A popular choice for house-hunters who want the best of both worlds, Aigburth provides a little bit of everything for the discerning homeowner. From greenery and scenery to quick commutes and top-rated schools, it’s an ideal location for a variety of buyers to set up home. However, if it’s not the green spaces and schools that attract people to Aigburth, it’s the quirky social scene in the famous Lark Lane, playing host to some of Liverpool’s best bars and restaurants.
Lark Lane is a real local hub, filled with independent bars, restaurants, shops and community spaces. It has a significantly-different feel to its nightlife than the city centre with a much more chilled and relaxed vibe.
With parts of the area surrounding the historic Victorian gem of Sefton Park, you can find striking properties for sale in Aigburth that hark back to the area’s impressive history. Stunning Victorian villas sit on the edge of the park on wide, tree-lined avenues that are frequented by joggers and walkers alike, taking in the scenic beauty of the area. House prices in Aigburth tend to be more affordable than its equally leafy South Liverpool counterparts, making it an attractive place for buyers who want to enjoy the green and plush scenery that is iconic to Liverpool’s south, without spending a small fortune.
So, when the next person asks whether Aigburth is a nice area, you know exactly what to say!
Sudley House, built in the 19th century, was the home of Nicholas Robinson, a Mayor of Liverpool and successful Corn Merchant. It is now a museum where guests can see the art collection from George Holt, a keen art collector and former resident of the house.