Built by the Manchester Ship Canal Company, Salford Docks was opened in 1894 by Queen Victoria and spanned 120 acres of water. Partly acquired by Salford City Council in 1983 they rebranded the area as Salford Quays and commenced a regeneration scheme that would change the face of Salford.
Conveniently located opposite Exchange Quay tram stop is Adamson House, Saltra. A highly sought after development offering spacious and contemporary living minutes from Manchester city centre. The area is ideal for commuters requiring easy access to Trafford, South Manchester and the M602 motorway.
The apartment benefits from a secure communal entrance and lift access to all floors.
Property briefly comprises: Entrance/hallway with storage cupboard; Open plan lounge with Juliet balcony; Kitchen with integrated appliances; Master bedroom offering en suite facilities; Second double bedroom; Bathrooms with shower over the bath.
The property is currently tenanted on a rolling contract achieving �650.00 pcm. offers 5.2 gross rental yield and is sold with one secure car parking space.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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