Blueoak to start work on high-end Wirral apartments

Developer Blueoak Estates releases details of a new multi-million pound ‘luxury’ 10-apartment scheme under construction in Wirral. Tony McDonough reports 

The Links
Blueoak Estates is building The Links in West Kirby


Blueoak Estates is offering details of a new multi-million pound upmarket apartments scheme in Wirral.

Construction The Links development in West Kirby will begin in July. It will offer 10, two and three-bedroom apartments offering views across Royal Liverpool Golf course, the Dee Estuary and Welsh Hills.

According to Blueoak, the largest of the new apartments will offer 3,000 sq ft of space. This is a comparative fit to one and a half standard four bed houses.

This development is set across three floors, with each apartment having its own design and layout. They will also have glazed balconies and underground parking. Several homes are equipped with a wine store, boot room and pantry. 

In May Blueoak reported an “unprecedented level of interest” in another luxury apartment scheme in Chester.

Grade II-listed Christleton Hall was built in 1750 and was originally used as a private residence and later as a boarding school. From 1974 to 2021 it was one of the causes of the University of Law. It will provide 14 apartments.

And in April the developer launched Estuary View on Meol’s Parade in Hoylake. It will provide two-bedroom apartments offering views across the Dee Estuary to North Wales.

Talking about the latest development, Iain MacLean, managing director of Blueoak Estates, said: “The Links is an absolute show stopper scheme that will set a new benchmark in luxury homes within Wirral.

“We believe that these homes will appeal to a broad audience who are ultimately seeking unrivalled apartments living in one of Wirral’s finest addresses.

“The scheme is already commanding much attention. As with the majority of our schemes, we expect to sell these apartments off plan, and with the anticipation and interest The Links has generated this will undoubtedly be no exception.”

Construction work will begin on the scheme next month when demolition of two existing homes will kickstart the development.

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