Available Date 14 Feb 2020
This home is offering huge amounts of potential and is nicely positioned in a popular residential parade in HU5. Offering a spacious living space, the house would benefit from a bit of tidying up but does have the benefit of of gas central heating fired by a Worcester boiler. Partly offering uPVC double glazing and a re-tiled main roof.
The kitchen offers plenty of storage and an integrated oven & hob and the bathroom is fitted with a full suite and a shower over the bath. The jewel in the crown are the 13 solar panels (285kw) which will be paid for from the proceeds of the sale and gifted to the buyer.
To been seen to its full potential a cosmetic upgrade is required and accordingly the house is priced to allow the buyer an opportunity to build in some equity.
Approximately 2.2 miles from the main Hull Paragon rail interchange offering rail and bus services from Beverley Road to all areas of the city and beyond. Good shopping, cafes & restaurants are close by in the neighbouring Newland & Princes Avenues and the University of Hull is within a stroll.
50% of the total value of the electricity generated will be credited to the buyer on an ongoing basis.
An external half-glazed uPVC door opens to an entrance hall with a staircase and into a lounge
Through lounge (3.29 x 3.23 m - 10′10″ x 10′7″ ft)
This long room has an angled bay to the front, coving and a ceiling rose in the living area. At the far end of the room there is good space for a dining suite and beneath the staircase is the usual utility cupboard. A window in the back wall looks out to the rear courtyard.
Kitchen (3.29 x 3.23 m - 10′10″ x 10′7″ ft)
The kitchen is fitted with a selection of modern wood-grain mounted cupboards and base units topped with granite-effect work surfaces. To the side of the room a square bay lights up the space and provides accommodation for more units and the sink & drainer. The oven & hob are integrated with an extractor hood over and there is plenty of room for other appliances including a tall fridge freezer.
Through the kitchen is a lobby with a wall mounted Worcester boiler and an external half-glazed uPVC door opening to the outside space at the rear.
Bathroom (2.29 x 1.76 m - 7′6″ x 5′9″ ft)
At the back of the house is a nicely fitted bathroom. The bath has a shower over with a matching pedestal basin and a WC completing the suite. The walls around the bath are tiled and the remaining walls have bright decor.
Staircase & landing
A staircase extends from the entrance hall to the first floor, with a window at the top of the staircase giving good natural light to the landing area and a loft hatch giving access to the roof void.
Bedroom 1 (4.18 x 3.21 m - 13′9″ x 10′6″ ft)
The master bedroom is a double room with a uPVC double-glazed window to the front and a cluster light fitting.
Bedroom 2 (3.46 x 2.62 m - 11′4″ x 8′7″ ft)
The second bedroom is also a double with a closed chimney breast and a window at the back.
A shallow forecourt sets the house back from a communal pathway.
At the back is an L shaped courtyard with gated access from a shared passageway.