Linacre House is a prominent building situated on Stanley Road on the fringe of Bootle town centre. The transformation of the property will welcome 62 stylish one-bedroom apartments to the area.
Bootle’s active regeneration projects encourage more town central housing alongside a more diverse commercial and retail quarter. As a result, property prices have boomed in recent years, seeing it placed 12th on a list of property hotspots.
These initiatives have aided the development of Bootle’s new image and funds in the region of £600m are being invested by the public and private sectors to enhance employment opportunities. The living spaces at Linacre House are therefore likely to be extremely sought after by young professionals as they flood to the area.
As a family-run business, we pride ourselves on our good reputation as a developer that always completes their projects. We’re pleased to report that we are making excellent progress on our Linacre development, with our first fix of M&E and drylining complete on the ground floor.
We are also well underway with progress in other areas of the development. Windows, kitchens and joinery have now been installed on the 2nd floor. We are also pleased that kitchen installs are progressing well on the 4th floor. We are excited to oversee the continued smooth running of the project and can confirm that it is due for completion in Q4 of this year.
The nearest train station lies just 0.4 miles to the south-west connecting the town with direct trains to Liverpool City Centre and Southport, great news for commuters.
Residents can also make the most of excellent connections to the national motorway. Switch island sits just 4.5 miles away providing access to the M57 and M58, leading to the M62 and M6.
Just a stone’s throw away lies the natural open space of Mellanear Park which runs alongside the Leeds Liverpool canal.
In the opposite direction, you can find North Park, home to beautiful gardens and a children’s play area, as well as the town’s leisure and health centres.
The local economy was boosted greatly in 2008 when Asda built an eco-friendly store on Strand Road. Meanwhile, the 415,000 sq ft Strand shopping centre offers over 100 retailers including High Street names like Boots, H Samuel, Specsavers, WH Smith and Superdrug.
This centre is seen as being one of the driving forces behind the ongoing resurgence of interest in the area.
Finished to the highest specification all apartments are spacious, bright and airy with the emphasis being on comfortable, low-carbon living.
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