Are you thinking of moving to Liverpool? Due to its rich history, attractive architecture, and eclectic nightlife, Liverpool is the UK’s sixth most visited city. Even though Liverpool is a rapidly growing city, housing prices and the cost of living remain cheap compared to other UK cities, with the cost of living index in Liverpool being 19% lower than London, according to Numbeo.
The city’s historic architecture, which includes Victorian and mediaeval tobacco houses and churches, contributed to the city’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. The beach and Lancashire countryside are both within a short drive from the city centre, providing the best of both worlds.
Qube Residential prepared this complete guide to relocating to Liverpool to help you discover more about the city before you book a viewing in Liverpool.
Compared to other UK cities, property prices in Liverpool are still relatively modest. According to the UK House Price Index, the average house price in Liverpool is £134,446. This is less expensive than Manchester, which has an average property price of £184,506.
A detached house will set you back an average of £262,637, while a semi-detached house will set you back £163,280. Expect to pay roughly £115,235 for a terraced house in Liverpool if you want to purchase one. Prices for an apartment or maisonette start at £107,289 and go up from there.
We have apartments, studios and houses available to purchase in the Liverpool city centre area and other hot spots that are listed below. View our properties here.
Rent in Liverpool is often less expensive than in other UK cities, which is good news for individuals wanting to rent. According to Zoopla, the average current rental price is £885 per month, with a 2-bedroom property costing £602 per month.
Liverpool’s Best Neighborhoods to live in
We’ve done all of the legwork for your relocation to Liverpool, so you don’t have to. We’ve compiled a list of 5 locations in Liverpool to help you with your home search, along with specific property and rent prices.
To help you in your quest for the ideal place that meets your personal financial needs, we’ve ranked the 5 areas in order of affordability. We’ve also added some crucial details regarding each area.
Our apartments and studios to LET are located right in Liverpool’s hot spots. View our properties here.
|Area||Average Asking Price||Average Asking Rent (PCM)|
|Liverpool City Centre||£144,993||£865|
Anfield, home to one of the world’s most famous football teams, provides cheaper housing, with an average house price of £115,753. Due to the popularity of the football suburb, the entire neighbourhood has been revitalised, with a bustling main street and eateries. Liverpool city centre is within a 10-minute drive from Anfield.
The City Centre of Liverpool
Liverpool City Centre is home to some of the most important architecture in the UK, including the renowned Cavern Quarter, historical Albert Docks, and the Grade I listed Royal Liver Building. The average dwelling price in the city centre is £144,993, which is still quite modest.
The average house price in Aintree, located 5.5 miles northeast of Liverpool city centre, is £162,828. The community is well-linked with frequent bus and train connections, as well as being close to the M57, M58, A59, and A5036. It is also home to the famed Aintree racecourse. There are several primary and secondary schools, as well as pubs, restaurants, and open areas, in the region.
Aigburth is a family-friendly neighbourhood that is well-served by public transportation. For your family’s entertainment, the neighbourhood is also near lush open areas, and riverfront walks. Aigburth features a diverse selection of restaurants and taverns, as well as individual and chain stores. Aigburth has an average home price of £219,500.