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Sell My House Quickly found another interesting article about properties in Liverpool. Merseyside’s most ‘unloved’ houses that are still on the market after years. One property has been listed for nearly five years but still doesn’t have a buyer.
In the last year, demand for moving into a new home has shot up according to the latest property research. Housing experts have found that with national lockdowns and more people spending time at home, pressure has been high on the property market.
Demand has been so high in fact, that 2021 is starting with 6.4% fewer homes ‘for sale’ than this time last year. Despite this there are wonderful listings that don’t seem to have found the right buyers over the last few years.
All of these ‘unloved’ houses, flats or apartments, have been on the market for many years, making them some of the longest-running listings found in a property search on Rightmove.
One of the properties we’ve included in our round-up has been on the market for almost five years.
It’s not obviously clear what is making the properties hard to sell but it could be that they are priced high, or that the images uploaded do not show the full potential.
Here are some of the longest listed properties for sale in Merseyside:
Milner Road, Heswall
In the sought-after location of Heswall, this house has plenty of highlights.
The four-bedroom detached house, on Milner Road, has been listed on Rightmove since 2017 with Purplebricks for £595,000.
Key features include a well-maintained south-facing garden, ‘excellent’ views and three ensuites.
The property also benefits from the privacy of a double entrance driveway with wrought iron gates and a garden surrounded by mature trees.
Roughwood Drive, Kirkby
This one-bedroom flat in Kirkby is situated on the ground floor of a popular gated development. It has an open plan lounge and kitchen, a good sized bedroom and a family bathroom. It’s ideally located within easy access of Kirkby town centre, with excellent transport links by bus and train.
Originally listed in January 2017, its price has since been reduced by £10,000 to £30,000 in 2019, making it a great option for first-time buyers or investors.
We found this article about Most Unloved Houses on Liverpool Echo. Kindly click the link to read the full story.
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