The development is set in what is to be one of Liverpool’s most exciting districts, Pumpfields. Sitting next to the city centre, this area is being redeveloped to cultivate a genuine community through innovative designs and ideals.
As well as being a short walk away from Liverpool One, waterfront attractions and independent bars and restaurants at RopeWalks, North Point also boasts its own wide range of amenities. There is a restaurant, gym and bar inside the development, and for balance it even has its own rooftop garden and green spaces.
The size of the two-bedroom apartments in North Point start at 58.8m² and increase in size up to 72.9m². The two-bedroom apartments offer the greatest amount of choice in terms of style and configuration, and there are no fewer than 190 on offer at North Point, all benefiting from access to private gardens.
Residents can enjoy property management services and amenities that are akin to those found in a five star hotel. North Point boasts a 24-hour manned concierge and assistance with day-to-day activities from dog walking to dry cleaning collection.
North Point – A New Way of Living and Working
The developer is building North Point with a vision to revolutionise how people live and work. The development will be a mix of various sized apartments and also live/work units. These live/work units are studios or one bedroom apartments, with special access to an onsite workshop. The developer has clearly realised that there has been a change in how people are working, with more people working from home and businesses wishing to reduce the overheads of running a physical office.
North Point Pall Mall Property Investment Fundamentals
- 7% Rental assurance for first three years
- Roof gardens and landscaping
- Gym and spa
- 5 minute walk to the business district
- Optional car parking
Buy to let property in Liverpool is popular with investors due to low property prices and good scope for capital growth. Although North Point has now sold, we still have plenty of other Liverpool property investments on our books.