Selling Property in The Baltic Triangle
A place The Sunday Times labelled as “The coolest place to live in Britain” (March 2017). The Sunday Times article has spearheaded a huge increase in demand for properties for sale in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle. A hub for the creative, young and “young at heart” generations, the Baltic Triangle is Liverpool’s latest contribution to the artistic foundations of the city.
Comprising of a small quarter, placed around Jamaica Street, the Baltic Triangle is only a stone’s throw from the Albert Docks and the Liverpool Cathedral.
Independent business and creativity is a major element of this area of the city, so there is no surprise that new property investment opportunities arise quite regularly with people looking to take advantage of the growing reputation of the Baltic Triangle.
As well as being named “the coolest place to live” the Baltic Triangle has also been recognised as one of the best places to live in the UK. With so many people wanting in on the action (and the fun), anyone wanting to sell property in the Baltic Triangle can expect a lot of interest. Having a good estate agent on board can go a long way in converting that interest into the best possible sales price.
The Baltic Triangle Property Market
The current average value for properties in The Baltic Triangle stands at N/A (July 2019), which represents a change of % in the last 3 months since April 2019.
The average price of N/A is an increase of % on this time last year. Detached properties in The Baltic Triangle have the highest average value at £162,568, compared with semi-detached properties (£170,457), terraced properties (£320,423) and flats (£145,304).
The market is improving and estate agents in The Baltic Triangle do have a reason to be positive, as the current values represent an increase on the average amount paid for properties in The Baltic Triangle over the past 12 months. The average sale price for detached properties is currently -, compared with semi-detached properties (-), terraced properties (£322,375) and flats (£127,458).