19th Century converted guest house comes to market in Sale, Manchester

08 February 2017

International real estate advisor Savills, on behalf of a private investor, has brought to market Brooklands Lodge in Sale, South Manchester. 

The 19th Century converted guesthouse has been extensively refurbished and features eight high quality letting bedrooms, a serviced apartment and a further three bedrooms which are currently occupied by the vendor.  Constructed in 1851, the property is thought to have been one of the first private residential dwellings in the Brooklands area and originally boasted its own coach house and piggery. 

Located on Marsland Road, Brooklands Lodge also has a detached garage and sits on a large site with parking for up to 10 cars.  The property can also cater for small conferences of up to 12 people and offers convenient Metrolink access to Manchester city centre, Trafford Centre, Manchester Airport and Old Trafford.  Numerous golf courses and the Peak District National Park are also within close proximity.

Tom Cunningham, hotels director at Savills, comments: “This established guest house has a strong trading history and offers excellent growth potential through conversion of the bedrooms currently occupied by the vendor for commercial use.  Investor interest is likely to be further enhanced by its location in the affluent suburb of Sale.”


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