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£99,000 - £380,904

Strand Plaza

1 and 2 bedroom apartments
Liverpool, Merseyside

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Right time. Right place. Be here… Strand Plaza
Luxury City Centre living in UNESCO World Heritage site from as little as £99,000!

Apartments at Strand Plaza are set in an exceptional city centre location opposite Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage site and are currently under construction (set for completion Q3 2018). Set back from the waterfront (opposite Liverpool’s Three Graces) the development features a 24-hour concierge service and is minutes’ walk from the Albert Dock and Liverpool ONE shopping centre. With high-quality, luxury finishes throughout, Strand Plaza is a sought-after Buy-to-Let asset that will secure property owners high-rental yields for many years to come.

Apartments are available from £99,000 and are in a prime city-centre location, offering strong capital security. With limited availability remaining, apartments are being reserved on a daily basis. Experience for yourself what the most luxurious, chic, city-living is truly like at our fully-furnished showroom apartment by booking your showroom appointment today, call our team on 0151 958 1203.

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