It’s an ideal location for professional workers with jobs in the town, but the proximity of the Oriel Road Railway Station makes it perfectly-placed for city commuters, too.
Merton House is a striking, 10-storey development, set in an area of strong rental demand close to the docks and major employers. Upon completion in the first quarter of 2024, the 140 apartments will be fitted out to the highest standards, ensuring that they appeal to the many highly skilled workers who are now moving in along Liverpool’s fast-regenerating waterfront.
Demand for accommodation is growing fast. Liverpool’s sea-front is attracting massive investment and Bootle is set to benefit from rapid economic growth and new job creation. As a result, it’s becoming an ever more popular area in which to live and work.
Combining stylish interiors, a convenient location and compelling off-plan prices, Merton House affords an excellent opportunity to settle in one of Bootle’s best and most attractive neighbourhoods.
With billions being spent on Liverpool’s docks and its whole waterfront, Bootle is being buoyed up by city-wide regeneration. Merseyside is one of Britain’s fastest-growing economies and, as a result, Bootle is discovering new vitality and ambition. It’s said that the expansion of the Bootle Docks could add £5 billion to the local economy.
Bootle is clearly a town with a bright future and, located within its central business district, Merton House will ensure that residents can make the most of all the local amenities.
Located just 4.5km north of the city centre, Bootle has been a part of Liverpool for well over a hundred years. Whether by car, bus or rail, Merton House residents can be in the heart of the city in just a few minutes, putting countless attractions, events, employers and amenities within easy reach. It is very conveniently located for local shopping and leisure facilities.
This proximity makes Bootle a great base for commuters with jobs in the city. Merton House stands less than 400m from Bootle Oriel Road Railway Station and, from here, the journey to Liverpool Central takes under a quarter of an hour. The Trinity Road bus stop is closer still – less than 100m along Stanley Road – and the journey typically takes around 20 minutes.
It’s also very well served by public transport, so all of Merseyside and its surrounds are within easy striking distance.
Whether for work or pleasure, the trip to the city centre is quick and easy, and it opens up a wealth of options.
In view of its setting and its undoubted appeal to skilled workers, Merton House is very consciously designed to appeal on the grounds of convenience, style and modernity.
Led by a specialist developer, the property’s transformation will entail a completely new interior layout and, outside, a 21st century makeover. This will include a secure new entranceway and lighting; everything, in short, to give the property an air of exclusivity and distinction.
Designed and built in accordance with latest standards and regulations for building safety, the apartments promise years of trouble-free living.
They make great use of space and natural daylight. Open plan designs and light, neutral colours help to keep interiors bright and airy, while artfully styled bathrooms add to the sense of chic modernity.
This same modernity extends into the living rooms and bedrooms, where helpful extras such as USB chargers and satellite TV points add elements of luxury and convenience.
The developer specialises in creating high quality accommodation for discerning buyers. Accordingly, floors are covered with high-quality carpets and hardwearing flooring, and the fitted kitchens are equipped with integrated appliances. Supplied as standard, these include fan assisted electric ovens and integrated fridge-freezers and washing machines.