Much of Liverpool's most notable landmarks hark back to a time when the city was one of the most powerful in the empire, a centre for trade and shipping with the cities affluence no more noticeable than in the Royal Liver Building.
Liverpool blends the grandeur of the last century with cutting edge modern designs. The Liver bird still stands as the emblem of the city but its affluence has diminished somewhat over the years and the cities affordability and cost of living is a key factor is why people are choosing Liverpool.
Aigburth - L17, A desirable part of South Liverpool, home to the historical and stunning Sefton Park. The Park itself is surrounded by 1800 converted detached houses now many offering luxury apartments. Sefton Park is the most well known of Liverpool's parks but dotted throughout the city is a total of 43 parks and green spaces, making it ideal for those of us who enjoy outdoor spaces.
Dingle - L8, fantastic hot spot for first time buyers and investors alike! Mainly typical red brick two up two down!! Home of the streets in which 'Bread' was filmed with river views and well maintained streets.
paragraphTop Ranked Primary Schools
- St Sebastian's Catholic Primary
- Our Lady of Compassion Catholic Primary
- Halewood CofE Primary
- Thornton Hough Primary
- Barnston Primary