NO CHAIN.Rarely available close to Hessle town centre. A superb, detached, true bungalow: located in a quiet, residential area, with 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms , 2 reception rooms and generous gardens, as well as, a separate garage.
The current owner has maintained the spacious,true bungalow to a high standard. The front door leads to a very wide entrance hallway with double doors leading to the large lounge; there is an open plan fitted kitchen to the rear, with a good size dining area with french doors opening on to the patio and garden; the kitchen also opens into the utility room, also with a door leading to the rear garden. There are 3 double size bedrooms; the main bedroom, one, features an ensuite shower room and double french doors to the attractive, well-maintained rear garden. There is a also a family bathroom with an over bath shower. The separate rear garage is approached from a long driveway with parking space for 2/3 vehicles.
UPVC door with window to the side - Fitted carpet - Radiator - Dado rail
14' 6'' x 13' 11'' (4.43m x 4.26m) Fitted carpet - Radiator - Dado rail - Double doors to the Entrance hall - Feature fire surround with gas fire - bay window to the front
15' 9'' x 9' 6'' (4.81m x 2.92m) Laminate flooring - Range of base and eye level units - Tiled splashbacks - Built in hob - Built in double oven - Built in fridge - Built in 1.5 drainer sink with chrome mixer tap - Arch to utility room - French door to the rear garden
8' 3'' x 4' 11'' (2.52m x 1.51m) Laminate flooring - Gas central heating boiler - Worktop with drawers and cupboards under - Space and plumbing for washing machine - Door to the garden
11' 10'' x 8' 11'' (3.61m x 2.74m) Fitted carpet - Radiator - Built in wardrobe - French doors to the garden
6' 2'' x 5' 3'' (1.88m x 1.61m) Linoleum flooring - Low flush WC - Fully tiled - Sink in vanity unit - Shower cubicle
12' 8'' x 8' 9'' (3.88m x 2.67m) Fitted carpet - Radiator - Aspect to the front
10' 1'' x 8' 11'' (3.09m x 2.74m) Fitted carpet - Radiator - Aspect to the rear
8' 2'' x 7' 4'' (2.51m x 2.26m) Linoleum flooring - Fully tiled - Low flush WC - Bath - over bath shower - Sink set in unit with cupboards under
Tenure : freehold
Gas central heating with yearly service contract
Upvc double glazing
Local Authority East Riding Of Yorkshire
Council Tax Band D
Annual Price: £1,554.76
16' 4'' x 8' 2'' (5m x 2.5m) Power - Up and over door
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Hessle is a sought after residential town, 5 miles west of Hull and is part of the East Riding of Yorkshire. The attractive bungalow, built circa mid 1980"s, is located off the tree-lined Ferriby Road area, within a short walk to the Humber Bridge viewing area, the railway station, as well as the town centre. Approximate walking times to amenities are:12 minutes to the railway station, a 16 minute walk to the Humber Bridge Country Park or the foreshore and a 9 minute walk into the picturesque town centre with its variety of restaurants , bars , boutiques, hairdressers and beauty therapists, as well as several renowned, independent retail outlets. Buses into the town centre and beyond can be caught on nearby Ferriby Road .
Hessle is a, popular, picturesque town, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, five miles (8 km) west of Kingston upon Hull city centre. It is on the north bank of the Humber Estuary where the Humber Bridge crosses.
Transport to and from Hessle is convenient, with good access to main roads such as the A15, A63 and M62 (via the A63). It also has a railway station with hourly services to and from Hull and to destinations such as Doncaster and York. Regular bus services provided by East Yorkshire Buses link the town with the surrounding villages of Willerby, Anlaby, Kirk Ella, West Ella, North Ferriby and Swanland.
The centre of Hessle is the Square where there are many individual shops. Hessle All Saints' Church is located just off the Square and was designated a Grade I listed building in 1967. Hessle Town Hall was built in 1897 and is situated at the top of South Lane. Hessle Police Station is next door to the town hall at the top of South Lane and the corner of Ferriby Road.
There are many amenities in Hessle including supermarkets, chemists, hairdressers, cafes, bars, restaurants and individual retail outlets such as Mimis ( a lady"s fashion boutique). The commercial centre, at the other side of the A63 can be reached via a footbridge close to the property. There is also a football club, a cricket team and rugby team at the Hessle rugby club near the foreshore.
The town has a secondary school, Hessle High School & Sixth Form College, on Heads Lane. Hessle Sixth Form College is part of a consortium with secondary schools Wolfreton School (in Willerby) and Cottingham High School (in Cottingham), offering sixth form pupils a chance to attend classes at any of the three schools within the consortium. Since January 2017, Penshurst Primary School and Hessle High School & Sixth Form College have been a through-school.
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