A unique three-bedroom townhouse has been put up for sale for £ 1.35million.
The five-story property in Spinningfields features a rare gold-plated facade with shutters that can be opened and closed, giving the building a luxurious and ever-changing look.
The unique new construction comprises three double bedrooms with private bathrooms, a large fitted kitchen, a living-dining room, a roof terrace and a roof garden with its own hot tub.
Situated on Wood Street opposite the John Rylands Library, the Townhouse is perfectly situated in an area home to some of Manchester’s most remarkable skyscrapers, upscale restaurants, bars and designer shops.
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Spanning 2,200 square feet, the home is truly distinct in its design, with top-level architectural finishes and a stunning interior.
The goods is accessed by an electric gate that opens to reveal a built-in garage with parking for one vehicle.
Through the garage is the entrance to the house, with on the ground floor the first double bedroom en suite which could instead be used as a home office if required.
This bedroom has its own access to a private terrace offering ample outdoor space.
A modern staircase leads to the first floor of the property where the remaining two spacious bedrooms are located.
The master bedroom is located at the front of the house with large floor-to-ceiling windows that let in an abundance of natural light.
This bedroom has its own bathroom and an elegant freestanding bathtub facing the windows, giving the impression of a boutique hotel.
The third double bedroom is well proportioned next to the main bathroom, acting as another bathroom.
On the second floor is the townhouse centerpiece where the open plan kitchen, dining room and living room are located.
The large fitted kitchen is fitted with high-end built-in appliances, including a fridge-freezer, induction hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher and wine fridge.
The spacious dining area has plenty of room for a central dining table as well as additional seating to create social space.
Towards the rear of the property is the living room which benefits from a double height ceiling filled with a giant cargo net hammock suspended above.
On the third floor is the loft bedroom – a unique social space where you can sit and relax on the huge hammock.
This room also has a door located on the opposite site which opens onto the magnificent sun terrace.
Up the spiral staircase from the sun terrace is the roof garden, which has its own wooden hot tub.
This space provides a great place to host social events with stunning views over Manchester city center.
The gold shutters on the front elevation can be opened to overlook the John Rylands Bookcase or closed to provide privacy and security.
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