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The property, which is within the conservation area, is currently configured as two apartments with consent to convert it to a “stylish” four-bedroom house with a terraced roof garden and one-bedroom maisonette.
It was built in the 1770s as an “elegant” and spacious three-storey Georgian townhouse, forming part of a “gently curving terrace” of only eight properties. James Moir, who owns the property, said the planning consent gives potential buyers the option if they want to use it at a house as opposed to apartments. The estate agent agrees that it has potential, claiming it is a development/investment opportunity. “It’s got quite a lot of flexibility,” Mr Moir said, “Because it’s a historic building, it has a lot of space within those two units.”
The property was recently redecorated throughout and comprises a ground floor with a reception room and a large storage area, a first-floor apartment with a lounge, a dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom and a utility room. The second-floor apartment also features a lounge, one bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen. The property has a communal garden too and two allocated parking spaces, meaning the new owners would never have to pay for city centre parking again! Mr Moir said although it’s right in the heart of the city centre, it’s pleasantly quiet but also handy for accessing shopping and leisure facilities nearby. “I think it’s in a very good position,” he said. “I think it’s a unique place to live in Hull.”