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No.1 Hatton Garden, due for completion in Q4 2019, consists of 120 luxury studio, one and two-bedroom apartments in the centre of Liverpool, one of the UK’s fastest-growing cities. With prices from £99,000, this is a fully managed, hands-off investment that requires only a £2,500 reservation fee.

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Prices from only £99,000

Only 15% deposit on exchange

10%+ estimate NET yields

£2,500 reservation fee

Highly established and experienced developer

The Apartments

Studio Apartments

Prices from £98,986

The studio apartments at Hatton Garden are a great choice for young professionals and couples seeking luxury accommodation in the heart of Liverpool’s business district. These studios are equipped with luxury finishes and hydro-massage baths. Residents can enjoy a 24-hour concierge service and green spaces. There is also the option of buying an underground car parking space.

1 Bed Apartments

Prices from £111,109

The one bedroom apartments at Hatton Garden offer luxury apartments in the heart of Liverpool city centre. The apartments are designed to a high standard complete with fully fitted kitchens, hydro massage baths and halogen lighting throughout. The upper floors also boast stunning city views of the city centre. The option of purchasing on site secure car parking spaces is available.

2 Bed Apartments

Prices from £155,953

The two bedroom apartments at Hatton Garden provide modern accommodation that’s well-located in Liverpool city centre. The apartments are fully-equipped to cater for each tenants’ every needs. Hatton Garden features luxury interior finishes, hydro-massage baths, 24-hour concierge and stunning views of Liverpool. Underground parking spaces are also available to purchase.

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

Within easy walking distance of the city’s main train stations, shops and cultural landmarks, No.1 Hatton Garden is well-placed for tenants who enjoy the buzz of city living.

There is no shortage of bars, restaurants and convenience stores, and the development is a short distance from all of Liverpool’s university campuses. For commuters, London and Manchester are easily accessible in under two hours from Lime Street station.

  • 0.2 miles to World Museum
  • 0.4 miles to Moorfields train station
  • 0.4 miles to Liverpool Lime Street train station
  • 0.4 miles to Liverpool ONE shopping district
  • 0.5 miles to Liverpool Central train station
  • 0.6 miles to Liverpool Waterfront
  • 0.6 miles to Tesco Superstore
  • 0.8 miles to Liverpool John Moore’s University
  • 1 mile to Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospital
  • 1 mile to University of Liverpool
  • 1.1 miles to Liverpool Cathedral
employment and education

Employment & Education

Liverpool is home to a thriving business ecosystem, and is particularly strong in sectors such as finance, life sciences, creative and digital, property and manufacturing. There are around 250,000 students within a 30-mile radius of Liverpool, and the city’s universities produce more than 30,000 graduates every year.

  • 6 globally-ranked universities
  • High graduate retention
  • 31.9% of residents educated to degree level or higher
  • 6 million-strong workforce within 1 hour
  • Largest wealth management centre outside of London
  • National companies including TJ Morris, Bibby Line, and Princes Ltd have head offices in Liverpool


No. 1 Hatton Garden is modern, well-located and fully-equipped to cater for its tenants’ every need.

  • Luxury interior finishes including hydro-massage baths
  • 24-hour concierge
  • Underground parking
  • Stunning views of Liverpool
  • Green spaces

Property Location

Kingsway House
Liverpool, L3 2AJ

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Why Buy to Let Property in Liverpool?

Liverpool found its fame in the early 18th century when the world’s first commercial wet dock was constructed. Not only is Liverpool famed for its huge contribution to the abolitionist movement, it’s predominantly known for maritime trade across the globe. By the late 19th century, Albert Dock was one of the most advanced docks anywhere in the world and as a result, Liverpool’s waterfront is now a designated World Heritage Site.

19th century engineering in Liverpool had a significant impact on the expansion of the city’s population, thanks to the introduction of the world’s first passenger and overhead railways. Now, with a consistently increasing population of over 893,000, Liverpool continues to show signs of exponential growth and promise. Liverpool has many impressive statistics to its name, and boasts more museums, Grade II listed buildings and galleries than anywhere outside London.

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11,000 | Job Creation

More than 11,000 jobs will be created in the city by 2023


£4.5bn | Growing Tourism

Liverpool's tourism economy is worth £4.5billion and growing


£6bn | Regeneration

£6billion is being invested into the Knowledge Quarter and Liverpool Waters


893,000 | Population Growth

893,000 people live in Liverpool and this continues to grow at an exponential rate

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