Neighbourhood

Cultural Heritage

The Anaconda Cut is surrounded by a wealth of cultural sights, sounds, and experiences. From the Chetham Library, the oldest free public reference library in the UK – and the place where Marx and Engels met and studied together – to the Manchester Museum, the largest university-owned museum, there is plenty of heritage to soak up.

Music fans in particular benefit from the Anaconda Cut’s proximity to the Manchester Arena, which is a 9 minute walk away, and the assorted venues of the Northern Quarter are also within easy reach. Meanwhile, theatre lovers can enjoy living close to both the Royal Exchange and HOME, a contemporary arts space, which can be reached in 10 minutes by car.

Neighbourhood Band

Manchester Arena

Neighbourhood Royal

Royal Exchange

Literary fans

Literary fans and historians alike flock to the Elizabeth Gaskell House, former home of the famous novelist, while the legacy of the Modernist painter L. S. Lowry, famed for his depictions of Salford, lives on in the theatre named after him. Both of these attractions are a short 20 minute drive from the development, meaning residents can easily get their arts fix.

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