- Luxury 1 and 2 Bed Apartments including Duplexes
- Priced from £159,500 to £227,995 – Limited Availability
- 6% NET Assured Yield for 2 Years
- Central Historic Location in the Former Headquarters of the Union Bank
- High Ceilings and Stunning City Views
- Stylish Bar and Restaurant on the Ground Floor
- Well Connected with Regional and National Transport Links
- Completed and Ready for Occupancy
Halifax House was once the head office of the Union Bank, designed by architect G.E. Grayson and built in 1870. Today, it is a heritage conversion of a historically and economically significant site, in one of Liverpool’s most desirable areas.
The new development features many of the building’s Corinthian elements, including polished granite columns, rich plasterwork and skylights. From Fenchurch street, the imposing front facade is visible; a round-headed entrance at its centre, with four windows framed by columns.
The development consists of 26 private residences ranging from one bed apartments to two-bed duplex apartments, developed to hotel standards with 13.4 ft high ceilings. Residents also have the benefit of a stylish bar and restaurant on the ground floor.
Prices start at £159,500 and 6% Rental Yield is assured for the first two years.
To find out more, please contact Properties of the World today.
WHY INVEST IN LIVERPOOL?
Liverpool is a maritime city in northwest England. Famous for The Beatles and its two Premier League Footballs, it was a key trade port between the 18th-20th century. Today, it is a thriving hub of international trade.
With a local economy worth £149 billion (the UK’s second largest regional economy), Liverpool offers a high-quality, low-risk investment location. With a 6 million strong workforce within one hour’s drive, it attracts startups, entrepreneurs, blue-chips and emerging talent for its business opportunities. It’s also a great place to live, welcoming more than 90,000 students and 30,000 graduates every year.
The economy is growing by 15% year-on-year thanks to a thriving international trade scene and a high influx of young professionals. This demand is only set to rise.