One of the original buildings from the Manchester Racecourse has been carefully restore and of the original buildings from the Manchester Racecourse has been carefully restore and now creates a unique experience for buyers at our Castle Irwell development in Salford
The Turnstile Building once saw thousands pass through its distinctive arched gateways every race day back in the 1900’s but is now the marketing suite for the development where buyers can look at plans and choose their interior design options.
Salboy head of marketing Benjamin Ashcroft said: “It is a beautiful space with vaulted beamed ceilings that has been fitted out to show the huge range of options buyers have to customise their homes. We want them to really enjoy the process and they can also learn a bit more about the history of the Racecourse and the area.
“It’s a unique experience which again demonstrates Salboy’s commitment to quality and choice and customer service.”
Castle Irwell will be an urban village, built around open green spaces and close to countryside and nature yet on the doorstep of the thriving cities of Manchester and Salford.
With two, three or four bedroom homes available, prices start from £199,950 with four bedroom homes from £324,950.
The first phase release is already 90% sold and phase two has now been made available.
Benjamin added: “Castle Irwell is the perfect place for anyone wanting to put down roots close to the city centre but with green space on the doorstep. We have been delighted by buyers’ reaction to the design and layout of the properties and the lifestyle the location offers.
The first homes will be completed by this spring with the first residents due to move in in April.
We understand the history and importance of the Turnstile Building to the local area and we’re committed to securing its long-term future for the benefit of residents once the development is complete.