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Melissa Traynor

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Liverpool City Centre

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Liverpool East

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Liverpool South

Your Local Liverpool Estate Agent

Liverpool

Are you planning to sell your home in Liverpool? As the birthplace of the Beatles, the city of Liverpool is well-known worldwide for being home to an iconic musical legacy. But don’t be fooled, this city has so much more to offer and there are countless reasons why property in and around Liverpool is increasingly sought-after.

 

The Merseyside hub is one of the most exciting places in the UK – a fact that Purplebricks’ local estate agents in Liverpool aren’t afraid to share with the world.

Since it was named European Capital of Culture in 2008, Liverpool’s property market has gone from strength to strength. And what’s not to love? The creative city boasts more museums and galleries than any other UK city outside of London, as well as a range of historic theatres, including the Empire and Everyman. As the most significant cultural hub outside of London, Liverpool has become a very popular place to live for art lovers.

 

Liverpool’s year as European capital of culture resulted in a multimillion-pound boost to the city’s economy, much of which was invested back into the city. And in recent years, Anfield has received significant investment for housing, retail and community facilities as part of the Anfield Project. Improved retail hotspots are also being planned in Huyton Village, which will no doubt add to the appeal of semi-detached and terraced homes being sold in these areas.

 

More centrally, Kensington has benefitted from around £300 million investment between 2000-2010, improving education, housing, safety and employment prospects. And with the area’s proximity to the city centre, it’s easy to see why properties selling in the £120-150,000 price bracket are in high demand for first time buyers.

 

As well as a great selection of pubs and bars on Smithdown Road, Wavertree offers a wide range of community amenities. Wavertree Sports Park provides facilities for tennis, athletics and swimming right by Wavertree Playground. The 100-acre park is yet another reason this area is perfect for families, with terraced houses selling for around the £100,000 mark.

 

Bootle provides yet more variety in terms of housing. The vast majority of properties in this area are terraced, however Bootle also boasts a number of semi-detached properties. On average, homes in this suburb of Liverpool sell for around £100,000, offering great value for money for both buy-to-let investors and young buyers looking to get on the property ladder.

 

The affluent suburb of Woolton in South Liverpool is one of the city’s most sought after areas, packed full of restaurants, bars and gorgeous listed buildings. Typically, homes in this area sell for upwards of £200,000 and are primarily semi-detached and detached, although there are a number of historic terraced properties located in Woolton Village.

 

Liverpool estate agents have long been aware of the popularity of Crosby and the Liverpool Waterfront. In 2016, both were named in The Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live Guide. The paper ranked the results based on a range of data, including house prices, crime rates and school performance.

 

Between 1983 and 2003, the Waterfront and its surrounding area – now a UNESCO World Heritage site – was turned into a social hub with an array of bars, restaurants and cultural attractions. If you snapped up a property in this area before the regeneration, you certainly won’t have any trouble selling your house today.

 

As well as extensive social rejuvenation, the docks have seen significant commercial investment. Peel Ports are working to extend the current port in Liverpool, which is bringing more business and more jobs to the city. This economic growth and increase in employment opportunities will no doubt boost property sales across the region.

Thanks to millions of pounds of investment and the city’s many popular and vibrant cultural attractions, there has never been more interest from buyers wanting to relocate to Liverpool. As a result, now really is the perfect time if you’re thinking of selling your home in Liverpool.

 

If you want to get the best price for your property, you’ll need a local estate agent in Liverpool with unrivalled knowledge of the area and the local property market.

 

Purplebricks is an online estate agent trusted by thousands of customers nationwide. Our Local Property Experts in Liverpool will take the stress out of selling your home, and save you money in the process. Get your free house valuation today and take the first step towards selling your home.

 

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