For sale in Manchester: Northern Quarter apartment in listed building that was once a legendary nightclub

This building once housed a world-famous nightclub.

This two-bedroom apartment in the heart of the Northern Quarter is on the market now for £320,000. 

It is located inside a Grade II listed former cotton warehouse built around 1870-1892. Long-time Manchester residents will also recognise this building as the home of legendary nightclub Foo Foo’s Palace, which closed its doors in 2002. 

The corner apartment includes all the original features that make these warehouse conversions so desirable, including high ceilings, exposed brick walls, feature brick fireplaces, iron columns and wooden beams.

It has two bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite, as well as an open plan living and dining area, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a three-piece main bathroom and plenty of in-built storage. 

The apartment is listed by Purple Bricks on Rightmove

Property summary:

Location: 56 Dale Street, Manchester, M1

Price: £32,000

Contact: 0161 524 9265

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