Located at the crossroads of Langworthy Road and Liverpool Street, the park is perhaps better known locally as Chimney Pot Park due to its raised position, which provides a magnificent view of the surrounding terrace chimney pots. There’s so much to attract you to this development – shops around the corner, a Metrolink stop down the road, a park on your door step and Salford Quays, Manchester city centre and Salford city centre just minutes away.
Upside down living
An award-winning ‘topsy-turvy’ housing development created from existing terraced housing remodelled to create high-quality, modern homes that retain the character and integrity of the neighbourhood. The Victorian terraces close to Salford Quays were remodelled by developer Urban Splash after being threatened with demolition.
Built by the renown developer – Urban Splash – The best bits of the original terraces have been kept – the size, the shape, the roof, the front door, the streets, but with the help of architects shedkm, the insides are something altogether new. We’ve literally turned the inside of the terraced house upside-down. Living space and kitchens on the upper floors with the bedrooms downstairs, a new balcony and terrace have been added with secure parking to boot! New homes in old shells.