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Location

Parking on Nicholas Owen Close, M11

23 Bookings

Space description

Narrow
Multiple entry and exit allowed
1 space located on Nicholas Owen Close in Manchester. The space is suitable for Large (4x4) vehicles.

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Reviews about this space

Dan N1st September 2022
The area doesn't seem very safe but the car was absolutely fine. It's not that close for the Etihad in honesty though, there's loads of street parking for free much closer.
Stephanie A13th June 2022
Excellent - a 5-star experience
Tom F25th November 2021
Brilliant driveway, great location which is perfect for Etihad as skip all the traffic! Owner happened to be in and was a top guy! Thanks very very much we will book again.

Points of interest

Gorton Station0.6 miles away
Ashburys Station1.39 miles away
Ardwick Station1.63 miles away
Dean Lane Station1.88 miles away

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