An excellent opportunity to buy into this Grade II Listed building! Benefiting from courtyard car parking, Studio apartment comprising briefly of naturally light and airy living space incorporating a modern kitchen area, lounge/bedroom hallway and well equipped bathroom. Enjoying views of the River Hull this property boasts original features with a modern twist.
The management company are currently in the process of carrying out improvements to the building comprising of external decoration, fire alarm works and roof repairs
Located in Pease Court, In the historic High Street. The building is Grade II Listed. Ideally located a short walk from the museum quarter and its cobbled streets and pedestrian access to the city centre Leasehold property
999 years from 2013 (tbc) Service Charge and Ground Rent is in the region of £50 per month (tbc)
The above information is a guide only and should be checked with a legal representative.
3' 8'' x 3' 4'' (1.14m x 1.02m) On entrance a sense of the rich history of the building is apparent and continues throughout the apartment. With solid timber doors leading to all rooms, a convenient cupboard housing the hot water tank and space for storage. Vinyl floor covering.
Open Plan Lounge, Kitchen and Bedroom
14' 11'' x 10' 11'' (4.57m x 3.35m) Offering chic contemporary living, enjoying views across the River Hull from recessed picture windows. A naturally light and airy, ambient space perfect for expressing creativity! Character beams to the ceiling and natural wood effect laminate to the floor. The bistro style kitchen is fitted with white gloss modern units and glossy black laminate work surfaces complimented by metro tile style ceramic splashbacks. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer with individual taps. Spacial provision for a washing machine or washer dryer and under counter fridge. Freestanding cooker/hob with overhead extractor.
8' 0'' x 6' 3'' (2.46m x 1.93m) Well presented white three piece suite comprising of low level flush WC, sink and pedestal with chrome retro taps. Panelled bath with chrome mixer taps and shower hose attachment, glass pivot bath screen. Tiled in fresh white ceramics to wet areas with feature mosaic monochrome border and complementing grey tile vinyl flooring. Shaver socket.
This historical former warehouse was converted into individual flats in the mid 1980's. The building is set within a courtyard accessed via the High Street and overlooks well tendered aesthetic communal gardens with lawn areas, cobbles and paving, trees and shrubbery. Benefiting from a communal terrace space with views towards the River Hull, and courtyard parking (unallocated)
Upon approach, the property is accessed via double doors into the communal area with York stone flooring, exposed brick walls, exposed feature beams and solid timber doors and staircase. The apartment is situated on the first floor.
Close to the museum quarter, this building is bursting with character and history. A short walk to the vibrant City scene with bars, cafes and eateries in abundance!
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