Wishing Well Apartments Provide Affordable New Homes in Bootle

For Immediate Release

Local developer A&C Property One has recently completed the development of The Wishing Well Apartments, a new scheme providing truly affordable homes in the Bootle area of Sefton.

Fifteen of the 18 units within the development have already sold, via agents Acentus Real Estate Ltd. The remaining apartments comprise of three bedroomed properties with en-suite and family bathrooms and are available at £99,000 with 125 year leasehold. A free furniture pack is included in the sale of each property, to make these affordable homes an even more attractive and attainable prospect for first time buyers.

A rental return of 7% is guaranteed for two years, for investor purchasers. Located in a key regeneration area just a 10-minute drive from Liverpool’s city centre, offering a high specification finish and free gated car parking, The Wishing Well Apartments are also gaining interest from city professionals.

The Director of Acentus Real Estate, Simon Clarke said:

“Bootle is a great area of the city to buy property right now. These apartments are a stone’s throw from several large supermarkets, as well as the New Strand Shopping Centre, home to many local and high street stores. It’s in a key regeneration area that’s earmarked to receive increasing amounts of investment in the coming years. And of course, Bootle also equidistant between Liverpool city centre and the beautiful beaches in Sefton, with great public transport links to both. This is the area that savvy investors are looking to at the moment.

“The Wishing Well Apartments are an equally great prospect for owner occupiers and investor landlords. The housing shortage continues in Liverpool, so developments like this are welcomed with open arms when they are offered, and we are already receiving lots of interest in the remaining 3 units.”

If you are interested to view the show apartment, please contact Acentus Real Estate on 0151 958 0440.

 

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Author: Danielle

Date: 2018/05/09

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