Victoria Avenue, Hull

  • Ref: ESL1001466
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Beautiful Five Bedroom Family Home
  • Chain Free
  • Superb Kitchen/Diner
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Two Bathrooms and Utility
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Outhouse / Workshop
  • Private Garage
  • Period Features Throughout

Property Summary

This immaculately presented and deceptively spacious five-bedroom Victorian House is offered for sale with vacant possession and no chain. This superb family home boasts a number of original features, private front and rear gardens, a detached double garage with electric gates, two reception rooms, large open plan kitchen-diner, two full size bathrooms, alongside a utility room and five bedrooms.

The property has been fully renovated to a high standard, featuring a brand new kitchen and two bathrooms. All electrical and gas appliances including a gas-fired central heating system have all been newly certified. The property is located in the attractive tree-lined “Avenues” area. Amenities close by include good schools, the open green spaces of Pearson Park, a choice of convenience stores, a post office, petrol station and a number of eateries and takeaways.



The impressive reception hall is accessed via a covered front door and benefits from high set ceilings, an original Victorian ornate plaster corbel, bright, neutral décor and a solid-wood floor alongside a wall-mounted radiator.

Internal doors to the right open onto the lounge and dining room, stairs ahead rise to the landing leading to the house bathroom and five bedrooms, while another door at the end of the hallway opens onto the impressive kitchen/diner.

A space beneath the stairs incorporates an open shelf above a rail for hanging outdoor coats. Adjacent is a handy storage cupboard ideal for household appliances, boots and shoes.

17’ 1” (5.21m) x 14’ 0” (4.27m)

Boasting large bay windows allowing for an abundance of natural light overlooking the front of the property; the living room is equipped with a traditional period-style feature fireplace, complete with a ceramic-tiled hearth and framed by a decorative mantle in white.

There is a satellite TV connection point to the side of the fireplace, while the room also offers plenty of power sockets and an inverted dome ceiling light array. Heating is provided by wall mounted radiators

15’ 10” (4.83m) x 12’ 10” (3.90m)

The dining room also boasts a solid-wood floor and a period-style feature fireplace, including decorative, heat-resistant ceramic tiles either side of the bronze-effect grate. The hearth is also tiled in white to match the decorative mantle.

Ample natural light is allowed by casement windows set within a recessed alcove, framed by a decorative arch. A wall-mounted radiator sits beneath while light after dark is provided by a ceiling array to match the one in the lounge.

Although designated as a dining area on the floor plan, the room also offers potential as an office or perhaps as a play room if required. It is equipped with a generous number of wall-mounted cupboards and floor-level power sockets.

24’ 7” (7.50m) x 12’ 0” (3.66m)

Boasting an eye-catching, brick-built inglenook fireplace complete with an authentic wood burner, the kitchen diner is perfect for family gatherings, with room enough for a large dining table and chairs.

The room is also equipped with a solid-wood floor, with twin awning windows overlooking the rear garden. Plenty of additional light is also available from recessed overhead LED spotlights.

There is a dedicated, alcove large enough to accommodate an American-style fridge/freezer while the cooking and preparation area beyond boasts plenty of storage in shaker-style base and wall units in dove-gray laid out in a U shape.

Solid wood worktops in between have been chosen to complement the floor. The design also incorporates a five-ring gas hob beneath an extractor. Below the hob is an electric oven and grill while adjacent to the cooker is a composite, one-and-a-half bowl sink and drainer in white set below a chrome mixer tap and a built-in dishwasher.

An external door from the kitchen allows direct access to the rear garden with an internal door leads through to the ground-floor shower room and utility room.

11’ 11” (3.64m) 5’ 5” (1.64m)

Benefiting from a water-resistant, marble-effect, tiled floor; the ground-floor bathroom includes a dual-flush WC, pedestal hand basin with chrome mixer tap and a corner-quadrant shower cubicle.

The walls are also fully tiled with multi-coloured kit-kat highlights while the room also includes a wall-mounted, heated towel rail.

A door from the shower room opens onto the utility space, complete with a solid-wood floor, power sockets, open shelving and plumbing for a washing machine and other appliances. An awning window overlooks the gardens to the rear.

17’ 5” (5.30m) x 13’ 9” (4.20m)

The largest of the five bedrooms, Bedroom 1 overlooks the front of the property through a large, three-quarter-length bay window and boasts carpets, an integral wardrobe and a wall-mounted radiator for warmth.

Although the fireplace is currently decommissioned, the chimney breast retains the decorative white mantle with ample space adjacent or below for a double bed. Alcoves either side are ideal for larger pieces of furniture while the rooms also include an ultra high-speed fiber based internet / WIFI connection and plenty of power sockets.

14’ 8” (4.47m) x 13’ 9” (4.20m)

Bedroom 2 is another substantial double bedroom, also incorporating an integral wardrobe.

A double-glazed awning window overlooks the rear garden, with a wall-mounted radiator beneath. The room also includes carpets and another decommissioned fireplace framed by a decorative white mantle.

14’ 3” (4.34m) x 11’ 10” (3.60m)

Enjoying delightful views through a large bay window over the gardens to the rear, Bedroom 3 is comfortably large enough to accommodate a double bed and wardrobe units but also has potential as an office if required.

A white mantle also frames another decommissioned fireplace while the room boasts carpets, power sockets and a wall-mounted radiator for warmth.

8’ 10” (2.70m) x 8’ 4” (2.53m)
Enjoying neutral décor and equipped with an engineered wooden floor, Bedroom 4 benefits from natural light through an awning window, with a wall-mounted radiator beneath.

10’ 8” (3.26m) x 6’ 11” (2.10m)

The smallest bedroom with potential as a nursery room, kid’s bedroom or dressing room is equipped with an engineered wooden floor and overlooks the front of the property through a double-glazed sash window. The room also includes a wall-mounted radiator, several power sockets and neutral décor.

10’ 0” (3.04m) x 6’ 11” (2.10m)

Boasting marble-effect tiling throughout, the striking bathroom includes a dual-flush WC, pedestal hand basin and white bath with a shower attachment fitted above. Included is a power point for electric bathroom appliances, spotlight lighting and ample natural light allowed by frosted awning windows.


Well-screened from the road by established shrubs and trees, the property includes a modest but well-stocked courtyard garden to the front with a path to the left-hand side leading from the pavement to the covered porch and front door.

Access to the rear of the property is via a passageway through a latched timber door on the right-hand side of the house. Here, an equally well-maintained and private garden is laid mostly to lawn, surrounded on all three sides by established green borders and shaded by mature trees. Through a wrought-iron archway is a path which leads across the lawn to the double garage, reached via an access road at the rear of the house.


Approximately a mile north-west from the city centre, Victoria Avenue is part of the desirable “Avenues” area of tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes enjoying a desirable location within a short walk of Pearson Park, Princess Avenue and Newlands Avenue.

Amenities include easy reach of restaurants and convenience stores on Princess Avenue and Newlands Avenue, including a Greek restaurant, a French bistro, an African food store, a hairdresser’s salon, a post office, an off-licence, a fish-and-chips shop and a café. Buses from Princes Avenue, just a short walk from the property run every few minutes to the city centre.

Trains from the Hull Paragon Interchange then offer direct connections to Manchester Piccadilly, Scarborough, Sheffield, York, Halifax, Bridlington, Doncaster and London’s King’s Cross, the latter usually around three hours away.

Schools close by include St Mary's College, St Mary’s Stepney Primary and St Vincent’s Catholic Academy, all rated as excellent or good by Ofsted after their most recent inspections. Local secondary education is provided by the Rise Academy, which was also rated as good by Ofsted in 2015.


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.

None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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