Perfectly located on the banks of the River Irwell, The Waterhouse is a new build, off-plan residential development in the heart of Greater Manchester. The high-specification nine storey building complimented with private balconies and roof terrace comprises 86 stunning waterside apartments affording impressive city and water views.
The Waterhouse offers a range of well-appointed one, two and three bedroom apartments together with two bedroom duplexes and stunning two and three bed penthouses all designed to the highest standard to provide residents with luxury waterside living.
The Waterhouse offers a range of on-site amenities, gymnasium and communal lounges that provide adaptable contemporary space, be it for watching movies, gaming or social gatherings. Landscaped rooftop gardens allow residents to relax overlooking the river and enjoy their own private outside space away from the bustle of modern city life. An excellent range of local shops, bars and restaurants can be found within walking distance or easy bike ride with on-site cycle storage provided. Residents can easily access Manchester city centre and Salford Quays/Media City by foot and are well connected by public transport with frequent bus services throughout the day.
Communal Roof Terrace
As well as enjoying everything that Manchester has to offer, the enviable riverside location of The Waterhouse gives great access to the historic Castlefield area and proximity to the city centre unlocking the full potential of city living. Also, just a stone's throw away, is Salford Quays and MediaCityUK.
Cornbrook Light Rail Station - 0.6 miles
Media City - 1.5 miles
Manchester city centre - 0.7 miles
KEY MARKET STATISTICS
UK’s third largest city with over 510,000 people
in GDP, third largest in the UK
Students in the city, as well as a graduate retention rate of 51%
visitors in 2017, 10% increase year on year
rental yields being achieved in Manchester
increase in rental yields in 2017
of private lets, one of the highest in the UK
between London and Manchester with HS2 in 2032
increase in house prices over the last 5 years
population growth between 2002 and 2015
ncrease in house prices in 2018, compared with 1% national average
new homes needed by 2035