New homes in Liverpool
Lying at the mouth of the Mersey where the famous river flows into the Irish Sea, Liverpool is one of the most vibrant cities in the UK. This powerhouse is surrounded by towns such as , and , while you can catch a train to fellow hub in little more than half an hour.
From day trips to and sunny afternoons at nearby Beach, there’s more culture than you can shake a stick at in the city centre, including Liverpool Cathedral, the World Museum, the Museum of Liverpool and the Walker Art Gallery. Head to legendary Beatles haunt the Cavern Club and cheer on the Reds or the Blues at Anfield or Goodison Park too; all with our developments closest to Liverpool below.
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Living in Liverpool
Whether you’re drawn by a rich history and abundant culture, the modern amenities or welcoming locals, the pull of Liverpool can be hard to resist. Particularly when you get the chance to buy a new home in the area through one of our latest offers. You could enjoy a smooth, hassle-free move by signing up to our Part Exchange programme, potentially saving a small fortune at the same time.
Things to see and do in Liverpool
Liverpool is a thriving hub for culture, which branches out from the famous docks and encompasses everything from world-class museums and galleries to iconic music venues and sporting arenas. Follow the Blues of Everton or the Reds of Liverpool at one of the city’s Premier League football grounds, spend the evening twisting the night away at the Cavern Club or explore the attractions at the Royal Albert Dock.
The Museum of Liverpool, the World Museum and Tate Liverpool are all must-visits, along with the Beatles Story for music lovers and fans of the Fab Four. Not to mention Merseyside Maritime, St George’s Hall, the Liver Building and Walker Art Gallery among the other attractions you must call in at. Whether you’re sticking to the city centre to visit the cathedral affectionately known as Paddy’s Wigwam and the Central Library, or heading north for a day at Crosby Beach, there are endless things to do in and around Liverpool.
Liverpool is famous for many things, one of which should be its fantastic local educational system. There’s a huge number of schools in and around town which are classed as outstanding by Ofsted, including St Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary, St Silas CofE and Windsor Community Primary. The Belvedere Academy is an outstanding secondary school for girls, while Liverpool College, St Edward’s College and King David High School are further top choices in the area.
Transport links in Liverpool
Liverpool boasts superb transport links, with the local transport network including a large number of train stations in or close to the city centre. Liverpool Lime Street is one of the main stations, with services from here to Manchester taking as little as 35 minutes. The M62 motorway connects these two old North West rivals, while Liverpool is also conveniently located for the M53, M56, M57 and M58, as well as the M6. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is just south of the city centre on the north bank of the Mersey, across the water from Ellesmere Port.
The Liverpool property market
Liverpool and its surrounding areas have a vibrant property market which encompasses everything from city centre apartments to large family houses on the outskirts of town. It’s a market with lots of diversity and potential, and includes new build homes in areas like Formby just north of the city. Our advisers are waiting to take your call today, and can answer your questions regarding schemes like the Help to Buy programme in the North West when you get in touch.
Help to Buy Liverpool
In Liverpool you can take advantage of Help to Buy North West if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy North West page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.