Thirty-two-year-old Jacqueline McKew of Meadow Walk, Bredbury, has had her tenancy ended after court action by Manchester City Council.
McKew, who was the sole tenant, was the focus of complaints from neighbours starting in 2005 through to last year.
Residents, according to evidence submitted to Stockport County Court in a two-day hearing, were subjected to loud music and the sound of McKew engaging in loud and abusive arguments with her partner and other visitors.
In December last year McKew also pleaded guilty to a street robbery in Meadow Walk five months earlier, when a mobile phone was taken from a resident, and was sentenced to three years in jail on January 9 this year.
The City Council used the conviction to back up its case against McKew, who had been the tenant since August, 2004.
McKew had been handed at least four warnings by the City Council and, prior to the jail sentence, was also invited to attend a meeting with a community support officer but failed to turn up.
The Executive Member for Neighbourhood Services, Councillor Eddy Newman, said: "Tenants who act anti-socially and continue to do so despite warnings from us will face legal action and will risk losing their homes, just as was the case with Jacqueline McKew. All tenants sign agreements to behave as part of their tenancy. They break those agreements at their peril."
Manchester overspill homes in Bredbury are part of the successful stock transfer to Mosscare Housing Association, which will be completed in April.
Dave Hulme, tel: 0161 234 4610