Aigburth – the ‘hitcher’
Everyone is looking for the next property hot spot. Searching for the next up and coming place to buy. And when it comes to buying a home in Liverpool, there are a few such paces you might want to consider. Our Liverpool architect Catherine Traynor investigates.
Aigburth is what’s known as a ‘hitcher’ – it’s an area that piggy backs on the prosperity of its neighbouring regions. In this case, those regions would be Mossley Hill and Sefton Park. And if you like the idea of living somewhere with a bohemian, village-style feel and can’t afford to live in one of those locations, Aigburth is a great alternative.
Seeking the Green and Serene
For the more creative Liverpudlians looking to retire from urban life and leave behind the hustle and bustle of the city for something more green and serene, investing in property hot spots like Allerton, Hunts Cross, Cressington, Greenbank, Mossley Hill and Woolton can be attractive ideas. But some streets are more expensive than others.
The region is also praised for having some good rail connections, as well as “some great Victorian terraces and detached houses on wide, sprawling streets such as Woodlands Road and Ivanhoe Road.”
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