Month: July 2017

‘the secret garden’ in fletcher moss

Heartbreak Productions return to the great outdoors of Fletcher Moss for performances of ‘The Secret Garden’, a classic children’s tale, demonstrating all that is good about friendship and promises to add a touch of magic to your summer’s evening.
There are performances on the 18th, 19th and 20th August with a running time of 2 hours 20 mins.  Picnics are welcome and a premium seating (chair provided) is available.  For standard seating bring something to sit on and of course suitable clothing for an English summer!  Click to find out more and tickets..
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farewell to pinchjo’s on burton rd

Joe and the team at Pinchjo’s will be saying goodbye on Saturday 29th July with a night of nibbles, drinks and a DJ from 6pm will late.
On Sunday 30th July, the restaurant will be open for the final time from 1pm – 10pm just serving drinks – an ideal opportunity to pop along and have a final tipple.
In the meantime on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, all tapas dishes will be £4.50 all night and on Thursday evening, the same offer applies between 5pm and 7pm.
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which landlords insurances are available?

Landlord insurance is similar to your normal home insurance but is designed to cover rental properties. Your standard home insurance will not be adequate for covering buy to let properties also.

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amazing investment opportunity in didsbury!

Marketed by Jordan Fishwick for £200,000 is this semi-detached property in need of full refurbishment! The property is in such a condition that internal viewings are not possible and it is available to cash buyers only. Once refurbished, these houses are selling for well in excess of £350,000 and they rent for approximately £1,250 pcm. For a seasoned developer this property could be a fantastic opportunity…

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fantastic hmo investment property in west didsbury

We have just been instructed to market this very well presented HMO property on Northen Grove in West Didsbury. This substantial period property is just a short stroll to Burton Road and its excellent range of independent amenities. The property is currently utilised as an HMO investment, with 7 rooms rented out independently on a house share basis and as such will appeal to both investors and those looking for a family home with minimal changes necessary. Currently achieving an annual income of CIRCA £39,900 with further scope to convert the basement, this is a sound investment with a current yield of around 5.9%.

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west didsbury apartment in need of refurbishment

Marketed by Gascoigne Halman for offers over £105,000 is this one bedroom purpose built apartment located in West Didsbury. Situated within strolling distance of the Christie Hospital, Metrolink, bus routes and Withington village, this apartment would be an excellent investment opportunity. One beds in this development can fetch £600pcm and a similar apartment sold in the block for £122,000 just under one year ago.

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Length of residents’ working day

Areas which are home to residents who work long hours tend to have something of a split personality. The people you might see on the street on weekdays are often very different to those at weekends. The crucial benchmark is 49 hours per week. If you’re working that many hours or more, remember no one on their death bed ever wished they’d spent more time in the office!

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guitar trail in fletcher moss gardens

Now running for its 9th year is the annual Guitar Trail taking place in Fletcher Moss Gardens from 12.30pm on Sunday 23rd July.
The event is held to help raise money for ‘music in hospitals’, a charity which takes live music to people in health care which in turn raises the spirits of both staff and patients.
This years event is also in honour of Peter Gidman, the founder of the Guitar Trail who sadly passed away earlier this year.
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Local property prices vs region & country

It is hard to gauge actual property price movements without having something to compare them against. The chart shows the price differences in our area compared to the wider region and the rest of England and Wales for the last eight years.

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