The final stage of the renowned Liverpool one project has begun, in the form of high-spec studios for the citys ever-expanding student population.

Following on from the fantastic success of Phase 1, Phase 2 of X1 Liverpool One is made up of 133 impressive studios spread over eight floors. All studio apartments, including a selection of roof top penthouses overlooking the citys skyline, come fullyfurnished to the highest of standards.

The location on Seel Street is right in the heart of the action close to bars, shops and cafes, not to mention the bonus of The University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University being just a few minutes away.

Built by X1 Developments, the developer behind the successful Liverpool student accommodation projects X1 Borden Court and X1 Arndale House, the facilities in X1 Liverpool One are second-to-none. This luxurious accommodation offers students a high-spec gymnasium, cinema room, and communal areas in which to relax after a hard day studying. Normally, such an enviable location comes at the cost of space, but these amenities offered prove X1 Liverpool One is fully dedicated to creating the epitome in luxury student accommodation. Lifts are present on every floor, as are the rubbish chutes. If it didnt have a modern laundry room on the ground floor, it could easily be mistaken for a boutique hotel.

With planning permission already granted and set to be complete Q2 2016, X1 Liverpool One is the ideal accommodation for the 82.3% of Liverpool students not housed by their respective universities. Investors can choose from a range of eight different style studios with prices starting at £ 76950, and a net assured return of 7% for the first year.

Property Features

  • 7% Net Rental Yield
  • Assured Rental For 3 Years
  • Liverpool Homes 50
  • 92 Unique Studio Apartments
  • Few Minutes Walk From Liverpool And John Moores University
  • Completion For September 2015
  • Managed By X1 Lettings
  • Assured Rental Year 1
  • Studio Prices From £76950
  • Built Within Part Of £920m Regeneration Scheme