New Cross Central, 56 Marshall Street, Manchester, M4 5FU | New homes for sale | Savills
774 to 777 sq ft(71.91 to 72.19 sq m)
Guide price £363,000 -​ £383,500

New Cross Central56 Marshall Street, Manchester, M4 5FU

  • New development

Key features

  • Complete now
  • Sought after Location
  • Low Service Charge
  • Communal landscaped courtyard
  • A new build with unique character
  • Entrance lobby
  • Private terraces to some units
  • Pet friendly development
  • Beautifully designed homes

New Cross Central is a development of 80 high quality new 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes, with individual townhouses, one of a kind penthouses, and unique apartments on offer

About this property

  • New Cross Central pays homage to the history and character of Manchester with a robust red brick stepped exterior and exposed concrete walls on the interior.

    Named after its location at the heart of the evolving New Cross neighbourhood nestled between the trendy Northern Quarter and Ancoats, the scheme is focused on community, brought together by a lush central landscaped courtyard.

    New Cross Central blends ultra-modern style and raw beauty. A combination of exposed concrete walls and ceilings, with high-quality interior finishes. These include the gorgeous wood floors and natural quartz worktops. Bathrooms feature crafted wall tiling and brass taps, and everything from the outset and throughout is finished to a high specification.

    Some residences benefit from generous terraces with views back towards the vibrant city centre.

    All homes have an abundance of natural light.

The specification at New Cross Central is fantastic, the feel and rustic aesthetic with the use of exposed concrete is unique and in keeping with the history of the area surrounding the development.

Nathan RiddochProperty agent

Local information

  • Located at the centre of an up-and-coming, exciting quarter of Manchester, New Cross is a neighbourhood full of personality and individuality.
  • The district of New Cross was once the centre of production for Penny Broadsides in the 18th and 19th century.
  • It will now be transformed into one of the most exciting new neighbourhoods in Manchester once again, making it a hub of activity.
  • The New Cross development strategy set out by Manchester City Council will see hundreds of apartments and townhouses that will regenerate and transform one of the last undeveloped parts of the city centre.
  • New Cross will create a new public space, improved walking and transport links and seamlessly knit the area into the growth and expansion of the city centre.
  • New Cross is the last piece of the Manchester city centre jigsaw, creating an opportunity unlike any other.
  • New Cross Central will be at the heart of this transformation

Additional information

  • EPC: B to C
  • Service Charge:£2.32psft
  • Ground rent: £0
  • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 10/10/2272 (248 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: TBC
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: C