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The Chavasse Building by Livingbrick Limited

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The Chavasse Building is a mixed use residential development with ground floor commercial units including residents parking.

The design brief has been specifically targeted towards the young city centre residential sector with a mixture of micro apartments, large one Bedroom and generous two Bedroom units, which are ideally placed for the burgeoning rental market or for the trendy city dwellers looking for an L1 postcode.

With an emphasis on stylish ergonomics this boutique style development will feature a residents only gym plus a Japanese style zen garden for residents to retreat to and enjoy the panoramic views to Liverpools waterfront and iconic cathedral, back lit for effect.

The development is located on Lydia Ann Street which runs parallel to Duke street connecting China Town to Liverpool One, this enables the residents to sample the the bustle of the Citys bars and restaurants from the sanctuary the Ropewalks provides, a stunning location housing a thoughtfully considered
  1. Boutique style development of 47 apartments with ground floor commercial units
  2. Residents gym with a Japanese inspired rooftop garden
  3. Centrally located in the fashionable Ropewalks area of Liverpool 1
  4. Generous footprints being highly specified regarding fixtures and finishes



Lydia Ann Street, Liverpool, L1

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Ropewalks: The bohemian heart of Liverpool. RopeWalks is always bursting with art, music and culture. Home to the quirky Bold Street, lined with an eclectic mix of independent stores, coffee houses and restaurants, as well as a variety of cultural institutions including FACT, the Grade I listed Bluecoat and St Luke’s, known locally as ‘The Bombed Out Church’.The area is named after its unique nineteenth century warehouse buildings, once used for rope making during Liverpool’s maritime boom, and now home to a bustling community at the centre of Liverpool’s independent scene.Not only is it a great place to shop, housing a vibrant mix of bookshops, vintage, vinyl and arts and crafts stores, but it’s also a great place to stay with a selection of chic hotels and apartments in the area, including The Nadler and EPIC Apartments, with properties on Seel Street, Campbell Street and Duke Street.

RopeWalks is perhaps, however, most famous for its vibrant food, drink and live music venues. Around the area you’ll find the Jacaranda, Motel, and Kazimier Gardens, all excellent choices if you fancy a tipple alongside some great music. Or head to Attic, Heebie Jeebies or Shipping Forecast if you fancy dancing all night until morning. Keep an eye out for local gig listings if you’re after a bit of live music, some great promoters putting on gigs in the area include Evol and Harvest Sun. If it’s food you’re looking for, you’re in the right place. Take a walk along Bold Street and Berry Street and you’ll be spoilt for choice with the cuisine on offer. There’s everything from Indian street food at Mowgli and small plates with inspiration from Paris’ Le Marais at Maray, to Spanish tapas at Neon Jamón and authentic Japanese sushi at Miyagi’s.

Local Shopping

If you love shopping, you’ll fit in well here; Liverpudlians like to look good and set trends. Shoppers are spoilt for choice between gleaming new city-centre shopping centres, boutique arcades, bohemian streets and farmers markets. located right by the iconic waterfront is an open-air shopping district that is home to more than 170 stores, bars and restaurants, including your high street and designer favourites and the only Beauty Bazaar Harvey Nichols in the country. The exclusive Metquarter is the place to find select fashion and beauty outlets such as Gieves & Hawkes, Hugo Boss, MAC and Armani Exchange. Don’t miss the ultra-fashionable Cavern Quarter, home to the Vivienne Westwood store and famed designer boutique Cricket. The City Central BID area includes Church Street, home to mega-stores such as Marks and Spencer and Forever 21. Lonely Planet, no less, rated Bold Street as one of the best shopping streets in the country, and it’s easy to see why. With independent stores selling everything from world foods to funky clothes to records to art, it’s well worth spending a couple of hours browsing.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Liverpool Central (0.3 miles)
National Train Station logo Liverpool Lime Street (0.5 miles)
National Train Station logo James Street (0.5 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

The development is located at the junction of Lydia Ann Street and Suffolk Street, it as accessed directly from Duke street a main artery serving Liverpool one.



The design and specification to all apartments has been thoughtfully considered to make the best use of the stunning views aligned to modern living for residents with all one and two bedroom units featuring a Juliette balcony.

The communal areas will feature a contemporary feel with an eclectic musically inspired theme for artworks. The apartments will feature broadband fibre optic for connected living with digital TV point to living room with master loop, there will be a video entry system for security plus all the standard features you would expect from a high spec development.

The designer kitchen will be provided by Capricorn based on a Matt palette with a choice of colours, integrated CDA appliances complete with warranty with dishwasher to two bedrooms’ units.

The bathrooms will provide a boutique feel with Neolitick textured tiles to the walls and floors fully tiled around bath and shower with splashback to, basin, sanitary ware will be of a complimentary high specification. The apartments heating needs will be provided by communal boilers individually metered to each apartment with powder coated radiators, heated chrome towel radiators to bathrooms /ensuites.

Accentuating the contemporary feel of the apartments will be a Matt hued grey paint finish to living areas, bathrooms and bedrooms with a complimentary grey 3D finish to interior / exterior Vicaima Dekorda doors with satin chrome ironmongery, fitted wardrobes to master bedrooms. The floor coverings will be in an Eternity luxury wood and stone effect vinyl to living areas with the exception of bedrooms which will feature a saxony carpet, rimmini striped to communal areas.

The scheme will be covered by a ten-year warranty provided by Advantage covering defects within the first year with structural elements covered for ten years.

About Developer

Aspen Woolf is an award-winning property investment company that was established in 2005 by two friends, Russell Midgley and Oliver Ramsden.

We specialise in identifying wealth building opportunities for investors of all levels across the globe through property investment. We believe that our integrity, experience and quality of service put us head and shoulders above the rest. We have helped build, and continue to build, successful investment portfolios for all of our clients. We could help you too. If you are looking to forge your future safely and as profitably as possible then you should contact us.

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