The city of Kingston-upon-Hull is situated on the north bank of the Humber estuary and is the largest conurbation within the county of the East Riding of Yorkshire with a resident population of approximately 256,000 (Census 2011). The city, along with the surrounding towns and villages including Beverley, Hessle, Willerby and Hedon, provide a Larger Urban Zone (LUZ) with a population of c.570,000.
The city lies approximately 37 miles to the south east of York, 45 miles to the north east of Doncaster and 32 miles north west of Grimsby. Vehicular access into Hull is primarily provided via the M62 (via the A63) which in turn adjoins the national motorway network. Local highways, such as the A165, A1079 and A1033 provide arterial routes into the surrounding areas.
The property is situated approximately 1.5 miles north west of Hull city centre in a densely populated residential area, close to Chanterlands Avenue.