Liverpool is a city steeped in history and heritage. Winner of the Capital of Culture 2008, the city has something for everyone with breathtaking architecture, a prestigious cultural scene, a thriving waterfront, and a restaurant and nightlife scene that is amongst the UK's best.
Liverpool city centre has undergone something of a renaissance over recent years. The LiverpoolOne shopping development is the largest in Europe and has transformed the City Centre. Other impressive redevelopment projects include the Paradise Development, new Liverpool Museum, and the state of the art Echo Arena in Kings Dock, which have all breathed huge life into the City. Regeneration work continues in the Ropewalks area, and more exciting new plans are in place to further improve its famous waterfront.
Whether its music, fine arts, theatre, great food or a night out on the town you are after, Liverpool has the very best of everything and will have you amazed and entertained.
Archbishop Blanch C of E VA High School – A Technology College and Training School Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA)
LiverpoolOne Europe's largest outdoor shopping complex.
Walker Art Gallery Liverpool's impressive permanent collection is housed here and there is always an interesting temporary exhibition - well worth a visit.
Maritime Museum Liverpool is a city built on its maritime history and this museum tells the whole story in a fun and interactive way.
Albert Dock A world heritage site, this beautiful waterfront site is also home to the Beatles Story museum and the Tate Gallery, with a superb permanent collection of modern art, and a short walk from the three graces, including the famous Liver buildings.
Matthew Street no trip to Liverpool would be complete without a trip to this musical shrine where you'll find the Cavern Club, home of the Beatles and where it all began
Liverpool City Centre benefits from an excellent travel infrastructure. As well as efficient bus and rail services, and major road links, the City can also be accessed by ferry.
Hope Quarter This area is a favourite with academics and bohemian, arty types because of the character of the properties and the history of the buildings. It's close to the universities, theatres, Philharmonic hall and has become a real cultural quarter. Falkner Square is one of the most popular areas for property at the moment, it has real buzz about it and is very fashionable and up and coming.
Rope Walks Rope walks attracts a similar bohemian, but slightly younger crowd. There are many diverse warehouse type properties and other popular developments on offer such as the Cinnamon Building in Henry St, apartments around Campbell Square and East Village which seems to be popular with creative young professionals such as designers, architects.
Liverpool Business District This is where the more mature professional who wants to live in town chooses to live as it is quiet and more residential but still only a stroll from town and the nightlife in Victoria St or the Cavern Quarter. The most popular and fashionable developments at the moment are the X building on Bixteth St or the apartments on Old Hall Street.
The Docks This area is extremely popular especially for the warehouse properties. It is an area popular with established professionals for its superior security, 24 hr concierge and CCTV. People who live here may spend time away, or have a second home elsewhere so want to leave their property and know it's safe. Located in front of the new arena it has raised the prestige of the area even further and is in high demand.
Sutton Kersh has properties available in all these areas to suit every budget. For more information contact our city centre branch on (0151) 236 3322, email email@example.com or click here to browse our city centre properties.