For the Love of Liverpool

You’ve got to admit, the first thing that comes to mind when you say Liverpool is football. No wonder a lot of fans contact Liverpool estate agents for the chance to actually move there. And while this is true, it’s also home to some of the world’s most beautiful structures, along with parks, tunnels, cathedrals, museums, and most especially, the world-changing music of The Beatles.

Cathedrals and Museums

Liverpool is a proud home to two magnificent cathedrals, whose decorative structures were designed in meticulous detail. These magnificent structures and their rich history aptly make for an admirable spiritual offering, as well as a calming venue for congregation. The Liverpool Anglican Cathedral is a majestic Gothic building of the 20th century, which possesses a wealth of glass, wood, and stone craftsmanship. It is the largest Anglican cathedral in all of Britain, giving a stunning view of the city from its towers. Meanwhile, Liverpool also has a Roman Catholic version that is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King. It has a melodramatic circular shape that works well with its neo-classical artworks and stained glass windows.

Liverpool is also home to a plethora of beautiful galleries and museums – most of which you can enter for free! They show England’s history, culture, heritage, treasures, and contributions to humanity, along with some of Europe’s finest decorative art.


With football as Liverpool’s second religion, it is home to Liverpool FC and Everton FC, two of the most successful clubs in all of England. With stadiums situated at both ends of Stanley Park, the area also houses a museum, along with a club shop where tourists and students can book a tour of stadium.

The Beatles

There also lies in Liverpool grand pantheons of inspiration that breathed life into world hits ‘Strawberry Fields’ and ‘Penny Lane’, along with the many biographical pieces strewn around houses to rent in Liverpool. The Beatles, for a long time the subject of world-wide mass hysteria, also considered themselves worthy of founding a religious sect that was entirely their own.

Composed of six villages, namely Everton, Walton, West Derby, Wavertree, Woolton, and Garston, and being an absolutely fine area to frequent, Liverpool properties come at quite a steep price for some, and those who wish to avail them are predisposed to a thorough interview. Contact us for more information on affordable properties for sale.

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