A truly rare opportunity is presented to purchase an exceptional 'Avenues' home, thoroughly updated with care and precision to create the perfect blend of old school charm and modern refinement. Excellent room sizes are the template, with three traditional receptions combining with an open plan space at the back of the property which forms a stunning kitchen with French doors at the rear. A fully tilled utility room provides plumbing for appliances and a second WC / basin. To the first floor are four bedrooms and a smart bathroom with a full suite. All work has been completed to the highest standard with excellent quality fixtures and fittings and is a credit to the current owners. The gas central heating boiler was installed in 2010 and a rewire was conducted in 2009.
The superb gardens at the rear provide a special outlook - the ability to park several cars within the boundaries of the plot is a rare commodity in this neighbourhood. Those in the market for a truly special property offering space, originality and refinement need look no further.
Great location in the heart of the sought after 'Avenues' conservation area. Importantly, in the catchment area for well regarded local schooling and close to all of the of amenities offered on Chanterlands Avenue and Princes Avenue. The picturesque Pearson Park and the University of Hull are within walking distance.
Through an open porch and an original part-glazed front door, the hallway is a welcoming space with glazed panels to the side of the door, coving and an original staircase.
16' 2'' x 13' 9'' (4.95m x 4.22m) The lounge has an open, period fireplace with tiling, a black hearth and an antique pine surround. Raised windows to the side wall form a 'V' shape and supplement the natural light from the south-facing angled bay to the front. The features continue with coving and picture rails.
14' 8'' x 13' 9'' (4.48m x 4.22m) The dining room has a wonderful open stone fireplace as a focal point and an angled bay in the back wall looks out to the side garden. A hatch links the dining room and the kitchen.
14' 2'' x 13' 5'' (4.33m x 4.1m) A square bay to the side fills the room with natural light and opposite, a chimney breast has an ornamental fire surround and storage in the chimney breast recess.
8' 5'' x 5' 1'' (2.58m x 1.57m) Off the hallway is a very useful utility area created to provide a home for the tumble dryer and a 2nd WC and basin. This is a compact, fully tiled space with cluster lighting.
18' 4'' x 11' 8'' (5.6m x 3.58m) The kitchen is the heartbeat of the house. A superb room with dazzling white base units and mounted cupboards. Integrated appliances include a stainless steel oven & hob, a fridge, a freezer, a washing machine and a dishwasher all beneath the work surfaces. The centrepiece is a matching island providing more storage and work surface area and a place to sit and enjoy the surroundings. At the end of the kitchen is an area for a dining suite in front of wooden French doors that open to a wonderful garden at the rear.
A period staircase extends from the entrance hall to a split level landing with easy loft access from two points. Original doors open to each of the rooms off and borrowed light filters onto the landing from a glazed loft hatch cover.
16' 3'' x 13' 9'' (4.96m x 4.22m) The first bedroom is a lovely bright space with a further period fireplace, an original integrated cupboard in the recess, sash bay windows, coving and picture rails.
13' 9'' x 12' 5'' (4.22m x 3.8m) This double room has sash windows to the back wall, coving and a period fireplace with a tiled hearth and cast insert.
11' 10'' x 9' 8'' (3.61m x 2.97m) A super bright double room to the back of the house with angled sash windows and a west-facing window in the side wall. A fixed cupboard houses the gas boiler.
9' 8'' x 6' 4'' (2.96m x 1.94m) A further bedroom to the front of the house with sash windows.
7' 1'' x 6' 3'' (2.17m x 1.92m) In the middle of the landing, the bathroom is smart, with white tiled walls around the fixtures and a contrasting column of tiles above the mixer taps giving a sense of luxury. The suite has a white bath with a thermostatic shower over, a drench head and a further handheld attachment. The pedestal basin and WC are in a similar Victorian style. A chrome cluster lights the room in conjunction with a window to the side wall with obscure glass. Heating comes via a heated towel rail / radiator.
To the front and side of the building an extensive gravelled area offers vehicle access from a dropped kerb and with privet hedging to the perimeters. This area sets the house nicely back from the kerbside and provides off-road parking for several vehicles.
Wow! Timber fencing and a gate to the side of the house divides the front area from an amazing garden at the rear. A paved patio is positioned beside the house and beyond the magnificent lawn is a planted area in the back section of the garden with a brick shed. The photographs cannot do justice to the scale of the lawns and the author of the brochure does not possess the necessary vocabulary to do the same. The best way to appreciate what lies behind and to the side of the house is to come and see.
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