Quebec Quay is one of the most desirable apartment developments in Liverpool’s docklands. Large living room / dining room with separate kitchen. Double glazed French doors to Juliet balcony from. Double glazing and central heating. Situated within a gated community, the apartment offer access to immaculately maintained communal gardens and secure allocated parking.
Immediately adjacent both to the River Mersey and Liverpool Marina, in a quiet location yet within 5-10 minutes walk of the Pier Head, the Liverpool Echo Arena / BT Conference Centre, the Albert Dock and the new vast Liverpool One shopping centre. Ideally located for attending concerts at the ACC Echo Arena, Matthew Street Festival and Summer Pops.
20 minutes walk (or 5 minutes in a taxi!) to the city centre, yet the peace and quiet of the marina area.
Liverpool's Cultural Heritage: The architecture is world-class, with more listed buildings than any city outside London. The heart of the city and its waterfront sit proudly alongside treasures like the Taj Mahal and Pyramids at Giza as a World Heritage Site.
Many gems of the National Museums Liverpool fall within the heritage site. The refurbished World Museum Liverpool and Walker Art Gallery are housed in this part of town, while the Tate Liverpool and Merseyside Maritime Museum have their homes on the waterfront, at the Albert Dock.
Our city's areas of interest extend far beyond this however. Liverpool boasts two cathedrals which are major attractions in their own right. The Anglican Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral are fine examples of internationally recognised architecture.
If you're looking for theatres in Liverpool, choose from the Everyman and Playhouse, Unity and Empire theatres for a range of contemporary, classic and touring productions.
Liverpool's Musical Heritage: Liverpool Rocks!
You will find traces of The Beatles at nearly every turn in modern Liverpool. But don't overlook their many predecessors, like Britain's first great rock'n'roller Billy Fury, or their contemporaries in the 1960s Merseybeat movement that would revolutionise pop culture. Musicians as diverse as Echo and the Bunnymen, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Atomic Kitten have roots in the city.
The Guinness Book of Records has named Liverpool as World Capital City of Pop.
*** For the latest acts, Liverpool Echo Arena is the city's superior venue for concerts and hosts world-famous artists and bands and is only 5 minutes walk from the apartment ***
Liverpool's Sporting Heritage: Sport - along with music - is the beating heart of this city.
Mention the name 'Liverpool' to almost anyone, anywhere in the world, and their almost instant reaction will be 'football'. The Northwest is a hotbed of footballing success, with seven Premiership clubs; the homes of two of them, Everton and Liverpool, are just minutes from Liverpool City Centre.
The Grand National horse race is the world's most-watched sporting event, with an annual audience of 600 million. Haydock Park a premier dual-purpose racecourse, boasting an active and energetic year-round racing calendar that includes both flat and jumping fixtures.
But scratch the surface, and there's a huge range of sports on offer: rugby league continues to rise in popularity, led by St.Helens Saints and Widnes Vikings, while the Liverpool the International Tennis Tournament 2009 attracts some of the world's top tennis talents, and the event is expected to be a major event in the calendar.