Scholars Walk - the family home designed to exceed expectations

PUBLISHED: 11:42 11 June 2020 | UPDATED: 11:42 11 June 2020

Scholar�s Walk - JP & Brimelow

Scholar�s Walk - JP & Brimelow


An exclusive new development of 18 townhouses is being launched by JP & Brimelow and Laurus Homes in the sought-after Mancunian village Whalley Range.

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Designed with a combination of luxury and practicality, the four-bedroom townhouses situated on Wellington Road are perfect for family life.

Each home boasts spacious accommodation across three floors; downstairs you will find an entrance hall, downstairs W.C and a fully fitted kitchen area leading to the lounge/dining room with access into the rear enclosed garden.

The kitchen area is fully equipped with integrated Zanussi appliances including an oven, gas hob with extractor hood, fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher. The stunning Halvanto worktops complement the high specification of the rest of the kitchen area and provide ample space for preparing meals.

The first floor of the property showcases two spacious double bedrooms, including the prestigious master bedroom which is accompanied by a three-piece en-suite shower room. The master bedroom also has plenty of space for fitted wardrobes to store a range of outfits for the unpredictable Mancunian climate!

Finally, the second floor of the home reveals two further double bedrooms and a three-piece family bathroom, ideal for children having a whole floor of the house to enjoy. Depending on the size of the family living at the property, one bedroom could potentially be used as a playroom, or alternatively, an office to suit all working from home needs.

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The Scholars Walk properties are light and airy due to the large windows allowing light to flood in to the home, creating a calm and inviting atmosphere for residents to enjoy their abode to its full potential.

Owner of JP & Brimelow, Eddie Ellis, who has over 18 years’ experience selling properties in the South Manchester area, commented: “We are thrilled to be working with Laurus Homes on the development and I am so impressed with the quality and style of housing. I cannot wait for buyers to start enjoying everything Scholar’s Walk has to offer.”

The closest schools to Scholar’s Walk are St Margaret’s CofE Primary School, Our Lady’s RC Primary School Manchester and St Mary’s CofE Junior and Infant School. For older children, William Hulme’s Grammar School and the Manchester Academy are also a short distance from the development. All of the institutions have Ofsted ratings of good or outstanding.

The townhouses are just a short 15-minute walk away from the boutique village of Chorlton that provides a vibrant atmosphere and includes an array of independent cafés, bars and restaurants. Amongst the other local amenities there are a variety of shops catering for day to day requirements such as the award winning Barbakan delicatessen and the Unicorn (Manchester’s co-operative grocery).

Scholar’s Walk couldn’t be in a more convenient location for travel to the city centre, with access to the motorway network just a short drive away. In terms of public transport, the nearest mainline train station is Manchester Deansgate for frequent connections to Piccadilly, and there are also Metrolink stations in Firswood, Chorlton and Old Trafford. Scholar’s Walk is a five-minute walk away from the Metrolink station on Ryebank Road in Firswood, providing easy access to a range of amenities, including a direct link to Media city.

Wondering how to spend the weekend? The Trafford Centre is just a 15-minute drive away from Scholar’s Walk, if shopping is top of the priority list. Alternatively, Alexandra Park is right on the doorstep of the development, perfect for dog walks and tiring the kids out on the playground.

The Longford, The Whitworth, The Regent, The Seymour and The Alexandra are all currently available at the Whalley Range development. To find out more information, contact JP & Brimelow on 0161 882 2233.

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