Designed by an award-winning architect and sitting in the shadow of the magnificent Anglican Cathedral, the luxury finish of The View development will complement this historical area. With only 48 apartments available this gives the development a boutique feel, surrounded by stunning architectural landmarks, cutting-edge cultural attractions and a World Heritage waterfront.
The properties feature bedrooms with stylish fitted wardrobes, chic well-appointed bathrooms, built-in storage and contemporary kitchens. The bright and spacious rooms provide the freedom and comfort to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Expansive, spacious and light – each apartment has been thoughtfully designed and incorporates modern finishes. The high quality design makes the most of the space, creating an ideal atmosphere to relax and entertain in.
The development provides a mix of 48 self-contained studios and one-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 310 sq ft-473 sq ft.
The majority of the apartments benefit from private external amenity space and have excellent city or river views. The ground floor consists of a residential entrance lobby with direct access to an external resident’s courtyard, a resident’s gym, bike-storage facilities and a bin store. There is an additional external resident’s terrace located on the first-floor level, which is accessed via the main access stairs.
Steeped in history, culture and a general vibrant feel to the place, Liverpool is a thriving metropolis and one of the most exciting cities in the UK. With a young population, a growing reputation as a tech hub and investment flooding in, the city has a lot to offer for those looking to add to their property portfolios.
With traditionally low prices and a variety of new housing developments across the city, Liverpool’s property market is buoyant at the moment. There are many reasons why Liverpool offers such great value for both residents and investors. As is typical with much of the North, prices in the city are considerably more affordable than property in the south, particularly London – the average price over the last year being £145,349.
Transportation infrastructure is also good and is set to improve further. Via train, you can travel almost anywhere you could want to – you can take the TransPennine Express to Manchester or Newcastle from Liverpool Lime Street station, and getting to London is just two hours away with hourly services.
A combination of traditional industrial heritage and thriving tourism industry are driving the local economy. According to the latest government data, its regional economy is one of the fastest growing in England. Output in the city has increased by 39% in the last decade.
Liverpool is also a base for many major companies including Jaguar Land Rover, Maersk, Barclays Wealth, who are investing heavily in the city. And then there’s Bibby Line, one of Liverpool’s oldest major companies, who combine two of the city’s longest standing industries: maritime and financial services.
With so many cultural attractions, Liverpool is the fifth most visited city in the UK. This steady stream of tourists brings over £1 billion to the local economy every year. The city’s economic growth is buoyed further by the proposed Northern Powerhouse, which is drawing even more investment to the area.
Over recent years, Liverpool has seen a vast amount of investment, from the £1 billion regeneration of the city centre to create the Liverpool ONE shopping centre, to the £87 million spent developing the Baltic Triangle area. And with so much interest from foreign investors in Liverpool as part of the Northern Powerhouse that level of funding is set to continue.
The city’s transport links are set to be significantly improved over the next few years. Aside from the exciting possibility of being linked to the HS2 trainline, the Liverpool city region will benefit from a £340 million upgrade to the current train network. The city’s port will also undergo a massive redevelopment. As well as talk from new mayor, Joe Anderson, of a new metro ferry, Peel Ports Group will be pouring £300 million into building a new container terminal.
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