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Edwardian Semi-Detached House
Beautifully Maintained & Presented
Three Reception Rooms
Attractive Fully Enclosed South-Facing Garden
Smart Private Driveway
Outstanding Hessle Location
VIDEO TOUR Offered with no chain, this stunning Edwardian house is tucked away in arguably Hessle's most beautiful cul-de-sac, which is located just off Barrow Lane on the west side of Hessle, so it is not only within easy reach of the A63/M62 corridor, but also The Weir with its fabulous array of boutique shops, cafés and restaurants. The house is set out over two floors, although there is a vast loft ripe for conversion. The ground floor comprises an entrance porch, hallway, lounge, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, utility porch, and WC. The first floor comprises a landing, three double bedrooms, one small single bedroom/study, and a bathroom. The house is fitted with gas central heating and PVCu double glazing. To the front of the property is a garden and smart private driveway, whilst to the rear is an attractive, well-established and fully enclosed south-facing garden variously laid to paving, lawn and planted beds. This is a great opportunity to buy a large, beautifully maintained family home with enormous potential in an outstanding Hessle location, so check out the video tour and then contact Hudsons to book your viewing!
The tenure of this property is Freehold. We believe the house to be of solid wall construction, to be connected to mains gas, electricity, water, and drainage, and to be connected to KCOM for the purposes of telephone and Internet broadband (KC Lightstream).
All carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale.
Air pollution is the release of particles and noxious gases into the atmosphere that are considered harmful to human health and the environment. According to addresspollution.org, the air pollution where this property is located is MEDIUM (level 2 out of 5).
The air pollution levels are categorised as follows: Low (1), Medium (2), Significant (3), High (4), and Very High (5). The rating system was developed with and approved by experts at the Environmental Research Group at Imperial College London. It was designed as an accurate, easy to understand system similar to the ‘Energy Efficiency Rating’ given to every property in the UK. addresspollution.org uses data from Imperial College London to give every address in the United Kingdom accurate, annualised readings. The purpose of the campaign is to make it mandatory for estate agents and property websites to disclose air quality ratings to buyers and renters at the earliest opportunity, on the basis that everyone has the right to know about the quality if the air that they are breathing. This is a Central Office of Public Interest (COPI) initiative. COPI is a registered Community Interest Company (CIC) that runs campaigns for people and the planet, not profits.
Notice Dated 16th April 2021: Please note that there is no guarantee that your purchase will complete in time for you to benefit from the Government's current Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) relief schemes, so if you decide to proceed with a property purchase at this stage you should budget for normal Stamp Duty rates regardless of the schemes in place.
Many property purchases are subject to Stamp Duty Land Tax, and there have been significant changes in recent years to the rules governing stamp duty and the amounts levied. HM Revenue & Customs have an online calculator to assist you in working out what stamp duty you may have to pay in relation to your purchase (https://www.gov.uk/stamp-duty-land-tax) but please always check with your solicitor.
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