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Two-Bedroom Apartment, Nineteen Keel Wharf, 19 Keel Wharf, Liverpool
Sale agreed From £199,225 to £248,300
x 2 x 1 x 1 Gas

Key Information

House Type Two-bedroom apartment
Style Apartment
Status Sale agreed
Price £199,225 to £248,300
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Gas

Additional Information

Nineteen Keel Wharf is a collection of 46 two bedroom apartments which are currently undergoing an extensive programme of refurbishments. Facilities will include a 24-hour reception with secure luggage storage, an on-site cafe for residents and parking.

Located at King’s Dock along Liverpool’s stunning UNESCO World Heritage waterfront area, Nineteen Keel Wharf is a collection of contemporary apartments designed to appeal to both business and leisure visitors looking for high quality serviced apartments. This type of accommodation is an increasingly popular choice amongst guests who demand more privacy, flexibility and space than a standard hotel room. With its great location, fantastic views and all the comforts of home, Nineteen Keel Wharf offers first-class serviced apartments in the city.

The apartments are ideally situated between the M&S Bank Arena, the BT Convention Centre and Royal Albert Dock where visitors can enjoy a variety of events, museums, waterside tours as well as shops, bars and restaurants. Nineteen Keel Wharf is conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk to Liverpool city centre giving easy access to all the city has to offer, including excellent shopping, dining, exciting nightlife and a thriving business district.

Serviced accommodation is one of the fastest growing sectors within the hospitality industry. Demand is driven by the desire for a home from home experience in a more spacious environment, similar to the successful Airbnb model.

 

The investment potential for savvy investors in this sector is undeniable. The returns generated from a serviced apartment let on a short term basis far outweigh those of a traditional buy-to-let purchase in the same location. Earnings average between 15%-20%, based on 60% occupancy levels and investors are expected to double their returns in comparison to a standard traditional long term let.