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Shared Ownership in Manchester

Amplify Apartments, Salford Quays, M50

The stunning scenery, waterside sunsets and top transport links of Salford Quays has cemented it as the property hotspot of the city. With transport links that put you at the heart of the Northern gateway and Media City quite literally on your doorstep, Salford Quays is the place to be. From exciting enterprises including ITV, Missguided and Ericsson relocating to this exciting corner of Manchester, you can bet business is booming in this urban oasis. Featuring luxury contemporary design, high-spec finishes and a desirable location, Amplify Apartments puts you at the heart of the action in Salford Quays.

Standish Grange, Standish, WN6

These 2 & 3 bedroom homes are enriched by the vast green spaces surrounding them, with woodlands, reservoirs and lakes to explore on your doorstep. Rivington Pike is just one of the walking destinations you can hike to in Standish and marvel at the tremendous peaks and troughs of Greater Manchester from high up on the pennines. And with the historically endearing village life of Standish closeby, you can do your shopping nestled amongst Tudor architecture and quaint cobbled high streets.

Scholars Fields, Manchester, M22

When it comes to modern living, affordability and location, Scholars Fields has got it all. With a mix of 147 beautifully appointed homes and a choice of ways to buy, there’s something for everyone- whether you’re a first-time buyer, a renter looking to save a deposit or a family needing more space.

Radclyffe Gardens, Oldham, OL9

If there’s one reason to move to Oldham it is certainly the blend of the urban and rural that outer Manchester regions offer. Wake up and draw the curtains to Bronte-esque views of rolling valleys and windswept moors while knowing you are a 15 minute tram ride from Manchester City Centre and it’s booming metropolis. Oldham does just that, with Dovestone reservoir around the corner, backdropped by a grandeur of waterways and bounding hills, as well as Daisy Nook Country Park sending you down winding waterside paths through the Medlock Valley. There is something quite breathtaking around the outskirts of this town. And with these spacious 2 to 4 bedroom homes just 20 minutes down Broadway to Manchester, you can enjoy both sides of the coin!

Minehead Apartments, Withington, M20 - Over 55s

These contemporary apartments are situated just half a mile from the bustling Burton Road, the beating heart of South Manchester, where you will find yourself spoilt for choice with excellent restaurants, cosy pubs and sophisticated bars - although there is a handy onsite cafe for residents to relax and soak up the community vibe of this development. Each newly built home boasts high-spec, modern eco-features, making them inexpensive to heat and maintain. The 54 apartments are perfect for single occupants or couples looking to downsize and enjoy the generous green spaces of the nearby parks and nature reserves, or take advantage of the short journey into central Manchester. Receive £500 towards legal fees if reserved before Christmas.

The Wharf, Cheadle, WA14

Regency Residential is proud to introduce 44 new apartments to the affluent town of Altrincham, Cheshire. Situated on Wharf Road, these incredible residential apartments are perfectly situated to enjoy the surrounding areas.

Named the Best Place to Live in the UK in 2020 by The Sunday Times, Altrincham boasts a rich history, reflected in the pride the town takes in preserving some of its classical buildings and landmarks, including 10 Grade I and II listed buildings. Altrincham is in close proximity to The Golden Triangle:

a collection of Cheshire’s towns and villages home to the lavish houses of famous footballers, entrepreneurs and celebrities. As such, the town has become one of the nation’s most sought-after and desirable residential areas to live.

Fabrick, Cheadle, SK8

With its quaint village appearance and cosmopolitan vibe, Cheadle Hulme is just eight miles from Manchester City Centre and five miles from Manchester Airport. There are a variety of local restaurants such as the ever-popular Gusto and great pubs such as The John Millington and Chiverton Tap. Platform 5 is a trendy coffee house come bar next to the train station and there is a John Lewis, Waitrose and Morrisons to satisfy food and homeware needs.


Located on Warren Road, Fabrick sits just two minutes’ walk from Cheadle Hulme station for a 16-minute train journey to Manchester Piccadilly and Stockport six minutes. The new £800m Airport City Manchester development (Manchester Airport) is just 10 minutes’ drive and the intu Trafford Centre, the UK’s third largest shopping centre, 20 minutes, for the best shopping in the North West.

Carding Garden, Routon, OL2

The homes at Carding Gardens have a perfect blend of contemporary design with a high specification. A mix of 2, 3 and 4 bed homes with parking and a spacious private garden.

Each home features light, spacious rooms finished with a modern specification. Kitchens include contemporary gloss fitted units with under cabinet lights, an electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan and luxury vinyl flooring to the kitchens and bathrooms.

Barlow Moor Road, Manchester, M21

Chorlton has not one, but three High Streets: Manchester Road, Beech Road and the district centre, where Barlow Moor meets Wilbraham. All three offer a diverse and lively range of independent shops, bars, cafes and markets, it has arts and green spaces, sports and community celebrations and a festival calendar of our very own.

Living with Manchester

Enduringly cool and leftfield, Manchester has always strum to its own beat with a knack for letting the good times roll. And there’s never been a better time to buy a slice of the action - forgotten areas of the city are being spruced up with inventive restaurants, cultural centres and slick flats, and old-time institutions, like the Victoria Baths, have been reinvigorated and now play host to some cracking fairs and festivals.

Why you should buy a shared ownership property in Manchester

Manchester’s legendary music scene - that spawned The Stone Roses, Oasis and the notorious nightclub, The Hacienda - continues its national domination with flagship live music venues and fun-centric bars staging new bands and artists. Its culinary map is more complex than ever, and regular shiny new openings mean you’ll never get bored or go hungry. The arts scene is well and truly alive too – classic art galleries like the revamped Whitworth art gallery have been joined by offbeat arts venues, such as HOME, and if you mosey on over to the Northern Quarter, don’t miss the impressive street art that’ll doll up your Instagram account. Elsewhere, the Lowry theatre showcases a clutch of West-End-worthy productions, and Manchester’s big gun museums rival London’s top sights.

There’s the Manchester Museum, with its thought-provoking collections of Egyptian artefacts and a fossilised T-Rex; the National Football Museum and City and United’s grounds where you can book behind-the-scenes tours; and the Chetham’s Library – the oldest public library in the English-speaking world - is an extraordinary place to leaf through medieval manuscripts and materials.

Part-buy Part-rent Manchester

When it comes to commuting and getting around, Manchester’s a doddle. It has a very walkable urban centre, but the transport links in place make darting from one side to the other very easy: there’s the free ‘hop on hop off bus’ that whips passengers between rail stations, shopping areas and the hubs of business, whilst a comprehensive bus, metrolink (tram) and train network ferries locals to all corners of the city. Sounds good eh? Which is exactly why many people want to put roots down here.

Few UK cities possess a more infectious pull than this northern kingpin – so if you’re thinking of buying a property here, let out a collective cheer: you can with shared ownership in Manchester, and there are dozens of developments scattered around. Look to the student-centric suburb of Withington, and you’ll find plush, modern two-bed apartments where the natural light streams in and kitchen islands make for perfect party props.

Within the development, residents have access to an onsite treatment room for wellbeing and a hip café with parquet flooring and bare bulbs. Head to Reddish, and you’ll find former warehouses converted into characterful flats, with high brick walls and huge windows. In Burnage, meanwhile, there are smart apartments with all mod cons and immaculate gardens.