Case Study

Stone Cross House

Manchester commuter town smart homes - perfect for first time buyers

From £85,000

  • Part of £1bn Bolton town centre masterplan
  • Properties from £85,000
  • Low deposit




Q2 2020 completion estimate


250 year leasehold


Estimated yields of 6.43%-7.04%


1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments

Bolton, Greater Manchester

Situated just a 20-minute train journey from Manchester, Bolton is a prime example of a successful regional commuter town on the up in the north-west of England. With millions of pounds worth of investment being ploughed into the area, attracting an influx of new inhabitants and creating hundreds of new jobs, it is an extremely exciting place to invest right now. Property prices in Bolton are currently low, while the population continues to grow as the area becomes more popular among young professionals. This makes it an ideal opportunity for investors looking for a low entry point with huge potential for the future. Stone Cross House in the Church Wharf regeneration area is in the thick of the current investment projects within the town.

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Bolton Stone Cross House

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