THE WHOLE of Brookside Close is up for sale - for a cool £2m.
A plan to sell each of the houses individually was revealed by the ECHO in 2005.
But new owners have revealed the whole Close is up for grabs after the previous company went into receivership.
Auctioneers SHM Smith Hodgkinson said they would be inviting offers for the 13 houses - including notorious Number 10, where Trevor Jordache was murdered.
Viewings will begin in the next few weeks, with the auctioneers only considering offers in the region of £2m from developers or wealthy individuals for the whole set.
Suzanne Collins, whose character Nikki Shadwick lived at Number Six, today said she hoped the estate brought as much enjoyment to the new owners as it had her.
She said: “I won’t be putting in a bid but I have great memories of the houses there and it was the best time of my life.
“But it may have looked cosy on TV but they were freezing and will need a bit of work.”
The houses – which include a row of terraces, a bungalow and semi-detached and detached properties – were snapped up by show creator Phil Redmond for £25,000 each in 1982.
But SHM Smith Hodgkinson are hopeful the structurally sound houses, sitting on a one and a half acre site in the desirable Deysbrook Lane area of West Derby, will fetch at least £2m.
Surveyor Mark Gill said: “The history behind them should add even more interest and the development will go on sale within the next few weeks.
“They are all structurally sound, but they will need considerable work inside as they have just sat empty pretty much since the show finished.
“We will be inviting offers for the whole set, but it is likely whoever buys them will then individually sell or let the houses.”
Will anyone buy the infamous patio?
THE unluckiest house in Brookside Close was Number 10.
The three Jordaches – Mandy (Sandra Maitland), Beth (Anna Friel) and Rachel (Tiffany Chapman) – arrived on the run from abusive husband Trevor.
Trevor (Bryan Murray) found them and moved into the house and the abuse resumed.
Mandy and Beth eventually killed him and buried him under the patio.
The storyline gave Brookside 9m viewers at one stage and had fans gripped for months.