In the lively city of Liverpool where tangible energy runs throughout its streets, Woolton in the south of the city is an attractive destination for the modern homebuyer. Although it may have a distinct village feel, it is certainly not the sleepy village you may conjure up in your mind.
With dainty cottages that line the narrow streets surrounding the main hub, residents have a blissful short walk to the centre of Woolton Village, filled with trendy bars, restaurants and shops that attract many from across Liverpool. As one of the oldest parts of Liverpool, you can still see some incredible monuments to its past. Woolton Picture House
, for example, was built in 1926 and throughout the Second World War, provided the local community with news from the frontline and even survived the bombings.
As an affluent and historic area, the house prices in Woolton tend to be higher than in other areas of the city but not too dissimilar to other areas located in South Liverpool. Many of the properties for sale in Woolton Village are Grade ll listed and so, if you are looking for something more modern, you may have to look a little further afield, however, there are some beautiful properties that surround the village that would be a perfect fit for a family.