Liverpool – a thriving city
Liverpool is a truly global city that offers competitively priced properties which return robust rental yields.
As the world-famous home of The Beatles and Liverpool FC, as well as some of the best culture and entertainment in the UK, this vibrant city is in the midst of a renaissance.
Development of the city centre was bolstered by Liverpool’s status as the European Capital of Culture, which brought with it
For this reason and more, Liverpool is a buy-to-let hotspot, attracting savvy investors who wish to capture a part of the growing numbers of city workers, young professionals, students and graduates. Liverpool is now home to many thriving neighbourhood each capturing the heart of this ubiquitous destination.
Ropewalks is an area in Liverpool city centre that’s home to places such as Bold Street, independent cinema and arts centre, FACT and the Grade-I listed Bluecoat. The area is full of
The Baltic Triangle
This thriving district, not far from the historic Liverpool waterfront, is home to many emerging and established digital and arts businesses, making this the go-to destination for young millennial workers. You wouldn’t be far wrong in describing the Baltic Triangle as “hip” – it is also a centre for Liverpool’s diverse independent businesses, from bars and restaurants, to galleries and low-key music venues, such as Camp and Furnace
If you think the Baltic Triangle is hip, Lark Lane takes it up a level.Situated a short Merseyrail ride from Liverpool Central station, in the leafy area of Aigburth, Lark Lane cuts through this metropolitan suburb with a stream of independent coffee shops and eateries. Large Victorian houses sit alongside antique shops, pubs and arts facilities. A short walk down this bohemian oasis takes you to the entrance of the Grade-I listed Sefton Park