ONCE UPON A TIME...
Timekeepers Square is a truly unique development in a setting steeped in history.
From the magnificent St John's Cathedral dating back to 1848 to one of the city's architectural gems St Philip's Church - both of which can be seen from the homes within Timekeepers Square...
to the church and its grounds, the view of the Old County Court comes into sight - a scene captured by the famous artist and Salfordian, Lowry in the 1926 piece 'By the county court'.
From here, Bank Place and Encombe Place which surround Timekeepers Square also boasts another of Lowry's masterpieces, 'By St Philip's Church'...
peaceful and historical wonderland exists around a number of famous cultural landmarks. The 'Seed' sculpture designed by Michael McKeon in 2002 and the plaques which tell the stories of local residents, old Ged Burns and Mrs Pickles and her son Snakey Joe...
FINALLY, JUST NESTLED
behind the cathedral is an oasis of calm with a tree lined square where you can sit and consider the imposing stained glass east window designed by William Wailes.
A very special opportunity, developed over time, to live in a home that will always tell a story.