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Famed for The Beatles' and its rich maritime history, Liverpool is a large city situated in the north-west of England, home to an industrial past as well as boasting stunning architecture. This city's mix of heritage, arts, and sports makes it an exciting stop for those who live in the city, people who are looking to move, and tourists alike. Liverpool has a good range of properties available, with over 50 developments available on our site, so whether you are a single first time buyer, couple buying their first home or a family looking to upgrade to a bigger home, you’re bound to find your dream home. The average house price in Liverpool hovers around £215,000, with new builds being slightly more expensive than second-hand established homes. Despite this, new build homes are more energy-efficient than second hand homes, so you will save thousands in bills.
There are many incentives and schemes available to homebuyers in England to help you get onto the property ladder. Only available on new build homes, the First Homes Scheme aims to ensure buyers aren’t priced out of their hometown if they are in a more expensive location. The homes are sold at a 30-50% discount compared to the market price. It would be beneficial to keep up to date on new build developments in the area you want to live to see if the developer is offering this scheme. The Shared Ownership scheme is also available, in which you buy a percentage share, usually between 10% and 75% of a property and pay rent on the remaining part, and are usually sold through non-for-profit housing associations rather than the builders themselves, although this can vary. Shared Ownership homes are becoming more popular and an excellent way to start your home buying journey. Many developers will have their own incentives, as well as offers available for Key Workers and people in the Armed Forces, so you should investigate different builders to see what is being offered and whether it's suitable for you.
Liverpool blends its past with its contemporary scene, including galleries, theatres, and music venues. Liverpool's history is rooted in its maritime legacy, having been a major trading port during the Industrial Revolution. This history is still visible today through its stunning historic buildings, such as the Albert Dock. The Beatles' also left a timeless effect on the city, celebrated at The Beatles Story museum. There are also a range of galleries in Liverpool, including The Tate Liverpool which showcases global modern and contemporary art, and the Walker Art Gallery with its extensive collection of European masterpieces and decorative arts. The city's global connections manifest through its diversity, thriving waterfront, and as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Liverpool's dining and entertainment scene offers endless exciting experiences. The city boasts a range of places to dine out, from traditional pubs to high-end restaurants with a whole range of different cuisines. Bold Street is foodie heaven, whilst Albert Dock is home to restaurants with stunning waterfront views, not to mention the huge range of cosy, traditional pubs. When it comes to entertainment, Liverpool's musical history shines through its contemporary live music venues. The Cavern Club, where The Beatles played, is a must see destination. The city's theatres, like the Liverpool Empire, host a variety of performances, and football fans (whether you are a Liverpool FC supporter or not) can watch matches at Anfield and Goodison Park. With a mix of cultural experiences and vibrant nightlife, Liverpool ensures there's never a dull moment.
There are plenty of smaller towns and villages in the county of Merseyside if you prefer rural living but still want to be close to the city, including Birkenhead, Kirkby, Newton-le-Willows and Prescot. Nestled within the English countryside, these developments have excellent connections to many areas around the city and county. The Liverpool Lime Street station serves a range of national services, whilst buses and trams cover comprehensive routes to and from the city centre. If you’re looking for more leisurely travel, the ferry services cross the River Mersey offer stunning views of the city. The Liverpool John Lennon Airport carries both national and international flights. Liverpool's well-developed transport links enable residents and visitors to navigate the city seamlessly and explore the wider region.
We have a huge range of new homes in Liverpool that are suitable for all lifestyles and budgets to suit both first time buyers and second steppers, simply search from the listings above. You can also register for alerts to be notified when developments are added to the website in your desired location, or click here if you want to buy a home through Shared Ownership in Liverpool.