A Guide to Liverpool’s House Prices
Liverpool is a wonderful place to live. With friendly locals welcoming you to areas like Maghull and Prescot, you can also find great places to live just outside the city in spots like St Helens and Southport. Here we take a closer look at Liverpool house prices, and some of the best parts of the city to call home.
House prices in Liverpool
Like most cities in the UK, house prices in Liverpool vary greatly between different areas and types of property. The local market has shown plenty of resilience in times of uncertainty in the past, meaning this is a good place to invest your money. You can find some excellent value across the city, whether you have a large or small budget to spend on a new home.
Where to live in Liverpool
Maybe you’re hoping to get a bargain by purchasing a fixer-upper, or you might have your eye on a stylish new build home with no work to do at all. Whichever type of property you’re after, you’re sure to find something suitable in Liverpool. Each area can offer something to suit a variety of tastes and budgets, and we’ve highlighted five of the best below.
If you want to live as close to the city centre as possible, the Georgian Quarter could be for you. Compared to other major UK cities, Liverpool’s central areas are generally more affordable, meaning you could get more house for your money close to the heart of the action. Known for its beautiful Georgian townhouses and terraces, this area is also home to cultural attractions such as the the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and Everyman Theatre, as well as a range of excellent watering holes.
Usually a little higher than Liverpool house prices, you may feel it’s more than worth the expense to live beside the seaside in Formby. The beautiful beach is the shining star of this area, but there’s much more besides to keep you occupied. A lovely part of Merseyside to call home, you could do just that when you secure a 3 bedroom home on our stunning Pinewood Park development.
As one of the most sought-after neighbourhoods close to the centre of town, Allerton comes with some of the highest house prices Liverpool has to offer. You can still find plenty of affordable housing in this area though, which is as popular among young professionals as it is students and families. One of the greenest parts of the city, it’s easy to see why it’s such a desirable place to buy a home in Liverpool.
Generally regarded as one of the more affordable neighbourhoods in the city, Speke could be categorised as a top up-and-comer. As such, you’d be wise to snap up one of the 4 bed family homes still available at our Imagine Place site. These contemporary homes are built to exacting modern standards, and will give you brilliant access to Liverpool John Lennon Airport on the southern outskirts of town.
Over on the opposite side of the city, you’ll find our Sundial Place development in the Thornton area. This is the perfect place to live if you’re searching for a quieter residential area that’s great for families. It’s also ideal for spending the day on Crosby Beach, or exploring the beautiful countryside which opens up just steps from your front door.