Central Liverpool Buy to Let investment in converted period building

by Arran Kerkvliet

13:50 PM, 30th October 2017
About 12 months ago

Central Liverpool Buy to Let investment in converted period building

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Central Liverpool Buy to Let investment in converted period building

This is an exciting new investment opportunity in Liverpool’s city centre. Interiors are finished to a high specification to complement the grandeur of the exterior.

Originally Union Bank’s head office, it is converted to 26 luxury apartments offering a 6% net rental return for 2 years.  One bedroom apartments start from £169,950.

Halifax House enjoys a central location on Fenwick Street, ideal for young professionals working in the city centre who want to make the most of the city on their days off. James Street station is a short walk away, as are the docks, Liverpool ONE shopping centre and a host of bars and clubs. Halifax House is a three-storey Grade II listed building made from stone, and was designed by famous architect G.E. Grayson. Special features of the building include a domed skylight, a central round-headed entrance and polished granite columns. The grand design demonstrates its tactical importance as it was built for the Union Bank in 1870. The ground floor is occupied by a bar and restaurant which adds to the cultural feel of the building, and can be enjoyed by residents who need to wind down after a long week at work.

Inside, the apartments are furnished to the highest specification, to complement the grand exterior. Each apartment boasts high ceilings of 13.4ft, and neutral décor that creates an airy, modern feel whilst still paying homage to the building’s historical grandeur.

Investment Fundamentals

  • 6% net return guaranteed for two years
  • Priced from £165,995
  • Boutique development – only 26 luxury apartments available
  • City centre location
  • Stunning views over the city centre
  • Luxurious interiors

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