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Local Area Guide to Houses & Property for Sale & Rent in Liverpool

Welcome to Liverpool!

The history of Liverpool can be traced back to 1190 so called due to its muddy waters. Liverpool remained a small settlement until trading with Africa and the West Indies which included the slave trade. 

Liverpool’s first wet dock was opened in 1715 and Liverpool's expansion to become a major city continued over the next two centuries. Liverpool gained city status in 1890 and is now one of the major cities in the world with millions of visitors to the city each year even bosting two Cathedrals!  Liverpool is renowned for its culture, with its galleries, music, football, theatres, all at the heart of its popularity, which was evident when Liverpool was named  as the Capital of Culture in 2008 following  the cites riverfront  designated as a World Heritage Site in 2004. 
 The dock now boasts bars, shops and restaurants. The investment has continued throughout the city with both residential and commercial growth. The city also boasts a number of 5 star hotels which continues to grow. Liverpool has witnessed both an economic and civic revival with its economy growing faster than the national average. 

Recognised internationally as one of the top cities in the world, exhibitions, shows, concerts, sporting events, festivals, and club nights, happenings of every nature from small and intimate to grand and spectacular. i.e. Aintree Races, Rugby World Cup. Many world renowned recording artists choose to perform in Liverpool, with one week each year set aside for the International Beatles Week alone. In addition may cultural events take place; Creamfields, The Tall Ships, The Giant, as well as numerous food and drink festivals to name a few

Every month there’s something big to do! 

Liverpool has one of the largest university populations in the country and remains one of the largest cities in the UK and a mecca for sports fans worldwide, thanks to the both Liverpool and Everton football clubs being based in the city.  As a result, demand for rental properties in Liverpool is understandably at an all-time high, not only from tenants but investors looking to make a savvy purchase. Which means rental properties are being sold as soon as they become available

Looking ahead, there are plenty of development schemes planned for the city and surrounding area, including housing schemes and major regeneration of the Liverpool Docks.  This will result in raised house prices in the area as it increases in desirability. Liverpool’s L1 postcode in particular is on the up, still remaining affordable but having experienced a rise in house prices of 41.2%.

Instagrammers, prepare to spend more time deciding which filter to pick rather than which modules. Everywhere you go there is beauty in Liverpool, from the architecture of the old buildings to the more modern; there isn’t a light it doesn’t look well in. The Three Graces are the Royal Liver Building, the Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool building which has a kaleidoscope style effect where whatever angle you’re looking at it from, it is stunning. Don’t forget, if you want a cathedral, we’ve got one to spare. St. Luke’s stands beautifully battered at the top of Bold Street as a testament to those who died in The Blitz but also as a testament to the spirit of the city.Liverpool has direct road links with many other major areas of England.
The west to east M62 motorway connects Liverpool with Hull and along the route also provides a link with areas including Manchester and Leeds and not far along the M62 from Liverpool is the interchange with the north to south M6 provides links to more distant areas including Birmingham, the Lake District and beyond.

You may at first find it hard to understand a word we say but we can guarantee you’ll end up loving us. The funniest and friendliest people you’ll ever meet. One quick Wikipedia and you’ll discover that Liverpool was responsible for most of the modern world. We’ve always been known for our defiance, our innovation and our spirit. From pioneers of mass transmit to the Hillsborough injustice, we constantly remind people not to underestimate us. From Capital of Culture to a more unofficial status of capital of kindness, the people have always shuffled their feet to the tune of The Mersey Beat. The once thriving port might not be the same but our willingness to adapt is. Liverpool has been described as The New York of Europe and the second city of the empire.