Edward Symmons Liverpool has been appointed as Law of Property Act receiver to sell a set of Grade II-listed workers' homes for offers in excess of £1m as lenders aim to recoup debts from the unnamed owner.
The Eldon Grove Labourers Dwellings, in the Vauxhall area north of the city centre, have planning consent for conversion to 48 apartments.
The three former tenement blocks have room for 50 parking spaces and front the former Bevington Street Recreation Ground, which Edward Symmons said provides scope for further development subject to planning.
Paul Parker of Edward Symmons Liverpool said: "Eldon Grove Labourers Dwellings opened in June 1912 and was constructed in an attractive 'Tudor' style of brick walls and blue and grey slate roofs. The site offers a substantial redevelopment opportunity for an investor to refurbish and adapt an elegant period property."
He continued: "The Vauxhall area of Liverpool is gaining a growing popularity for traditional and modern residential developments within easy reach of the city centre. We would encourage interested parties to contact us as early as possible, since we anticipate a high level of interest in this appealing development opportunity."