The property comprises of a six floor concrete frame built mixed use building providing four retail units and office space on the second, third and fourth floors.
The property is located in Liverpool City Centre at the southern side of the pedestrianised Lord Street.
The property comprises a terraced building of brick/block construction, over four floors.
Currently ground floor retail with residential space above. Circa 1950's. The property is located on Lord Street in Liverpool in close proximity to Moorfield Railway Station.
The property comprises a Grade I listed building set over five floors. The building was constructed between 1845 and 1848 by Charles Robert Cockerell.
The property is located in Liverpool city centre at the junction of Castle Street and Cook Street and a short walk from Liverpool James Street Railway Station.
The property comprises of an end of terrace office building, which was constructed in 1841 and is arranged over three floors plus basement level.
The property is located on the north side of Rumford Place, which lies directly off Chapel Street in Liverpool City Centre.
The property comprises a terraced building of masonry construction, arranged over ground and four upper floors, providing ground floor office accommodation with residential apartments above.
The property is located on Preston Street in Liverpool.
The property comprises a Grade II listed building constructed in 1955 to offer mixed use accommodation over 12 floors including basement. The property, referred to as Horton House, offers retail space at ground floor and first floor levels with office accommodation to the upper floors. The basement level offers car parking.
The property comprises a mixed use building arranged over six floors.
The property is located on Cinliffe Street. There is good access to Moorfield Railway Station and Junction 1 of the M53 which is 3.6 miles from the property.