There has never been a better time to make Hull your home, as the cost of living remains among the lowest in the UK and following its £1.5bn regeneration, the city has undergone an incredible transformation.
By 2019 the redevelopment of Hull’s Fruit Market will be complete; the £80m project includes 109 new homes positioned alongside a hub of independent boutiques, bars, galleries and restaurants situated by the beautiful Marina.
Like any other city, there is a wide range of accommodation on offer. In the city centre, waterfront homes are amongst the most popular and deluxe apartments line the Marina, ranging from compact one bedroom studios to large penthouses.
Just outside of the centre you’ll find Victoria Dock; a large waterfront development with its own sense of community and brilliant facilities, including a popular and high achieving primary school, and large 5 bedroom homes with balconies overlooking the Humber – all within easy walking access into the city.
In the leafy suburbs of Hull, lie The Avenues. This up and coming district is known for its bohemian character and is home to an abundance of independent bars and restaurants, speciality boutiques and live music venues. It has an impressive variety of large Victorian houses and apartments which mix traditional and contemporary elements, ideal for families and professional couples.
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