Liverpool is a vibrant city of England’s North West and is one of the largest Metropolitan areas in the UK.

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Located 176 miles northwest of London and nestled within the bay of Liverpool on the Irish Sea, this wonderful city has grown and developed into a thriving multicultural society. This makes it a very desirable place for professionals, students and families who are seeking to rent or buy a property.


Liverpool’s diverse properties

Waterfront properties are extremely sought-after. Most of these waterfront properties are extremely stylish and offer wonderful views over the river and giving the residents an attractive city life appeal.

Many of the dockland buildings and maritime warehouses have been transformed into exceptionally striking modern apartments which are highly fashionable.

The boroughs that directly surround the city are largely made up of flats and terraced houses, although to the east of the city are the sought after areas of Childwall, West Derby and Knotty Ash, where you will find a good range of appealing detached houses along with traditional terraced and semi detached properties. These areas have excellent amenities and quality local schools.


Shopping in Liverpool

Liverpool has grown to become one of the biggest retail cities in Europe and with over 150 stores to browse around in the city centre there’s plenty of scope to spend some money!

St John’s Shopping Centre, Clayton Square, Bold Street and Liverpool One all offer the regular high street names, including one of the largest John Lewis stores in the North West. If it’s designer labels you seek, the Cavern Walks shopping complex housing a variety of designer boutiques with top names such as Vivienne Westwood.


Cultural Liverpool

Liverpool has a large number of art galleries and museums to offer those with a love of art and culture; with the Walker Art Gallery undoubtedly making Liverpool a cultural European city that residents should feel proud to live in.

Of course, we cannot forget those four boys from the back streets of Liverpool that made this city famous, and the Cavern Club which is now virtually devoted to the Beatles and the sound of Liverpool.


Nightlife

Liverpool has a vast array of bars, clubs and public houses. Many of the trendy and stylish bars are located at the iconic Albert Dock.

If it’s fine dinning you are looking for then head for Hope Street where you will find top class restaurant. The London Carriage Works a multi award-winning restaurant, which neighbours the Everyman Theatre and the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


A lively student community

With a student population of approximately 70,000, Liverpool is one of the UK’s most populated and thriving student cities. Students from far and near flock to the city, looking for rental accommodation whilst they study at one of the several universities Liverpool is home to.


Transport

There are four principle train stations in Liverpool: Lime Street, Liverpool Central, Moorfields and James Street. These stations serve the main areas of the City Centre and link all other areas within the Merseyside district. There is also an excellent bus service that covers the city with the main bus stations being situated at Queen Square and Paradise Street.

If you are looking to rent or buy a property in this vibrant, exciting city or have a property that you are looking to sell or let, then call Revive today; your friendly and professional agency in Liverpool, where we will always be happy to assist you.