29th Jul 2021 | Property of the Week
Above: a gallery of ten picturesThe house is on the market with Move Residential, and the agency is inviting offers of over £1,350,000.
New factory-built houses at Wirral Waters are going on sale from next month in a major breakthrough for the project.
Wirral Waters, which is set to provide up to 13,500 homes over the next 25 years and potentially create up to 20,000 jobs, was criticised for being slow to get going.
Above: a gallery of ten picturesFeatures that immediately caught our eye are its clever use of space - accommodation is arranged over three floors; while the bifolding doors that open onto the rear garden will be a boon to a family that wants to chill during the sort of mini-heatwaves that have been a feature of this year so far.
Above: a gallery of ten imagesIt's not the greatest film ever made, but it's warm, touching, funny and has the natural hook of equine and human underdogs trying to win against all the odds.
New apartments are coming to Heswall, despite claims they will be harmful to the character of the area.
Last night's meeting of Wirral Council's Planning Committee approved a proposal to demolish an existing house and build five apartments in its place on Oldfield Drive in Heswall.
Above: a gallery of ten picturesThe first floor boasts a master bedroom with dressing area and four piece bathroom. There are three more bedrooms, each of them with ensuite facilities.
Above: a gallery of ten picturesWhat seems certain is that many businesses will permit and even encourage a blend of home and office.
Above: browse a gallery of ten picturesLapwing Rise is a gated community on Gayton Road, Lower Heswall, a development of 16 detached homes and townhouses built on the site of what was once the Victoria Hotel.
What was once the Heswall Gospel Hall of Christian Brethren on Pensby Road could soon come tumbling down and be replaced by 23 flats.
A planning application from Liverpool based Forth Homes has been approved by Wirral Council.
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