Sold with a tenant in situ, this impressive-terraced home has been upgraded as a part of the Hull regeneration scheme. This Local Authority initiative has benefited the area greatly, transforming a tired neighbourhood into a thriving residential area that is starting to fulfil its potential.
This property has big rooms. The through lounge has a tall imposing bay, and a chimney breast in both the lounge and dining areas. This spacious room leads into a kitchen with more than enough accommodation for appliances and fixtures and an external door. A spacious entrance hall extends to 2 double bedrooms and a full family bathroom on the first floor.
Outside, to the front, the forecourt has a low wall to the front topped with wrought-iron fencing and at the back of the house is a private west-facing courtyard.
The house also benefits from gas central heating, uPVC double glazing and the main roof has been retiled.
Positioned off Anlaby Road, the house is within walking distance of the MKM stadium, the Hull Royal Infirmary and is close to lots of local amenities. Easy public transport links are available to the City Centre and the surrounding villages.
An external door opens to the entrance hall and staircase.
Through lounge (8.22 x m - 26′12″ x 0′0″ ft)
Off the hallway, the through lounge has a living room area to the front with a deep angled bay and a chimney breast. Nearer to the kitchen is a space providing fine space for dining furniture, a further chimney breast and a window at the end of the room looking outside to the back of the house.
The kitchen has a wide selection of wood-grain base units and mounted cupboards with black granite-effect worktops and smart black brick-effect splash back tiling. A single stainless steel sink and drainer is positioned in front of a window in the side wall and there is good accommodation for other appliances including a Range with a fixed extractor hood over. An external door opens from the kitchen to the courtyard.
Staircase & landing
A staircase extends from the hallway to a split-level landing and a square loft hatch
To the front is a big bright double bedroom.
Bedroom 2 is a further double room.
At the end of the landing at the back of the house, the bathroom is a super bright space with a big uPVC escape window in the back wall. The walls around the bath and behind the pedestal basin are tiled and a WC completes the suite.
To the front is a shallow forecourt with a low wall to the front topped with wrought-iron fencing.
The rear courtyard is a private space with wooden fencing to the boundaries.
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