The King Street Collection
An innovative conversion development of four luxury townhouses in the busy heart of Manchester's city centre.
Private roof terraces
The King Street Collection is an innovative conversion development in the busy heart of Manchester's city centre. The Collection contains four carefully-crafted homes of distinction which span three storeys and include private roof terraces.
Sitting above street level, the four homes in the King Street Collection provide comfort and privacy while maintaining a strong connection to the vibrant city centre. This is an increasingly rare combination in Manchester, making these homes something of a rarity.
Each townhouse features a welcoming entrance space, and bedrooms are positioned over two floors, with the master bedrooms enjoying their own exclusive level within each home. Kitchen, dining and living spaces can be found in the upper floors, and are designed as attractive, dynamic open-plan spaces which allow residents' individuality to come through.
The highest quality fixtures, fittings and finishes are used throughout each home in the King Street Collection. A carefully-selected palette and colour scheme creates a characterful, refined luxury feel.
The King Street Collection is perfectly placed for residents who want to make the most of living in Manchester city centre. Exciting restaurants, high-end shops, bustling bars and convenient transport links are all just minutes away. In addition, cultural hotspots including Manchester Art Gallery, the Royal Exchange Theatre and Central Library are only a short walk away.
What's more, the local area is also one of the most beautiful in Manchester. The nearby Boardman's Entry connects to South King Street, an area full of hidden gems and curiosities. To the south east lies Albert Square, home to Manchester Town Hall, and just beyond that is St. Peter's Square.
In the other direction is Deansgate and the John Rylands Library, a neo-gothic masterpiece which acts as the gateway to Spinningfields. To the north you can find the attractive St Anne's Square, and a little further on from that lie Manchester Cathedral, Selfridges and the iconic Northern Quarter.
More about Manchester
Why invest in Manchester?
- Property values in Manchester are growing at twice the rate they are in London
- House prices in Manchester have grown by over 30% in the last five years
- Greater Manchester economy is growing at a rate of 4.3% a year
- Manchester named by HSBC as the UK’s top investment city
- City centre population increasing to 100,000 by 2025
- St Anne’s Square
- Manchester Cathedral
- Northern Quarter
- Albert Square
- St. Peter’s Square