Accommodation

50 Pearson Park, HU5 2TQ

This gorgeous mansion house was built in 1863 by FW Hagen for local merchant, William Pybus. The coach house was a later addition in1890. It is now a Grade II listed building. 

Pearson Park exterior

 

The property stands on the north side of Pearson Park which is a lovely Victorian park developed on land donated by Zachariah Pearson to the people of Hull. The park features a pond, orangery, statutes of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria and manicured rose gardens. 50 Pearson Park is encircled by mature oak and horse chestnut trees. It is a most tranquil location and yet the area is within five minutes walking distance of the lively Princes Avenue and Newland Avenue where many of the best restaurants and bars are located.

It is ideally situated for the university and hospital and is only 1.5 miles from the city centre.

In 2015/16 the property underwent a sensitive refurbishment, retaining all of its many architectural features but providing top end modern living. The accommodation is of the highest standard and presents a unique opportunity to live in a grand mansion house of great status.

There are four 2 bedroom apartments overlooking the park and five 1 bed apartments.

There is ample parking within the grounds and a lovely courtyard with BBQ and pizza oven.

 

 

Apartment One: 2 bedroom ground floor main building £720 PCM
Apartment Two: 1 bedroom ground floor fully furnished £725 PCM
Apartment Three: 1st floor 2 bedroom apartment fully furnished £725 PCM
Apartment Four: 1st floor 2 bedroom apartment £825 PCM
Town house: 2 bedroom house on 2 floors £720 PCM

 

 

Coach house

Apartment Six: 1 bedroom ground floor, fully furnished £625 PCM
Apartment Seven: 1 bedroom ground floor, furnished £550 PCM
Apartment Eight: 1 bedroom first floor, furnished £550 PCM
Apartment Nine: 1 bedroom first floor unfurnished £550 PCM

 

 

All prices quoted per calendar month. All apartments have American style fully fitted kitchens to include oven/hob, fridge and in most cases washing machines. They include carpets and laminated flooring, all are double glazed within the original sash windows and gas central heating.

 

Woodgrange, 435 Holderness Road

Built in 1880 and designed by Brown (Taylor, Brown & Miller) for Frederick I. Reckitt. A highly individual and decorative mock-Tudor villa set in good landscaped grounds. In the 1930s and after WWII it was used by the Christian Scientists.

Wood Grange exterior shot

The property underwent a full refurbishment and modernisation in 2013 by the current owners, Woodgrange properties. All the original features have been retained to create modern living facilities within a lovely Victorian period House.

It now operates as an Apart-Hotel. 12 self-contained apartment have been created which vary in size from a 2 bed to more modest bed-sit. Each apartment is unique and charming.

All apartments are fully furnished including Television.

All bills are included within the rental cost including access to Lightstream broadband.

There are gardens to the front and back with on site parking, the building is set within a large plot.

It is situated about 2 miles east of the City and the town centre is easily accessible by road and a very regular bus service. It is also a short walk to East park and the shopping area of Holderness road.

It is ideally placed for large employers such as BP, Saltend, Siemans and the Docks, Reckitt Benkiser and the Port of Hull.