Burnage Lane, Manchester, Greater Manchester
Cargreen Close consists of 28 one and two-bedroom flats built in 1989.
Manchester was known as Mamucium to the Romans and in Domesday as Mamcestre. The town was associated with the textile industry since the 14th century when Flemish weavers arrived and subsequently transformed when the industrial revolution began and the opening of the Manchester Ship Canal made it an inland port. The mainly perpendicular cathedral survived the Second World War and also Chetham's hospital with its famous library thought to be the first public library in Europe.
Facilities include non-resident management and emergency alarm service and garden.
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