4 bedroom terraced house for saleCatharine Street, Liverpool, L8
Sold STC £500,000
- EPC On Completion
ONLY TWO REMAINING! Four bedroom houses in the heart of Liverpool's Georgian Quarter. Philharmonic Rise offers fresh contemporary style
bursting from the elegance of traditional Georgian design. A beautiful refurbishment restoring historic buildings to their
former glory as homes of quality for people of substance, Philharmonic Rise provides elegant family living with space,
comfort and a dash of the truly modern. Situated in the cobbled Canning conservation area, the development has
created 11 exceptionally appointed four bedroom town houses crafted over 4 floors, and 12 five-bedroom properties
enjoying the luxury of 5 floors. Please note that all sales particulars and images are for marketing and illustrative purposes only. Advertising images may include upgrades as home specifications can vary. EPC available on completion.
Our homes are situated in one the city's most desirable areas to live, work and relax, and offer a base from which to
explore the rich history of Liverpool. Surrounded by Grade I and II listed buildings, you're only a short walk from Hope
St which spans the gap between the Anglican and Catholic Cathedrals, both of which provide their own interesting slant
on religious architecture. Visit the RIBA award-winning Everyman Theatre, head down to Bold St for the independent
cinema FACT, then on to the waterfront for the Tate Liverpool, whose displays change regularly. Here in Liverpool you
won't struggle to satisfy your appetite for arts and culture. From your modernised home amidst Georgian elegance, you
can explore the city and the country with the utmost ease.
FRESH MODERN STYLE BURSTING FROM THE ELEGANCE OF TRADITIONAL GEORGIAN DESIGN
Presenting a unique development nestled in the heart of Liverpool s Georgian Quarter; a classic fa ade belies the
modern spaces within, available to a privileged few. Combining contemporary amenities with a space which already
overflows with character, we've created a special place in which to truly live. On the steps of Liverpools cobbled
Canning quarter, a thriving area of the city, we are proud to present homes that emanate elegance and convenience.
QUALITY FEATURES FINISHES
Each home reflects the splendour of traditional Georgian homes, enhancing the natural spaciousness of the buildings
with a modern desire for light and air. The combination of high ceilings, large windows and generous living spaces
offers a liberating space for families to thrive together. By utilising modern design techniques we ve created energy
efficient homes that each benefit from their own private garden and secure parking, without needing to compromise on
style. Every element of these stunning homes was crafted to offer traditional family living, in the midst of exceptional
The canning conservation area contains many of Liverpool's hidden gems for eating and drinking. Enjoy small
plates, pub lunches, American-style burgers and Asian cuisine, to name but a few options; you ll be delighted at how
convenient it is to eat incredibly well without needing to go far. Discover secluded pubs away from the hustle and
bustle of town, or try something new by navigating the fashionable bars and taking advantage of Liverpool s passion
for locally-made beers and spirits. Many bars in the area offer the opportunity to try Liverpool Gin, the city's own
contribution to the drink s rising popularity. Eating out in Liverpool is a genuine pleasure for the true gourmet. Just a
short stroll downhill to Bold St and the Ropewalks will present you with a plethora of restaurants offering numerous
cuisines, while down at the bustling dockside restaurant chains sit beside independent eateries, offering an unrivalled
choice of food and drink at any time of the day.
Within a short walk you will come across the unconventional boutique shops and cafes along the Ropewalks; then on
to the cutting edge design offered by Harvey Nichols and its fellow designer stores on Peters Lane, and finally the
flourishing Liverpool One shopping development. A compact city with an incredible range of retail options, you ll find
absolutely everything you could need within an easy walk of home - and with a number of shopping developments and
superstores just outside of the city centre, you won't find it hard to splash some cash.
Living in the heart of Liverpool means freedom to explore the hidden gems of cultural life in the city. Meet with friends
at Liverpool One s Chavasse Park, explore the riverfront s profusion of museums and galleries, or take a stroll along the
Coast and visit Antony Gormley s haunting sculptures on Crosby Beach. On top of this, Liverpool is home to the oldest
Chinatown in Europe, an area close by that hosts cultural events and parades; these and many, many more attractions
await your visit. The more active among us can take advantage of the Liverpool Water Sports club, explore the city by
bicycle or hop on a ferry, but these are all within Liverpool itself. By car, you can reach Snowdonia National Park in less
than two hours and the idyllic walled city of Chester in forty five minutes. Excellent rail links in the area allow unparallelled
exploration of both sides of the Pennines as well as direct trains to London Euston station.
Liverpool boasts the largest number of listed parks and cemeteries outside of London in the UK, and is particularly well
known for its Victorian Parks, the most famous of which is Sefton Park. A short bus ride, cycle or drive away from home,
the inspiring 235 acre park has Grade 1 English Heritage status and hosts a number of cultural events throughout the
year. Its neighbour Princes Park is equally as beautiful, and both parks are perfect for invigorating walks in winter as well
as restful lounges by the lake in the summer.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS:
We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are traveling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller.
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