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Tobacco Warehouse, Liverpool

£610,000
Liverpool
Property reference: LOB0712
Joint Sole Agents
£610,000
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KEY FEATURES
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
Full Description
Living Area:  2,723 sq ft

KEY FEATURES 

  • Historic Building 
  • River Views
  • Duplex 
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Living
  • Period Features 

This spacious River view apartment occupies two floors, with dramatic double-height living rooms providing a sense of volume and light rarely seen in the city. Open plan, spacious and versatile living areas make up the living accommodation offering courtyard views out of impressive double stacked windows. The living room offers impressive views across the river and all bathrooms are fully fitted with full height mosaic tiles and ceramic floor tiles.

The apartment has been beautifully designed to preserve the original architecture of the building, and features exposed brickwork, double-height ceilings, columns and double-glazed heritage-style windows juxtaposed with stunning contemporary finishes.

ACCOMMODATION 

  • Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area
  • Reception Room
  • Principal Bedroom with Ensuite 
  • Guest Bedroom with Ensuite 
  • Family Bathroom

LOCATION 

Tobacco Warehouse is at the heart of a wider regeneration project that will see this once-prosperous part of Liverpool returned to its former glory. Stanley Dock and the Ten Streets area will be brought back to life with an injection of chic cafés, restaurants, retail and creative businesses. It will be a new neighbourhood with a distinctive personality. Situated just 1.5 kilometres north of Liverpool city centre, Stanley Dock is positioned to benefit from the new Atlantic Corridor development.

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