2 Blackburne Terrace, Liverpool L8 7PJ
Tel: 0151 708 5474
Directions from M62
Continue along the motorway until its end, following the brown Heritage signs for Cathedrals. When you see the large Anglican Cathedral in the distance, this is your target! Hope Street connects both Cathedrals, so find your way to this glorious street, driving past The Everyman Theatre and The Royal Philharmonic Hall (both on the left). Further along on the right, just past 60 Hope Street (a great restaurant), notice an unusual instillation/sculpture called ‘A case History’ – known locally as ‘the suitcases’. Turn left into Blackburne Place. Blackburne Terrace is a row of 6 Georgian properties, set back off the road on a cobbled drive behind a green of trees. Park in the bay to the right of number 2.
Directions from Liverpool Lime Street train station
By Taxi: The journey will take 6 mins, up to 10 mins with traffic.
Walking: The journey is less than a mile and will take about 15 mins. Turn left out of the station. Walk along the main road past the Adelphi Hotel on the left and the old Lewis’s Department Store on the right, with its landmark male bronze figure by Sir Jacob Epstein entitled Liverpool Resurgens. Go straight along Renshaw Street till you come to a crossway. Turn left up the hill on to Leece Street, past St Luke’s church, a landmark locally known as ‘the bombed out church’. When you come to the junction with the Philharmonic Pub on the left and the Philharmonic Hall on the right, turn right into glorious Hope Street.
Further along, just past 60 Hope Street (a great restaurant), notice an unusual instillation/sculpture on the right called – A case History – or known locally as ‘the suitcases’. At this point turn left into Blackburne Place. 100 metres on the right, Blackburne Terrace is a row of 6 Georgian properties, set back off the road on a cobbled drive behind a green of trees. Welcome to number 2