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Infinity Waters – luxury living in the heart of Liverpool

22 Mar 2019
Author: Experience Invest

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Infinity Waters – luxury living in the heart of Liverpool

One of the developments Experience Invest is most excited about at the moment is Infinity Waters, a collection of luxury one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in the centre of Liverpool.

The feature that really distinguishes this property is its three towers, which climb 27, 33 and 39 storeys into the sky above the city. The larger two buildings will reach official skyscraper heights.

Take a look at the video for an idea of how these impressive structures will appear when construction work is complete.

Infinity Waters is set to attract a lot of interest from people looking for luxury living space in the centre of Liverpool. It will provide features including a cinema room, private garden areas, an indoor swimming pool, a gym and a full spa, complete with sauna and steam room.

Residents will also be able to make the most of the site’s concierge and on-site management team, while security will be provided by 24/7 CCTV and controlled building access.

In addition to the on-site facilities, the development boasts an excellent location just a few minutes’ walk away from the UNESCO World Heritage waterfront area and the city centre.

Infinity Waters’ close proximity to the central business district will be a huge bonus for tenants working in the area.

These are all major incentives for investors on the lookout for properties that will deliver reliable rental yields and passive income. Buyers can also currently secure early investor discounts and assured rental returns for three years.

Moreover, there are excellent prospects for ongoing capital growth in Liverpool. The Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index for January 2019 showed a five per cent year-on-year increase in house prices, but the city still had the lowest average price of £119,700.

Home to Britain’s second-fastest-growing economy outside London, there are plenty of reasons for investors to commit to Liverpool and Infinity Waters.