Oldham Street Thomas Street Church Street Newton Street Stevenson Square and the roads running between them but it still manages to be a place with great character and identity The Northern Quarter is all about creativity There are a huge number of tiny creative companies and organisations working out of this cluster of streets The Northern Quarter has seen festivals organised magazines written clubnights started record labels formed and art collectives daubing their murals on the sides of the buildings As you might expect of such an anti corporate area the shops in the Northern Quarter tend to be independent too Highlights include Fat City or Piccadilly Records both of which attract visiting DJs from around the country Rags to Bitches a vintage clothes shop that offers tarot and fairy cakes at the weekend Afflecks Palace a ramshackle flea market full of vintage clothing new designers and emo kids and the Craft Village where artists continue working as shoppers pass through their galleries The bar and restaurant scene in the area is among the best in the city Most of the bars and restaurants are one off labours of love so there is a real sense of character to them The celebrated Bluu Bar attracts the

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  • Oxford Road Area Guide
    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 venues

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  • Millennium Quarter Area Guide
    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 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

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  • Whalley Range Area Guide
    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 Whalley Range When Manchester first started experiencing wealth in the Industrial Revolution the rich people made their homes in Whalley Range As the city developed the rich moved further and further south Altrincham anyone and Whalley Range fell into disrepair crime and prostitution were both rife in the area up until fairly recently However over the last ten years or so big changes have taken place in the area If you take away the unfortunate reputation of Whalley Range you are left with an area teeming with character and quality There are some beautiful properties especially around the College Road area and every street appears to be studded with mature leafy trees There isn t much in the way of local amenities but the area s close proximity to Chorlton and easy access into town stops this from being much of a problem The area has a lively multicultural mix which is a refreshing change from the overwhelmingly white and middle class neighbouring areas of Chorlton and Didsbury

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  • Piccadilly Basin Area Guide
    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 Piccadilly Basin One of the newer areas of town to benefit from the regeneration craze the Piccadilly Basin and surrounding area will be unrecognisable in ten years time Lying between the Northern Quarter Piccadilly Railway Station and Piccadilly Gardens the Piccadilly Gateway is often what forms visitor s first impressions of Manchester as most travel routes enter the city here So far the area has not created a particularly good impression However there have already been massive regeneration projects to restore the canal and Piccadilly Basin itself providing walkways and landscaped areas and the grass and fountains at Piccadilly Gardens are now often busy on sunny days Being so close to the retail heart of Manchester the Piccadilly Gateway offers easy access to the bars restaurants and shops in the city centre but the area itself has little in the way of a separate identity Hotels lead from the station into the city including big players Malmaison Rossetti and City Inn and Kro Piccadilly and the Brunswick Lounge are both popular bars A few good cafés have appeared in the Piccadilly Gardens area from the prizewinning Barburrito to Rice However until the regeneration finishes residents can expect to spend much of their time in the nearby Northern Quarter The developments in the area look set

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