This fine development started life as a church and was converted in 2017 by a well regarded local builder into superb apartments served by 2 communal entrances. Apartment 13 is to the front of the building and provides high class ground floor living accommodation in a very popular location. Perfectly apportioned rooms include a big rectangular lounge with a well designed kitchen, a double bedroom and a stylish bathroom. Oak doors leads off a hallway to each of the rooms within; contempary decor, excellent qualiity fixtures and an attention to detail in the design add up to a super, modern living space. Outside offers off-road parking, a purpose-built brick bike store and a brick waste store.
2-4 Southcoates Avenue, Hull is approximately 3.6 miles to the east of the Hull City centre opposite the East Park and close to shop and facilities. This area of Holderness Road is within a conservation area.
Communal entrance lobby
An external door opens to a communal space on the ground floor. A further door within the lobby leads into the lounge.
16' 1'' x 13' 4'' (4.93m x 4.08m) The lounge is a big rectangular space with 5 windows to the west side filling the room with natural light. This area provides plenty of accommodation for soft furnishings.
11' 8'' x 5' 3'' (3.57m x 1.61m) Off the lounge, the galley kitchen is dual aspect and offers a good selction of high gloss light grey base units and cupboards, an integrated halogen hob with an electric oven and an extractor hood over. The granite effect worktops have grey brick-effect splashback tiling behind and a stainless steel sink and drainer completes the fixtures. This is a smart space with shiny chrome switches adding the final touch.
Links the lounge, bedroom and bathroom.
13' 1'' x 11' 0'' (4.01m x 3.36m) A double bedroom, dual aspect with 5 windows.
7' 10'' x 5' 6'' (2.39m x 1.7m) A pleasant space with a shower bath, a shaped glass screen to the side and a chrome thermostatic shower over. At the end of the bath the vanity basin is built into a small storage unit and a matching WC completes the suite. The walls around the bath and behind the basin are tiled, complimenting the charcoal grey floor tiles and an extractor fan deals with any excessive moisture in the air. A tall window behind the WC is fitted with frosted glass.
Lawson Court, 190 High Street, Hull, East Yorkshire HU1
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