City centre living usually means buying or renting a flat to be in the heart of the action – but this hidden gem proves that doesn't always have to be the case.
A quaint country style cottage has come on the market and it's located right in the middle of the city centre, just a few feet from Liverpool's busiest streets.
Tucked away on Benson Street, which runs between Mount Pleasant and Renshaw Street, you'd never know this family home was nestled in such a prime location.
On the market with Entwistle Green estate agents, this unusual family home carries a £225,000 price tag.
Available to cash buyers only, photos of the property have been uploaded to Zoopl a to offer house hunters a glimpse inside.
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The detached cottage is a Grade II listed building which has been beautifully converted, and has been described by the estate agents as a 'rare opportunity' for house hunters.
Despite being in the city centre, this dormer bungalow has an enviably spacious garden and massive open-plan living area.
Nestled in the Benson Court development, the bungalow is enjoys relative privacy – despite sitting back from a main road boasting a casino, karaoke bars and take-aways.
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This property comes complete with an entrance hall, a huge lounge with a balcony, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The historic property has been converted throughout but retains a number of original features, like the ceiling beams which offer an extra bit of character.
Back in December 2017, the property was listed for rent by Entwistle Green for £1,200 a month.
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Sitting peacefully in the quiet communal gardens of Benson Court, you’d never believe this country cottage was located behind one of the busiest streets in Liverpool.
If you’re looking for city centre living but don’t want to sacrifice the space and calm of the suburbs this truly is a hidden gem.