Manchester city center has many beautiful properties, but the rows of historic terraced houses are extremely thin on the ground.
In fact, the neat street of St John Street is the only remaining Georgian terraced street in central Manchester and dates from around 1785.
For generations these impressive buildings have been used as offices, but in recent years they have been carefully restored to their former splendor as four-story townhouses.
And now they’re showing up on the local property market, with a couple of houses for rent.
They’re not cheap, as you’d expect, given a) their location just off Deansgate, b) the high-spec renovation they’ve gone through, and c) the fact that houses in Manchester city center are virtually nonexistent.
One of the Georgian houses on St John Street is currently on the market to rent for £15,000 per month.
Another is listed at £10,000 per month. Good.
They are currently among the most expensive rental houses in the city, second only to the penthouses at Beetham Tower and buildings of the century.
For the upper blow, you’ll get three bedrooms, three bathrooms, four reception rooms, and around 3000 square feet of home.
The four-story layout includes a basement entertainment room and bar, a huge kitchen and living rooms on the ground floor, a first-floor master bedroom with a huge en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, then another floor of bedrooms or office space. .
The more expensive of the two houses is currently undergoing renovation so pictures of a neighboring house, finished to the same specifications, are being used online instead.
Reside Manchester, who is marketing the Georgian rental house, says: “The house has been restored and renovated to its former glory, using the highest specification available, to include heated marble tiles in the hallways and hallways. kitchen areas.
“The bespoke contemporary kitchen has been designed by Stuart Frazer and retains the original fireplaces within the new contemporary kitchen.”
The list continued: “The townhouse is furnished to the highest standards with no expense spared on fixtures and fittings throughout the home.
“The basement level adds an extra dimension to the townhome as it was beautifully converted to add an additional entertainment area with a custom bar, laundry room and wine cellar.”
You can see more about this amazing house, currently listed to rent for £15,000 a month, on rightmove here.
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