- Circa 8% Rental Returns
- Luxury Waterfront Apartments
- 1, 2 & 3 Bed Apartments
- NEW Top Floor Penthouses – JUST Released
- Swimming pool and roof garden
- Unique skyline views- probably the best in Liverpool!
- Balcony in every apartment
- Within the ‘Top 20 Properties’ according to the Telegraph
PROPERTY UPDATE – We just received news from the developer of this property letting us know that planning permission has been approved for an extra TWO floors here! These top-floor penthouse apartments will offer exceptional views across Liverpool and the waterfront either from your windows or your private terrace, therefore, positioning themselves as prime units.
The building has undergone extensive works, all of which have been outlined in the developers most recent progress report and accompanying photos. For more information, please do not hesitate in contacting one of our trusty consultants today.
This new luxury development is located on the waterfront of what was once Herculaneum Dock, part of Liverpool’s great Maritime History. With a location steeped in history, the property consists of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom luxury apartments all with outside terraces and great views of the river Mersey. Residents also have access to three levels of underground parking.
During one of her many visits, Jean took a walk along the riverside in order to compare the development with other properties.
Most of the buildings in the area were very typical, rectangular type buildings, low rises with 3 to 4 floors. Very few of them have balconies and the windows are very small. So whilst the other developments are right by the river, most do not have a view of the river or a view of Albert Dock, the Museum of Liverpool or the iconic Liver building – and many are higher priced too!
My colleagues Marta and Michael were just at Herculaneum Quay a few weeks back. Marta shared on her experience there: ‘It really felt like I was at a seaside resort with boats sailing along the Mersey and couples cycling by the river enjoying the afternoon sun. I was away from the hustle and bustle of Liverpool’s busiest parts, but just minutes away from the city centre. Overall, this location offers both tranquility and vibrancy.’
This building really is a smart property development to invest in which was confirmed by the Telegraph who ranked it 14th out of the ‘Top 20 Properties…’ when word came out about it being built in 2014. In comparison, West Kensington, Richmond and Docklands (all in London) are ranked 15th, 16th and 17th respectively.
Situated on the popular Liverpool Riverside Drive, which is part of the Merserybeat Trail, the development provides easy access to the city centre with a range of bars, restaurants, clubs and shops (and very notably, the new Liverpool One shopping centre which is only a few minutes away). Naturally, with popular areas come keen tourists and with tourists come plenty of parking!
Even closer than the bars, restaurants and shopping centre is the historic Albert Dock which is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. Millions of visitors come here yearly to visit the numerous hot spots like The Tate Liverpool or Merseyside Maritime Museum. Additionally, the development will have a swimming pool and a gymnasium, adding to its attractiveness as a place to live in.’
Since advertising this opportunity, we have been inundated with phone calls and e-mails from both UK and international buyers who are purchasing for buy-to-let purposes as well as people from Liverpool who are keen to take up residence at the development.
They can see a good deal and recognise that this property will be an iconic and distinct landmark on the horizon of the city.
Liverpool is the 4th most visited city in the UK, according to Trip Advisor. It is one of the most vibrant cities in the UK being voted 4th most visited city according to Trip Advisor. With a population growth of 5.5% within the past decade, it has become one of the most sought after locations in the UK and has a population that is just second to Manchester within the North West of England.
Music is a big part of their identity, being home to the Liverpool-born legends ‘The Beatles’ who changed the face of the music industry for ever. Although the city is evolving, it would be wrong to say it is replacing the old, but rather celebrating its past whilst accommodating its evolving community for the future.