Glencoe Street forms a part of Hull’s regeneration area; the house is bold and beautiful from the kerbside.
Inside, the room sizes are super-impressive. Each of the receptions is well proportioned and the kitchen is a fine space looking out to the rear garden. £10,000 has been spent recently to carry out improvements including a chemical DPC, guttering and rain guards, a bathroom makeover, a new Positive Air Flow system, insulation, new external door to the back and other jobs. The house has been rented for a long period so is in need of a cosmetic makeover.
Benefiting from gas central heating, uPVC double glazing and a re-tiled roof, this fine home awaits a buyer who can transform a substantial house into the impressive home that it deserves to be.
Positioned off Anlaby Road, approximately 2.5 miles to the west of the city centre and offering easy road access. The villages to the west are within close touch with good public transport links.
Through an external half-glazed uPVC door is an entrance hall with a traditional staircase.
Lounge (4.88 x 3.84 m - 16′0″ x 12′7″ ft)
To the front, a big square bay lights up the lounge and the focal point is an electric fire positioned on a marbled hearth in the fireplace.
Dining room (3.98 x 3.29 m - 13′1″ x 10′10″ ft)
An almost square room with a window looking towards the rear garden and a closed, vented chimney breast.
Morning room (3.64 x 3.42 m - 11′11″ x 11′3″ ft)
The morning room has window to the side and links the end of the hallway with the kitchen.
Kitchen (4.93 x 3.44 m - 16′2″ x 11′3″ ft)
At the back of house, the kitchen is an impressive space fitted with mounted cupboards and base units to 3 sides in addition to an integrated oven and hob. With further development this has the scope to be a stunning room.
Staircase & landing
A staircase extends from the hallway to a split level landing.
Bedroom 1 (5.74 x 4.08 m - 18′10″ x 13′5″ ft)
Double bedroom, three windows to front and a closed chimney breast.
Bedroom 2 (4.03 x 3.47 m - 13′3″ x 11′5″ ft)
A double bedroom with a closed chimney breast and vent.
Bedroom 3 (3.44 x 3.04 m - 11′3″ x 9′12″ ft)
A further double bedroom with a window in the back wall.
Bedroom 4 (2.67 x 2.42 m - 8′9″ x 7′11″ ft)
A single bedroom to the middle of the house.
Bathroom (1.83 x 1.74 m - 6′0″ x 5′9″ ft)
Recently upgraded with a brand new bath, a shower over from the mixer tap and a screen to the edge. Beside the bath is a pedestal basin and a window with obscure glass is to the side wall.
A small room adjacent to bathroom has a small window.
The forecourt has a low wall to front edge topped with wrought-iron fencing.
Good outside space - a long garden has walls at the boundaries and decking outside of the back door.
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