49 - 50 Margaret Street, HU3 1ST

49 - 50 Margaret Street

Hull, HU3 1ST


Price   £300,000


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49 - 50 Margaret Street

Hull

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  • Description

    The property was originally built as two grand houses in the late 19th Century but was made into one property when it was bought by the NHS as part of the hospital on Beverley Road – since demolished. The property was then registered as one property 50 Margaret Street.

    The property consists of a terrace of originally four houses which were refurbished in 2011. Three of the units have gas central heating and the fourth has electricic heating. The individual properties are in a traditional house format with downstairs living accommodation including large living room, kitchen and toilet. They all have staircases leading to 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. One of the houses has the benefit of a large double glazed conservatory. The houses are of traditional brick construction under slate covered roofs.

    At the rear of the property is a maintained communal garden which all properties open onto. A separate one bedded bungalow is in this garden with access from the front of the property. Accommodation comprises kitchenette, toilet/shower room, living room with wood burning stove and a small bedroom. The roofing is pan tiled and there is a semi covered rustic conservatory at the side.

  • Overview

    Comprising a mini terrace of four substantial brick built houses and a detached ‘bungalow’ in the garden at the rear

    The flats benefit from gas and electric central heating, uPVC double glazing and share a common garden area

    Located on Margaret Street off Beverley Road, a main arterial route to the North of the city - approx. one mile from Hull City Centre

    Guide Price £300,000

  • Location

    Hull is a city and established port situated on the north bank of the Humber estuary. It is the regional capital of the East Riding of Yorkshire. The city is situated approximately 60 miles east of Leeds via the M62 and has a population of approximately 260,000. In recent years there has been increasing focus on the Humber estuary as a centre for the offshore renewables industry and Hull was the 2017 UK City of Culture.

    The subject property is located on Margaret Street off Beverley Road (A1079), a main arterial route to the North of the city. Margaret Street is approximately one mile from Hull City Centre. In an area of predominantly low-cost high-density housing with an ASDA supermarket, pharmacy and bus routes available close by.

  • Accommodation
          EPC Rating
    49a Margaret Street 88.63 sq m (954 sq ft) E (52)
    49b Margaret Street 114.64 sq m (1,234 sq ft) Requires Assessment
    50a Margaret Street 92.25 sq m (993 sq ft) Requires Assessment
    50b Margaret Street 107.4 sq m (1,156 sq ft) E (49
    50c Margaret Street 36.88 sq m (397 sq ft) F (36)
    Total 439.8 sq m (4,734 sq ft)  
  • Disposal Terms

    The property is currently providing £25,000 p.a. with all flats Let on standard Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST). Freehold price of £300,000 subject to existing tenancies.

  • Other Info

    COUNCIL TAX

    Each of the flats is within Council Tax Band A.

Overview
Description
Accommodation
Terms
Other Info

Comprising a mini terrace of four substantial brick built houses and a detached ‘bungalow’ in the garden at the rear

The flats benefit from gas and electric central heating, uPVC double glazing and share a common garden area

Located on Margaret Street off Beverley Road, a main arterial route to the North of the city - approx. one mile from Hull City Centre

Guide Price £300,000

The property was originally built as two grand houses in the late 19th Century but was made into one property when it was bought by the NHS as part of the hospital on Beverley Road – since demolished. The property was then registered as one property 50 Margaret Street.

The property consists of a terrace of originally four houses which were refurbished in 2011. Three of the units have gas central heating and the fourth has electricic heating. The individual properties are in a traditional house format with downstairs living accommodation including large living room, kitchen and toilet. They all have staircases leading to 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. One of the houses has the benefit of a large double glazed conservatory. The houses are of traditional brick construction under slate covered roofs.

At the rear of the property is a maintained communal garden which all properties open onto. A separate one bedded bungalow is in this garden with access from the front of the property. Accommodation comprises kitchenette, toilet/shower room, living room with wood burning stove and a small bedroom. The roofing is pan tiled and there is a semi covered rustic conservatory at the side.

      EPC Rating
49a Margaret Street 88.63 sq m (954 sq ft) E (52)
49b Margaret Street 114.64 sq m (1,234 sq ft) Requires Assessment
50a Margaret Street 92.25 sq m (993 sq ft) Requires Assessment
50b Margaret Street 107.4 sq m (1,156 sq ft) E (49
50c Margaret Street 36.88 sq m (397 sq ft) F (36)
Total 439.8 sq m (4,734 sq ft)  

The property is currently providing £25,000 p.a. with all flats Let on standard Assured Shorthold Tenancies (AST). Freehold price of £300,000 subject to existing tenancies.

COUNCIL TAX

Each of the flats is within Council Tax Band A.

49 - 50 Margaret Street

Hull , HU3 1ST


Hull is a city and established port situated on the north bank of the Humber estuary. It is the regional capital of the East Riding of Yorkshire. The city is situated approximately 60 miles east of Leeds via the M62 and has a population of approximately 260,000. In recent years there has been increasing focus on the Humber estuary as a centre for the offshore renewables industry and Hull was the 2017 UK City of Culture.

The subject property is located on Margaret Street off Beverley Road (A1079), a main arterial route to the North of the city. Margaret Street is approximately one mile from Hull City Centre. In an area of predominantly low-cost high-density housing with an ASDA supermarket, pharmacy and bus routes available close by.

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