According to Rightmove, most of the properties sold during the last year in Aigburth were terrace properties, which sold for an average price of £231,959
An awesome period property has come on the market in south Liverpool. The home is situated in the sought after suburb of Aigburth, on Cumberland Avenue.
The four bedroom terrace is near the popular landmarks – Sefton Park and Princes Park. It also boasts some green space of its own with a front and back yard that have mature trees and shrubs. The Smithdown and Allerton Road areas are also nearby that feature wine bars, restaurants, pubs and independent businesses.
The Cumberland Avenue property is listed by Atlas Estate Agents for £400,000.
According to Rightmove, most of the properties sold during the last year in Aigburth were terrace properties, which sold for an average price of £231,959.
Flats sold for an average of £163,303, with semi-detached properties fetching £325,529.
Images on Rightmove show the house his painted on the outside with a purple door and blue stairs and blue window frames.
The property benefits from large rooms with high ceilings which are typical of a period property of this type.
On the first floor the potential buyer will find the four double bedrooms, with the fourth split to form a fifth bedroom if required. Alternatively this area could be used as a home office or playroom.
The Atlas Estate Agents listing reads: Situated in Aigburth, a popular and affluent south Liverpool suburb and home to many well-known landmarks including Sefton Park, Sudley House, Otterspool Promenade, Sefton Park Cricket Club.
This property really has to be viewed to be appreciated, from the large room sizes to the abundance of period features, it would make the perfect home for someone looking to move up the property ladder, the listing reads.
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