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It’s time to be inspired An Inspired home is designed with first-time buyers and young professionals in mind. Innovative, lifestyle-led layouts make the most of every inch of space to offer some of the best-value living in town. Every home offers hallway-free design and light-filled open-plan interiors designed for modern, luxurious urban living to look and feel more spacious. And every fixture, fitting and finish has a contemporary feel that you – and your friends – will notice straight away. So if you’re ready to own your first home, or are simply investing for the future, we can show you how to turn that dream into a reality.


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Albert Hall Located in Deensgate, Albert Hall is by far and away the best venue in Manchester with live gigs from Sam Smith and The Manic Street Preachers and club nights such as the Transmission zseries and FAC51.z

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Tailor your space with new flexible furniture solutions. From sofa storage to transforming tables, you decide‌

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Fabrick take the perfect first step 184 studio, one and two bedroom apartments offer micro-living for a macro lifestyle. Inspired has built a reputation for creating intelligently designed high-spec, high-tech and ultra high-quality compact living spaces – and Fabrick is no exception. Expect the latest technology, the UK’s fastest broadband, hardwood floors, and big-name kitchens and bathrooms. Residents will also enjoy exclusive access to a communal residents' lounge and roof top terrace.


Residents’ lounge at Inspired Homes’ Green Dragon House development. For illustrative purposes only.


Watch movies on the big screen, shoot some pool, or catch up with friends in your stylish WiFi-ready Residents' Club Lounge.

Pictured is the Residents’ Lounge at award-winning Green Dragon House in Croydon. Residents’ Lounge at Fabrick will take its own style and form a great social space for residents.



Welcome to Cheadle Hulme connecting the essentials With its quaint village appearance and cosmopolitan vibe, Cheadle Hulme is just eight miles from Manchester City Centre and five miles from Manchester Airport. There are great pubs such as The John Millington and Chiverton Tap while two theatres offer a thriving amateur theatre scene. Manchester Airport is also only a 10-minute drive away and will be home to the new £800m Airport City Manchester development and its £130m China Cluster, set to be the UK’s first airport city and a leading business hub in the region. Fancy a spot of shopping? The country’s second largest shopping centre, the Trafford Centre, is just 20 minutes by car. It has a great range of outlets from high street favourites to chic one-off classics.


Up for a big night out at Albert Hall? Or a relaxing walk around Bramall Hall’s beautiful gardens? Do it all from Cheadle Hulme‌


Access All Areas Whatever you feel like doing, wherever you feel like going, it’s a breeze to get to from Cheadle Hulme. Take a short drive to the restaurants and bars of trendy West Didsbury, or hop on the train for a short 16-minute journey to Manchester Piccadilly. Off on holiday? Manchester Airport is just a 10-minute drive away – now with direct flights to China. And if you need a new outfit for the weekend, the Trafford Centre is just 20 minutes up the M60.

























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Suzie Smith - Social Worker

Femi Akinloye - Store Manager

“Cheadle Hulme has such a great vibe. You’ve got places to go in the evenings along Station Road such as Gusto, which has great cocktails by the way, and the John Millington, a pub transformed from a beautiful historic Grade II listed hall. I love sitting in its cosy intimate areas with a glass of wine. There’s also a thriving amateur theatre scene centred around two local theatres – Chads and Cheadle Hulme Theatre and if that’s not enough, West Didsbury is a short taxi for a quality evening out.”

“You’ve got everything you need – a Waitrose, stunning country walks around the lakes and gardens at Bramall Hall, and Warehouse Project, a nightclub underneath Manchester Piccadilly station – just 16 minutes away on the train. I work at the Trafford Centre which is a 20-minute drive up the M60 – it’s the second largest shopping centre in the country.”

Tip: Try the slow-roasted lamb shank with cheese mash at the Millington; it melts in your mouth.

Tip: The last train back from Manchester Piccadilly is the 23.37, or you can get an Uber for £15.

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Jacob Nevitt - PR Executive

Ashney Patel – Office Manager

“I grew up in Cheadle Hulme but left to go to uni in Durham. I stayed there for a bit after graduating but I’m back now and love it here. The schools are great, it has a really close-knit community and it takes no time at all to get into the city. There are also some good local pubs such as the Chiverton Tap – it was set up by beer-loving locals and, as you would expect, the beers are the best.”

“I recently moved to Cheadle Hulme from Salford. I just fell in love with the place – it’s lovely here, villagey but with an urban feel to it. I chose Cheadle Hulme because I wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of the city but remain close to it as I work for an investment bank in the city centre. I’m surrounded by like-minded people and the train into Manchester Piccadilly only takes 16 minutes, so it’s super easy to get into work.”

Tip: If you like your craft beer, head to the Chiverton Tap on Mellor Road.

Tip: Platform 5 next to the railway station is ideal for a quick coffee and light bite on the way to work. 17





Head up town 10 great things to do in Manch Warehouse Project


One of the UK’s most celebrated clubbing destinations, hidden within an old World War II air raid shelter beneath Manchester Piccadilly station. With Fabrick just two minutes from Cheadle Hulme station, you could be home to clubbing in less than 20 minutes.

Sitting on the fringe of the Northern Quarter’s creative cluster, Ancoats has become one of Manchester’s hippest places to visit where old mills have been regenerated by indie cafes, restaurants and bars offering high-quality, artisan products.



Manchester’s breweries

Located in Salford Quays, join a tour of the BBC at MediaCityUK and walk in the footsteps of your favourite TV personalities. You’ll get to take a peek into the studios where they make their shows and receive a fascinating insight into the inner workings of TV and radio from the tour guides.

Manchester’s beer scene is booming at the minute with alternative ‘underground’ breweries found inside industrial sheds and under railway arches. Expect DJs, street food, and lots of beer. Among the best are Track Brew Tap on Sheffield Street, Blackjack Brewtap on Gould Street and Alphabet Brew Tap & Food Yard on North Western Street.


The Refuge

Albert Hall

DJ duo Justin Crawford and Luke Cowdrey, aka The Unabombers, joined forces with The Principal Manchester to curate The Refuge Dining Room & Public Bar. Enjoy great tunes, happy hour cocktails and delicious food in an awesome setting.

Located in Deensgate, Albert Hall is by far and away the best venue in Manchester with live gigs from Sam Smith and The Manic Street Preachers and club nights such as the Transmission series and FAC51.

Underground Manchester

Spinningfields Spinningfields is one of Europe’s most successful regeneration projects, creating a leading business quarter in the UK as well as being a venue for culture and entertainment, playing host to public art pieces and an outdoor cinema. They even have ‘Spinfest’, a series of bank holiday music festivals showcasing up-and-coming artists.

Concealed beneath this historic city are hidden relics of the past. Take a look at some of the tunnels and spaces including the remnants of a tube station that never was, a communications bunker, air raid shelters, canals and even shops.

Football mad

Central Library

Manchester is home to two of the world’s biggest football clubs – Manchester United and Manchester City – who in recent years have battled each other for the Premier League title. Treat yourself to a tour of Old Trafford or the Etihad, or book tickets for match day to enjoy the full experience.

This recently refurbished neoclassical library is home to priceless treasures such as Shakespeare's Second Folio from 1632 and a handwritten copy of the Codex Justinianus, a 12th-century code of law originally compiled for the Roman Emperor Justinian. 23



Help to Buy

Ready to take your first step Purchase price 5% deposit

£150,000 £7,500

20% equity loan


55% mortgage balance


Approximate monthly mortgage repayments*


Breakdown indicative of typical costs for an Inspired Home – always consult a Help to Buy specialist

Help to Buy will be available six months prior to completion of the development. Help to Buy puts property ownership within reach and means an end to renting. If you have a deposit of just 5%, the scheme offers a Government Equity Loan of up to 20% of the value of your home. That means you only have to secure a mortgage of up to 75% of the property’s value from a bank or building society. The loan comes interest-free for the first five years and can be repaid at any time during the loan term or on the sale of your home. So what does that mean for you? Well, with an apartment costing £150,000, you could purchase an Inspired home with a £7,500 deposit and annual salary of around £25,000.* Friends, siblings and couples can also purchase together and combine salaries.

*Help to Buy is available on new build homes up to £600,000 subject to the Government ‘Help to Buy’ terms and conditions and only available to customers where a primary mortgage is secured. Not available on second, additional homes, buy-to-let or let-to-buy properties. The equity loan is interest free for the first five years, after five years, an annual fee of 1.75% of the outstanding equity loan is charged. This is increased annually by RPI plus 1%. Subject to status, terms and conditions. *Prices are indicative approximations of a typical Inspired Homes property – correct at time of press. Help to Buy is subject to eligibility. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it. If you are in any doubt, seek independent financial advice. These figures are based on the respective asking prices with a mortgage term of 25 years and a 3% interest rate. Exclusive of service charge and ground rents. Always seek the advice of a mortgage specialist.


Brilliant high quality specifications



GENERAL Wood flooring Low energy LED lighting Wired for Sky + with TV points in bedrooms and living areas Video intercom door entry system CCTV to building Electronic fob entry to building

TECHNOLOGY Evinox efficient heating system Heat recovery ventilation Nest Smart Thermostat Hyperoptic broadband - 1Gb connection - fastest in UK

KITCHEN Granite worktops High gloss integrated kitchen units Contemporary wall tiling Designer taps High quality integrated appliances

BATHROOM Large stone tiles Designer sanitaryware Designer taps Images of a typical Inspired property. We employ a policy of continuous improvement and reserve the right to alter or amend the specification as necessary and without prior notice.


Our Models Micro One



Micro Two


Micro One - Total: 32sqm (344sqft)

Micro Two - Total: 56sqm (603sqft)

Kitchen/ living: 6.4m x 2.9m (20.1ft x 9.5ft) Bedroom: 3m x 2.3m (9.8ft x 7.5ft) Bathroom: 2.1m x 2m (6.9ft x 6.6ft)

Kitchen/ living: 5.3m x 4.3m (17.4ft x 14.1ft) Bedroom one: 3.6m x 3.1m (11.8ft x 10.2ft) Bedroom two: 2.4m x 1.8m (7.9ft x 5.9ft) Bathroom: 2.1m x 2.1m (6.9ft x 6.9ft)

Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.

The Apartments Ground Floor

Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.


1st Floor


Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.

2nd Floor

Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.


3rd Floor


Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.

4th Floor

Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.


5th Floor


Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.

6th Floor

Total areas are approximate only and may vary. Plans are subject to change, please ask sales advisor for further information.


These particulars are not considered to be a formal offer, they are for information purposes only and to provide an overview of the property. They are not taken as forming any part of a resulting contract, nor to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, no liability can be accepted for their inaccuracy. All CGIs shown are representative and for indicative purposes solely. CGIs are artist’s impressions and should be treated as such, final finishes and fixtures may be different to those seen here. Floorplans and dimensions are subject to planning and for guidance only. Layouts are indicative only and are subject to change. Floorplans are not to scale. Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the correctness of these particulars which are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through the developer or his agent. These particulars are believed to be correct at the time of issue and any areas, measurements, dimensions, distances or products referred to are indicative only and have been taken from architect’s current drawings which may be subject to change during the source of construction. In view of continuing improvements policy the detailed specification and/or layout may change. Photos and names have been changed to protect the identity of individuals.


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