New Homes in Merseyside
Live the life
Filled with history, culture, attractions and good transport links, buying a new home in Merseyside is great for all.
Choose from places like Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, St Helens and Knowsley; which are all great places to set up home.
Things to see and do
Liverpool is a lively city with lovely waterfront architecture, you can explore by foot or on the famous ‘Ferry across the Mersey’. Follow this by exploring the historic Albert Dock with its selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
Enjoy an elevated view of the city aboard the Liverpool Eye, and explore some of the cities great museums. The Museum of Liverpool, International Slavery Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum and Beatles Museum are just a handful of choices. Fans of the Fab Four may also like to visit the Cavern Pub, where the band performed on many occasions, or go on the two hour Magical Mystery Tour around the city. Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields are just two of the stops you’ll make.
Fans of shopping won’t be disappointed with Liverpool One, featuring a huge selection of stores. Here you’ll also find restaurants, bars and a cinema.
Football fans will enjoy taking a trip to Anfield or Goodison, home to the city’s two Premiership football clubs Liverpool and Everton.
Theatres and venues can be found throughout the city, such as the Echo Arena, Empire Theatre and Everyman Theatre. Officially the World Capital of Pop with more number ones than any other city, you won’t have to go far to find music and entertainment at the city’s various bars and venues.
If you’d prefer to be away from the city, but still have it on your doorstep, then Wirral offers a great place for a new home. Offering lovely coastline and easy access to North Wales, it also has lively seaside towns such as West Kirby and New Brighton. The Wirral Way provides a coastal walking route around the peninsula and with direct trains into Liverpool; the city is never more than a short journey away.
There are a wide variety of schools for children of all ages throughout Merseyside, making all areas great for families. Liverpool plays home to the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moors University, for those looking for higher education establishments.
Merseyside is served by great transport links meaning it can be reached from destinations across the country.
The main roads into the region are the M58 and M62 which both link off the M6. Those travelling over to Wirral will go through the Mersey tunnel which charges a fee.
Liverpool Lime Street is the main place for rail travel, allowing you to travel right across the country. London can be reached in two hours and 12 minutes, Manchester in 32 minutes, Leeds in one hour and 28 and Edinburgh in three hours and 50 minutes.
Merseyside is served by Liverpool John Lennon Airport. Manchester Airport is also easy to reach, taking just 50 minutes by road.