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Moving to Manchester? Check out the area of Moston with our helpful guide.

Click here! https://peteranthony.co.uk/buy/area-guides/moston
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Amazing new Splash water park set to open a short drive from Liverpool @echowhatson

The new water park will be free to use and is due to open this spring

A brand new water park is set to open in the UK soon and it’s just a short drive from Liverpool. The water park will feature play equipment such as spray loops, water sprays, bucket drops, water domes and a paddling section.

And the best thing is the park will be completely FREE to use, Splash is being aimed at children aged three to 12, and will be situated in the Promenade Gardens in Lytham St Annes, close to the town’s golf Mini-Links site. Just an hour and 15 minutes drive from Liverpool, the new water play area is currently getting it’s finishing touches, according to Manchester Evening News, after being announced last year.

Read more at https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/amazing-new-splash-water-park-15693196
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Liverpool's biggest independents are teaming up for this incredible festival @echowhatson

We decided to bring all of these amazing businesses together to make a real impact.

When it comes to Liverpool, the city is known for its fashion, culture and in recent years its independents.

Streets like Bold Street and social media platforms such as Instagram have helped pave the way for entrepreneurs in the city to grow into their own, and now some of the biggest across Liverpool are coming together for one huge event.

Taking place this weekend, the Liverpool Health & Wellbeing festival is bringing businesses such as The Nakery, Picnic, Indigo Greens and Root 22 Organic.

Read more at https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/liverpools-biggest-independents-teaming-up-15692692
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Kids can enjoy a free steam train ride on the East Lancashire Railway @WhatsOnInManchester

It's a popular day out for families across the region and it just got cheaper

We all know there's no such thing as a FREE ride unless you're a child visiting the East Lancashire Railway that is. That's because the popular visitor attraction is offering kids the chance to ride for free.

It means that any child between the ages of five and 17 can enjoy the steam train experience without spending a penny. They just have to be accompanied by a paying adult and must download a voucher here before booking their tickets. Under fives are always free unless there's a special event on.

Read more at https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/kids-free-east-lancashire-railway-15681754
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FOR SALE: 290,Vauxhall Road, Liverpool | £105,000

Peter Anthony are pleased to offer FOR SALE this recently built two bedroom second floor apartment with secure parking which is situated on the front of the building. Ideally located for easy access into the City Centre and local amenities.

The property briefly comprises: Private entrance hall, open plan living room which incorporates a fully fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom with shower over bath.

Currently tenanted with an annual income of £7020 generating a yield of just under 7%, Vacant possession can however be available on request.
The property benefits double glazing and gas central heating.

Viewings highly recommended, please call 0151 214 3480 to arrange a viewing.

More details at https://peteranthony.co.uk/property/290-Vauxhall-Road--Liverpool-10003932
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Blog: Liverpool Homeowners Have Made an Annual Profit of £5,281 Since the Millenium

As we go full steam ahead into 2019, it’s certain that the Liverpool housing market in 2018 was a little more restrained than 2016 and 2017 and I believe this will continue into 2019. Property ownership is a medium to long term investment so, looking at the long-term, the average Liverpool homeowner, having owned their property since the Millennium, has seen its value rise by more than 177%.

This is important, as house prices are a national obsession and tied into the health of the UK economy as a whole. The preponderance of that historical gain in Liverpool property values has come from the growth in Liverpool property values, while some of it will have been enhanced by extending, modernising or developing their Liverpool home.

Taking a look at the different property types in Liverpool, and the profit made by each type, makes interesting reading.

Read more at https://peteranthony.co.uk/blogs/liverpool-property-news/liverpool-property-news/2019/01/09/liverpool-homeowners-have-made-an-annual-profit-of-5-281-since-the-millenium
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Country hikes within easy reach of Manchester and how to get to them @WhatsOnInManchester

Time to blow away those Christmas cobwebs

Most of us will have spent the majority of December running from Christmas party to family gathering to last-minute Christmas shopping around the Arndale. Fresh air's been pretty low down on the agenda.

But now that all that madness is out of the way, you may find yourself faced with a quiet week off work, and it's the perfect time to recharge your batteries before the new year begins. One of the best ways to achieve this is to step firmly away from the grey and the gridlock of Manchester itself and explore some of the countryside we're so blessed to have on our doorsteps.

Read more at https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/country-hikes-manchester-easy-reach-15585583
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Free parking in Manchester city centre areas as a 'thank you' for putting up with Regent Road roadworks @ManchesterEveningNews

The offer only applies in certain areas so make sure you do not get caught out

Drivers are being offered free parking in the city centre as a 'thank you' for their patience during the chaotic Regent Road roadworks. Town hall bosses are lifting charges in council street bays for the next four weekends - however there is a catch.

The offer doesn't extend those meters in the heart of the city centre and only applies to bays in designated areas on the outskirts of town, around Piccadilly Station, Castlefield and First Street, close to Deansgate Locks for instance.

Charges will be waived on Saturdays and Sundays for the weekends of 12 –13 January, 19 –20 January, 26 –27 January and 2 –3 February, from noon -8pm. For parking purposes the city centre is split into four zones and the offer will only apply to zones three and four.

Read more at https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/free-parking-manchester-regent-road-15664301
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Thinking of selling or letting your Manchester property? Get in touch for a valuation!

>>> https://peteranthony.co.uk/ #Manchester #Stockport
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Number of house sales slump in almost two thirds of local authority areas @propertyindustryeye

Property sales slumped in almost two thirds of local authority areas during 2018, according to analysis of Land Registry data.

Meanwhile, today’s new report from Nationwide shows house prices slipped in December, from an average of £214,044 in November, to £212,281, bringing house prices to just 0.5% higher than in December 2017.

The sales volume research – based on Land Registry transaction data as of last August – found that sales fell annually in the first eight months of 2018 in 241 of 374 local authority areas. However, 35.6% of local authority areas saw sales improve compared with last year in the eight months to August.

Among the 374 local authority areas, 133 saw an increase in the number of homes sold, the average rise being 3.5% for the eight months to August 2018 compared with the same period the previous year. Stevenage, London’s Tower Hamlets, Newcastle-under-Lyme and Cambridge were the places that saw the worst falls.

Read more at https://www.propertyindustryeye.com/number-of-house-sales-slump-in-almost-two-thirds-of-local-authority-areas/
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