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Queen’s Residence is a luxury development, home to 89 residential apartments over 8 floors, creating a new modern identity for Liverpool. Comprised of one and two-bedroom apartments, Queen’s Residence is in close proximity to Liverpool City Centre, Waterloo Dock and the iconic River Mersey and is encapsulated by landscaped gardens, creating a space for peace and tranquillity in the heart of the city.

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The Apartments

1 Bed Apartments

From £125k | Up to 516 Sq. Ft

All aspects of Queen’s Residence have been carefully crafted to create a luxurious space where residents can enjoy a mix of urban living and city working.

2 Bed Apartments

From £185k | Up to 743 Sq. Ft

All aspects of Queen’s Residence have been carefully crafted to create a luxurious space where residents can enjoy a mix of urban living and city working.

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

Located in an area of extensive regeneration, Queen’s Residence is just moments from Liverpool City Centre where a host of retail and dining outlets can be found, and just 5 minutes from the famous Albert Docks which has become one of Liverpool’s most celebrated hotspots.

  • Kings Dock – 1.8 miles
  • Echo Arena – 1.8 miles
  • Baltic Triangle – 2 miles
  • Liverpool ONE – 1.1 miles
  • Liverpool Cathedral – 1.8 miles
  • University of Liverpool – 1.6 miles
  • John Moores University – 1.5 miles
  • Knowledge Quarter – 1.7 miles
  • Sefton Park – 4.2 miles
  • John Lennon Airport – 9 miles
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.

Liverpool’s city region has an economy worth around £22 billion and since 2016, the city centre has seen growth of £2.5 billion. Huge investment projects are well underway across the city, and more than £30 billion of developments are currently in progress.

  • 6 globally-ranked universities
  • 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


Queen’s Residence enjoys plenty of outdoor space that compliments the city dweller lifestyle. Communal manicured lawns offer residents a place to relax and socialise or space for some outdoor exercise.

Residents of Queen’s Residence benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, ensuring there is always somebody on hand to assist with day-to-day requirements, guest visits, deliveries, mail or maintenance queries.

About Liverpool, UK

About Liverpool

For experiencing the very best of Northern life, you won't find as many warm, friendly and lively cities as Liverpool. More people are choosing to live, study and work in Liverpool because of the city's thriving opportunities. With incredible landmarks, awe-inspiring history and rich culture, the city is attractive to tourists as much as residents. Queen's Residence is well suited to offering luxury residential property on the outskirts of the city centre with key amenities easily accessible. Residents will enjoy premium apartments that combine urban living with a professional lifestyle.

There's no doubting that Liverpool's rejuvenation within the last few decades has been wonderful to watch. The most significant transformation came following the city's European Capital of Culture success, spearheading several high-end projects such as Liverpool One, a large shopping complex and the best place in Liverpool to shop, dine and have fun. The £500m development is just one project that has made Liverpool a more inviting and lively destination. In the next few years, further regeneration projects will conclude, including Everton FC's new stadium at Bramley Moore Dock. The development looks set to create thousands of new jobs, revitalise a neglected area, and attract more visitors to the city. There is also the long-term £5bn Liverpool Waters scheme which will transform the city's business district and iconic waterfront across multiple decades. Paddington Village is a £1bn expansion of Liverpool's Knowledge Quarter, providing spaces for living, socialising and working for professionals in science, technology and health. Key gateways to Liverpool city centre, including Lime Street and The Strand, are undergoing a revamp to improve access to and from the city. These select projects are just a few ways in which Liverpool is planning to become a world-class international hub.

Property Location

Blackstock Street
Liverpool, L3 6EP

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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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