Dawson House, Beverley Road, Hull, formerly in use as the Endsleigh Convent, was converted to apartments and is now on the market (Image: hallerevans.com)

A “substantial” Victorian property that was formerly in use as Hull’s Endsleigh Convent, with an adjoining chapel, has gone on the market.

The Beverley Road building, which was converted to apartments in the early 2000s, is on the market with Haller Evans and described as a residential investment. Offers of more than £1 million are being considered.

The marketing details say Dawson House dates back to about 1850. Set in mature grounds, the property is now made up of 14 apartments – 12 of them one-bed; one is a two-bedroom residence and one has three bedrooms.

They range in size from 474sq ft to 1,044sq ft of living space and are arranged over three floors. There is also a basement area.

The agent said: “Attractive gardens, including spacious grounds to the adjoining Endsleigh Park apartments - the former home of the Sisters of Mercy - surround the property and a private parking area is situated near the main entrance.”

The property retains many original features, including high ceilings, decorative wooden panelling and stained glass windows, an “imposing” reception hallway and a period staircase.

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*Taken from Hull Live 03.07.23