Woolton is a prestigious middle class suburb. Housing is primarily semi-detached and detached, although some well-preserved terraces survive in Woolton Village.
Public houses in the area include The White Horse and The Elephant. Also of note are the Victorian swimming baths building, and the public library which was converted from a Methodist chapel, but was closed in 2012 as part of Liverpool City Council`s cost cutting measures.
Many Beatles landmarks can be found in Woolton, including `Mendips` (Lennon`s childhood home at 251 Menlove Avenue) and Strawberry Field. Another one of Woolton`s claims to fame is that John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met at St. Peter`s garden fete on 6 July 1957
Tyrer and Hart are delighted to offer lovely one bedroom flat situated in the desirable Woolton village.