- L1 Location
- No management fees for the first year
- Grade II Listed Georgian Townhouse
- Only 300m to Liverpool ONE
- Original features
- Boutique style development 18 units
York House offers buyers the rare and exciting opportunity to purchase an apartment within this majestic, grade two listed Georgian property. A considered melding of old and new, the design incorporates a contemporary glass linked extension whilst maintaining the existing features, to create a stunning range of units from 34 -70 square meters.
Ropewalks is home to the quirky Bold Street, lined with an eclectic mix of independent stores, coffee houses and restaurants, as well as a variety of cultural institutions including FACT, the Grade I listed Bluecoat and St Luke’s, known locally as ‘The Bombed Out Church’.
The name ‘Ropewalks’ is derived from the craft of rope-making for sailing ships that dominated the area until the 19th century. It is characterised by its long, straight streets running parallel to each other. The streets were built in this way to allow rope manufacturers to lay the ropes out lengthways during production. There are a number of historic warehouse buildings and it owes much of its character to the rope-making industry. The area has reinvented itself as the city’s “independent quarter”, and the mish-mash of historic streets and renovated warehouses, creative cafés and music venues makes it one of Liverpool’s best districts to explore.