Take a look inside one of Greater Manchester’s most sought after residential developments

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Situated on Woden Street, just off Ordsall Lane, Bridgewater Gate is the latest addition to Greater Manchester’s thriving property market.
This development contains 4 x studios, 22 x 1-beds, 21 x 2-beds and 6 x 3-bed apartments, perfectly appealing to young professionals looking for all the excitement of city living, yet with all the calmness and tranquility offered by ample outdoor space.

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Bridgewater Gate’s location is second to none. Residents are surrounded by a range of amenities such as shops, bars, restaurants and theatres.Right on the property’s doorstep are a number of tram and bus stops connecting tenants directly with the rest of Greater Manchester.Easy access to nearby main roads and motorways.
Residents of Bridgewater Gate will benefit immensely from the apartments’ luxury fixtures and fittings, stylish furniture and light, bright and spacious setting. In addition to a large open-plan living and kitchen area. Furthermore, whilst all apartments have exclusive access to the development’s roof terraces, a selection of these apartments will also feature a beautiful private balcony, only enhancing the feel of Bridgewater Gate as the perfect urban retreat

⇒6% expected returns

⇒Prices from £114,995

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