Hidden out of sight and away from the beating heart of Manchester city centre, lies the city`s best kept secret, St John`s Gardens. Here once stood St John`s Church, erected in 1769 by the son of a poet, Edward Byrom, it served its congregation for more than 160 years before being demolished in 1931. It was the first significant building in Manchester to be constructed in the Victorian Gothic style of architecture and the tower contained a pearl of eight bells. In 1932 the land was redeveloped to offer a formal garden which is now home to a stone cross commemorating the church. An area of tranquillity for this owner occupied community, the gardens complement Porchfield Square and neighbouring buildings.
Located on the top floor, this duplex apartment briefly comprises: open plan lounge/diner with Juliet balcony; storage cupboard; separate kitchen with integrated appliances; two double bedrooms; bathroom.
The property further benefits from a large, private storage room located on the ground floor, a garage with plumbing for a washing machine and visitor parking.
Offered with vacant possession this property must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
Annual service charge: £1,498.00
Annual ground rent: Peppercorn
Length of lease: 150 years from 1979
Management company: Jacobs Engineering Group
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