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Starting from £134,450


  • Full Airbnb Permitted

  • 15% Deposit on exchange

  • Free Hold

Welcome to Paragon


A new residential development in the world-renowned borough of Greater Manchester, Trafford. On offer is high-quality living accommodation that provides a perfect base to central Manchester and the world at large via air, road and rail.


The development is in a prime position along Seymour Grove, which is within Trafford’s masterplan. Setting the tone for the council’s transformative proposals for the area, which will breathe new life into this vibrant part of Greater Manchester. Refined, high-specification interiors and communal areas continue the theme inside, providing a great quality of life for owner-occupiers as well as excellent investment potential.

Experience luxury living


Paragon, is already a main stay in the Trafford community. It’s transition from office space to 115 spacious apartments is only set to secure that status among its residents.


Each apartment comes complete with all the expected conveniences, including built-in appliances such as
a ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer and accessory packs elevate these spaces, making city living even more of a pleasure. Seamless sliding doors create an open plan space to relax in. Brushed stainless steel and chrome ironmongery 
was chosen to create a contemporary look and feel, as well as a fully tiled bathroom and wood-effect flooring to add a finishing touch.

Investment Highlights


  • Full Airbnb permitted

  • 15% Deposit on exchange

  • PRICES FROM £135,900

  • Completion Q3 2022

  • Free Hold


  • Prices from £134,450

Property Location: M16 0LN, Manchester

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Investing in


Greater Manchester comprises the largest economic area in the UK outside of London with a population of 2.7 million.


As hub of the Northern Power House, the arrival of HS2, a £40.6 billion high speed railway development will connect London and the Midlands to Manchester. When finished, the standard journey time to London will be 1h 8m & 41m to Birmingham and is expected to create further demand for higher-quality residences required by commuters and professionals. Time Out has recently voted Manchester as one of the most exciting places in the world to live in and visit in 2018. This makes the city the perfect place to purchase a new build buy-to-let investment that will attract a reliable professional tenant.

Manchester is the second largest economy with largest regional financial and professional services industry in UK. City is also the hearth of Europe with its creative, digital and tech sector. Making it the biggest commercial property market outside of London (with a gross value added (GVA) of £62.8bn), the largest private equity community, and is set to become one of world’s top 20 digital cities by 2020. The city’s economy is one of the fastest growing in the UK and this isn’t expected to slow, with future projections forecasting that GVA will grow by 45% between 2016 and 2036.

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Stand Out Location

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Promising high rates of capital growth and exceptional rental yields, Manchester is one of the UK’s stand-out locations for buy-to-let property investment. It benefits from a strong presence of local businesses, high population growth, tourist attractions and all-round appeal as a place to live. 


Over the years, It became a major  location that has been a hot spot for investors. HSBC ranked the city as the UK’s number one property investment location. The magnificent transport links and its flourishing business hub has played a key role to its success as a property investment hotspot. It is estimated that house prices will grow by 22.8% between 2018 and 2022 in Manchester, whilst rents will rise by 17.6% in the same period.