A collection of 14 new apartments have launched for sale at Onward Living’s Alexandra Court development in Aigburth, Liverpool.
Sympathetically designed within a beautifully restored Victorian villa, the one and two-bedroom apartments on Alexandra Drive, near Sefton Park, are available to buy through Shared Ownership and can now be reserved off-plan.
This latest launch follows the success of Onward Living’s Clifton Place development on nearby Buckland Street, where 12 people had reserved off-plan early this year and are now moved in.
Blending period features with modern design, these latest apartments come in a range of layouts and boast spacious and stylish living areas, modern bathrooms, and fully-fitted kitchens with integrated appliances. The homes also benefit from flooring fitted throughout and a ten-year warranty for added peace of mind.
Situated a short stroll from the popular Lark Lane and 235-arce Sefton Park, the apartments at Alexandra Court are perfect for buyers who want to enjoy the glorious green scenery that is iconic to Liverpool’s south, without spending a small fortune.
Sandy Kelly, head of sales at Onward Living, said: “We are thrilled to be launching our third development in this highly sought-after area of south Liverpool.
“These tasteful apartments at Alexandra Court are likely to attract a varied audience, from first-time buyers to downsizers. With its popular location and high specification finish, we are confident these homes won’t be on the market for long.
“Having recently reserved all of our apartments off-plan at nearby Clifton Place, we advise prospective buyers to register their interest soon to avoid missing out.”
The development is due for completion early next year and a show home will also be available for virtual or physical viewings.
With prices starting from £50,000 for a 40% share, these homes offer a desirable L17 postcode without the price tag.
Shared Ownership allows you to buy a percentage (between 25% and 75%) of your new home, and pay rent on the rest. Onward Living owns part of it — but you’re living there, you decorate it, and you decide when to sell.
Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and smaller mortgage. It’s a sooner first step on the ladder for lots of people. Usually, you can also carry on buying shares, to own it 100%.