Buying a home for the first time can be daunting. You want to make sure that you get it right, and we’re here to help you do just that.  At Potato Wharf our homes are ready to move in now, completely hassle free.  
Any home purchased at Potato Wharf up to £500,000 will have zero Stamp Duty tax*, so you will benefit from up to £15,000 stamp duty savings. On top of that, Lendlease can help towards the stamp duty on properties over £500,000, £1,000 contribution towards legal fees and a furniture pack*.  
The Help to Buy scheme can save you more money in addition to the Stamp Duty holiday, even if you’re not a First Time Buyer.  
Last few 1 & 2 bedroom apartments remaining. Prices from £320,000 


Potato Wharf Ideally located in a peaceful setting, the homes are in easy reach of the bars and restaurants of the new foodie hotspot of Deansgate. It’s also a popular tourist destination known for its Roman fort from which it derived its name – ‘castle in the field’ – so there’s always something going on. Surrounded by a network of canals, waterways and green spaces, our flats for sale in Manchester have sustainability at their heart, so you can be part of a newer, greener way of life. 

With so much to explore at Potato Wharf, there’s no time like the present to get to know your local playground. The development itself is steeped in history; with many museums and cultural hotspots near by. Getting around is easy, too – whether you prefer to walk, cycle, or use public transport, living at Potato Wharf means it’s all within your reach.



So, you’ve come to the conclusion that Potato Wharf is the right choice, and we agree – but now you have to decide on the basics. Would you rather 1, or 2 bedrooms? Canal or courtyard view? Setting down roots here would be a wise choice, surrounded by canals and cobbled pathways, great places to eat and relax , this is fast becoming an area everyone wants to be in.  

Getting to and from Potato Wharf by train is easy. Close by, you’ll find Castlefield station which in five minutes will take you to Deansgate and the centre of the city. For trips further afield, the Northern Line will take you to weekend destinations such as York in under 2 hours, to Blackpool in under 1.5 hours and the Blue and Purple Lines take you to London in just 2.5 hours. For jet-setters, the train from Deansgate to Manchester Airport will take around 30 minutes.