About this property

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

The lease term runs from 01/07/12 until 30/06/2013.

A freehold city centre student investment, currently let by way of an assured shorthold tenancy at a passing rent of £31,500pa.

The property comprises a 4 storey, 6 bedroomed, Grade II Listed, Georgian Town House in the heart of Liverpool's Georgian Quarter. The property has been tastefully and comprehensively refurbished over recent years.

Listed By

Sutton Kersh - Auctions
2 Cotton Street,
L3 7DY

t. 0151 207 6315
f. 0151 207 6316

Full Description


The premises occupy a much sought after position at the junction of Pilgrim Street and Mount Street close to Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts and Anglican Cathedral. The property is also situated close to the Philharmonic Hall and an excellent choice of bars and restaurants. Easy access is also afforded to Liverpool Lime Street train station and the M62 motorway. Pilgrim Street still maintains its original cobbled road and is home to a number of listed, period style buildings of architectural merit.


Lower Ground Floor - Hall, kitchen, breakfast room, cloakroom, bedroom 1 with ensuite shower rooms

Ground Floor

Hall, living room, sun lounge, bedroom 2

First Floor

Landing, bedroom 3 with ensuite bathroom, bedroom 4 with ensuite shower room

Second Floor

Bedroom 5, bedroom 6 and bathroom


The main entrance to the building is located on Pilgrim Street. A side entrance can be accessed via the rear/side elevation, which leads into the Sun room/conservatory.


Providing natural daylight to the lower ground kitchen and access into the internal sun lounge via glazed bi-fold doors.


25 Pilgrim Street, Liverpool

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