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Two-Bedroom Apartment, Baltic Quarter, Liverpool
From £164,750 to £203,750
x 2 x 1 x 1 Gas

Key Information

House Type Two-bedroom apartment
Style Apartment
Status For sale
Price £164,750 to £203,750
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Gas

Additional Information

A stone's throw from Cain's Brewery Village in the Baltic Triangle, which is quickly becoming the No. 1 spot in the city for the hipster generation.

Liverpool's Baltic Triangle is in the heart of the fashionable, creative and digital quarter. It's the destinations of choice for established and start-up tech savvy businesses. Fashion, design and creativity play a big part in making the Baltic Triangle a great place to live and work.

Baltic Quarter is located in the trendiest part of the Baltic Triangle, next to Cain's Brewery Village. With excellent workspace, cafes, bars and restaurants literally on the door step.

  • Prices from £120,000
  • Managed investment opportunity
  • 7% NET return for first year

Liverpool's economy is one of the fastest growing economies in the UK with an annual growth rate of 15%. This is due to several factors one of which is a booming property market in both the residential and leisure sectors along with a thriving tourism economy. Over 28,000 skilled people are employed in the business services sector across Liverpool. The city is a hub for international trade boasting one of the most active ports in the UK. Liverpool furthermore has a reputation as a world-class centre for wealth management.

Liverpool has a constant focus on inward investment. One of the main examples of this is the new Liverpool Waters, a £5.5 billion development project. This entails developing the city's historic docklands area into a new commercial and residential district. Liverpool has several prestigious universities which collectively serve over 50,000 students. The city has a growing and thriving economy with a GVA of £9.15bn, the most productive city outside of London. This means the city boasts significant and varied employment prospects for graduates.