On visiting Manchester in 1825, the German architect Karl Schinkel wrote of his visit that "the enormous factory buildings are seven to eight storeys high...where three years ago there were only meadows". He went on to say that the buildings were so black that they looked as if they had stood already for a hundred years.
Originally christened Industry House, this five storey warehouse was constructed for W. Millington in 1913. Clad in buff coloured terracotta and offering glazed tiled walls and marble dado to its stunning interior, this striking building now stands prominently on Dale Street, a popular film location for national production company`s as well as Hollywood.
Being right in the heart of the action allows residents the opportunity for a plethora of local amenities at their finger tips, and easy access to all Manchester`s transport networks.
The development benefits from a secure communal entrance with lifts service to all floors.
Property briefly comprises: Entrance/hallway; Two storage cupboards; Open plan lounge/diner; `L` shaped kitchen with appliances; Bedroom; Luxury bathroom.
The property is offered chain free with vacant possession.
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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