York House is a handsome grade two listed building nestled in the shadow of Liverpool One on the cobbled streets that make up the Rope-walks. With a considered design having planning permission agreed we are excited to renew our working relationship with KDP Architecture, in the commissioning of eighteen apartments over five stories, with ten in the period structure there will be a further eight housed in a glass linked extension to the rear.
York House is a sympathetic conversion will impact the existing floorpans minimally whilst retaining the exiting features within the original building, with beautiful, casement framed sliding sash windows within the generously proportioned rooms the apartments will appeal to both investors and owner occupiers alike. A stunning meld of Georgian refinement concealing a contemporary addition, a rare opportunity.
York House offers buyers a unique opportunity to purchase a beautiful period property located in coveted conservation area, Georgian splendour with a contemporary flair.
Stunning location in the immediate vicinity of the bars and restaurants of Duke street, in the shadow of the Liverpool One shopping complex.
A boutique development comprising eighteen apartments over five stories with carefully considered floor plans comprising both period and modern.
A high specification for each apartment from high speed Internet with CCTV access to Contemporary No Name designer kitchens in a choice of colours plus indulgent bathrooms, ensuring a bespoke package for the discerning client.
Known as Liverpool's 'Independent Quarter' Ropewalks, L1 is home to creative businesses, independent shops, cafes and bars. This makes Ropewalks one of Liverpool's quirkiest districts to explore.
Ropewalks is the latest location in Liverpool to see astonishing redevelopment, attracting £100 million worth of investment.
Ropewalks is located just off Bold Street, one of Liverpool's busiest shopping streets. It's also close to the city's popular destinations such as Albert Dock, Echo Arena and Liverpool ONE. Public transport is extremely accessible with main train stations within a few minutes' walk.
The combination of attractions, city centre retail, nightlife and culture as well as the proximity to the Universities just add to the appeal of this extremely convenient location. This area is particularly suitable for students and young professionals.
Ropewalks bustles with art, music and culture. Home to the unique Bold Street - lined with an eclectic mix of independent stores, coffee houses and restaurants - as well as a variety of cultural institutions including FACT, the Grade I listed Bluecoat and St Luke's (known locally as 'The Bombed Out Church').
The area is named after its unique large 19th century warehouse buildings, once used for rope making during Liverpool's maritime boom, and now home to a creative community at the centre of Liverpool's independent scene.