Philharmonic Rise offers fresh contemporary style new homes in Liverpool, bursting from the elegance of traditional Georgian design
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Philharmonic Rise offers fresh contemporary style bursting from the elegance of traditional Georgian design. A beautiful refurbishment restoring historic buildings to their former glory as homes of quality for people of substance, Philharmonic Rise provides elegant family living with space, comfort and a dash of the truly modern.
Situated on Catharine Street we have 10 exceptionally appointed four bedroom townhouses crafted over 5 floors. Showhome available by appointment.
Each home is styled to bring light and air into the traditionally spacious Georgian interiors. High ceilings, large windows and generous dimensions provide space for families to live well. Meanwhile, modern design ensures 21st century detail, including environmental factors such as reduced energy use. Each home also benefits from a private garden and have one off-street car parking space. Philharmonic Rise: a unique opportunity offering the very best of traditional family living in exceptional contemporary surroundings.
Philharmonic Rise is located in the Canning area of Liverpool, built in the popular Georgian style of the time for the prosperous families of the early nineteenth century. Planned by Liverpool Corporation surveyor Sir John Foster as part of the 1800 gridiron plan for a wider area then known as Mosslake Fields the area was named after George Canning, who served as Foreign Secretary and, briefly, Prime Minister.
Leaders of business and public life brought their families to Canning, luxuriating in the elegance and style of their imposing homes. They also enjoyed space and fresh air away from the noise and bustle of the city and docks as well as the benefits of being only a Hansom cab ride away from their offices and warehouses.
Today’s Canning has captured the imagination once more of the Victorian era with Philharmonic Rise providing a very modern salute to those elegant times.
All of which means families can once more benefit from the fine living and excellent connections their forefathers so richly enjoyed.
The area is bounded by some dramatic scenery. At the Myrtle Street end, Liverpool University has its main site, while at the Hope Street end is Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral on a rocky outcrop, which is the largest Anglican Cathedral in the world. The Georgian architecture is so stunning that it is believed that Canning is the most utilised area outside of London for filming of period television productions.