A MANCHESTER flat has gone up for sale for £400,000 – but it has a "one of a kind" decor.
The "sexy pad" has left potential buyers scratching their heads as to what the previous owners may have gotten up.
Inspired by Batman's Gotham City, every room in the two-bedroom apartment is painted black, with black furnishings included to complete the aesthetic.
The apartment building was formerly a warehouse, in central Manchester's edgy Northern Quarter.
The building was then converted into a 1920s Art Deco-style living space in 1997 by Maghull – a Liverpool-based property developer.
On sale for £400,000, the property's listing describes it as "sexy, seductive, desirable", with while "touches of gold to get the eyes wandering".
Original Victorian redwood floors have been restored throughout the 1,000sq ft apartment, which boasts a distinctive 'loggia' area.
The modern open-plan kitchen features a quartz worktop and integrated appliances for a minimalist look.
And the custom-built bathroom comes in a polished concrete finish, with a white free-standing slipper bath and a walk-in rain shower for contrast.
"The apartment is not a space you come about every day, especially in Manchester city centre," says real estate broker Spencer McLeod.
"Unique in its space, layout and décor – this apartment is inspired by Gotham City from the iconic Batman movies. You can clearly see that the owner has spared no thought when it comes to the detail of the apartment.
He adds: "The Northern Quarter is the best location in the city centre with its quirky restaurants, bars and iconic coffee shops.
"If you’re a young professional looking for a sexy pad in the city centre, this is certainly a strong contender."
Spencer says a few interested parties have come forward, including investors and couples.
The apartment is owned and designed by Jacksonheim Boutique and is being marketed by The McLeod Group, partners of Nest Seekers International, whose Hamptons team has their own show on Netflix – Million Dollar Beach House.
For more information, head to the Nest Seekers website here.
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