Luxury townhouse owned by Gary Neville’s company is available to rent – for £20K a month

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A stunning four-bedroom Georgian townhouse located in the heart of the city of Manchester is currently available to rent. The property, which includes a walk-in wardrobe and cinema room, is owned by Gary Neville’s development company. The terraced property is located in Spinningfields on St John’s Street which has previously been dubbed “Millionaire’s Row”.

The rental property is one of four homes Mr Neville’s development company are renovating and flipping.

While the property is currently being renovated, Rightmove has assured that it will be finished to the same standard of number 19, which has been photographed on the site.

The Rightmove advert reads: “Building currently under refurbishment, images and videos are of number 19 St John’s Street which will be the standard of refurbishment.”

The home is part of Mr Neville’s impressive multi-million pound property portfolio.

The 4,000 square-foot rental property doesn’t come cheap though.

Prospective tenants will be expected to pay £4,615 per week – a whopping £20,000 a month.

According to Rightmove, the rate was reduced on June 8.

The property, which spans four storeys, includes two “generous sized” reception rooms, a spacious kitchen/diner, four bedrooms – two of which have ensuite bathrooms.

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The home is also within walking distance to some of Manchester’s best hotspots, including Spinningfields’ leisure quarter.

The property will include a marble flooring in the entry hall and a sweeping staircase.

The reception room includes a white marble fireplace, oak parquet flooring, high ceilings and neutral decor.

Large windows and skylights in the dining room and kitchen mean the property has plenty of natural light.

The kitchen also has marble floors and modern cabinets.

Old features such as exposed brick fireplaces remain in place to reflect the property’s Georgian heritage.

Terrace seating, with what appears to be retractable roofing, is perfect for entertaining in all seasons.

All the bathrooms come with free-standing baths and stunning vanity units.

The properties were built in 1785 and have been used as offices and medical practices in modern times.

Three years ago, some of the buildings at number two were transformed into apartments.

Estate Agents Reside Manchester, which is marketing the property along with OBI, said they have received some interest from renters.

They said the “stunning house raises the bar for quality and sophistication”.

The company is expecting demand from company CEOs and high net worth individuals.

“It’s probably the most handsome street in the city,” the website reads.

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