More family homes now available at this new city centre waterside community

The three-storey family homes with terraces overlooking the Ashton Canal offer a slice of suburbia in the city
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The modern housebuilder House by Urban Splash has completed work at its latest phase of New Islington, a new waterside community for the city centre. 

Stubbs Mews comprises 18, three-storey family homes, each of which comes with an elevated terrace to the rear which overlooks the Ashton Canal. 

The homes have been precision manufactured in the House by Urban Splash factory using Modern Methods of Construction (MMC).

The construction method saw the homes completed in a matter of months, with all 18 properties ready for customers to immediately move into.

“We are delighted to have added more brilliantly designed homes to this vibrant neighbourhood in the centre of Manchester,” said Toby Brown from House by Urban Splash. 

“It’s long been our desire here to nurture a multi-tenure neighbourhood, and our efforts in recent years in creating our three storey Town House homes has paved the way for families to establish themselves in this slice of suburbia in the city.

“I’m thrilled to see Stubbs Mews complete; just a few of the homes remain on sale and there are a number of layouts for customers to choose from.

“We look forward to moving our first residents in – people who’ll benefit from all that New Islington has to offer – from the park, marina, Pollen Bakery and the new businesses now opening on the waterfront on the ground floor of the Mansion House block.

“It’s a great time to join the neighbourhood!”

Stubbs Mews can be found at the north eastern side of the New Islington neighbourhood.

It is the latest development at New Islington where the company has already created hundreds of houses and apartments, more than a third of them affordable, as well as cafes, restaurants, a marina, park, and an OFSTED Outstanding primary school.

Right now, the company is also offering customers an added incentive, covering the cost of Stamp Duty – saving customers up to £16,500 in the process.

The show home at Stubbs Mews is available to view from this week. 

House by Urban Splash will soon turn its attentions to the final houses being created at New Islington, with details set to be unveiled in 2022. Meanwhile, the remaining homes on sale at Stubbs Mews each offer three storeys of living space and prices start from £495,000.

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