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21st century city living in Liverpool

21st century city living in Liverpool

21st century city living in Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the most popular destinations in the UK for city breaks. The city is famous for its nightlife and also offers a wealth of daytime attractions. From shopping to museums, food and drink to art and culture, there’s something for everyone.

A wealth of architectural treasures

Liverpool’s industrial, nautical and civic heritage shaped its distinct culture and identity. And that is nowhere more visible than in the city’s architecture. Liverpool is packed with landmarks, from its twin cathedrals to the famous Albert Dock. And chief among them are the so-called Three Graces. The iconic Liver Building, the Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building all grace the site of the former St George’s Dock.

But what if you could actually stay in an historic Liverpool building to enjoy an exceptional city break of your own? Now you can. Residential Estates offer a suite of three brilliantly designed apartments in the recently refurbished Walton Building.

The building sits in the heart of the city, near Moorfields station. It actually began life as Hornby House, a distribution centre for the stationer and retailer WH Smith. Later, the Oak Co-operative Building Society acquired the building and used it as offices until Liverpool Polytechnic bought it and converted it into a library in the 1970s. In the 1990s, developers converted it for residential use. More recently, the developers behind Brooklyn Lofts in Manchester have comprehensively updated it.

Your Liverpool home from home

The result is a state-of-the art residential block characterised by high ceilings and attractive steel beams. Residential Estates offer two two-bedroom apartments and a three-bedroom apartment, the last with dedicated parking. Each unit has a fully-equipped kitchen, plenty of living space and comfortable bedrooms, ideal for a stay of any length.

The Walton Building is convenient for all the city’s railway stations and motorway connections, while the nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport, just 12 km away. The airport’s name is a reminder of Liverpool’s rich cultural heritage. Indeed the Cavern Quarter is on your doorstep. So too is the Western Approaches war museum. Other points of interest near the apartments include the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool ONE and of course the Liver Building.

All in all, the Walton Building is an excellent base for exploring all that Liverpool has to offer. Whether you’re planning a romantic city break for two or a family holiday, you be glad to come home after the day’s adventures to your luxurious city apartment. So check out the options now. And start planning your Liverpool city break.

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