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A guide to house prices in Hull

Apr 27, 2022
A guide to house prices in Hull

Named ‘Capital of Culture’ in 2017, Hull is a charming city sitting along the north banks of the Humber in East Yorkshire. It is packed with fascinating history, intriguing museums, and a wide range of attractions to cater for all tastes and ages. Whether you’re visiting from neighbouring York or Doncaster or are thinking of buying your first home here, below are some of the best areas in and around the city to help you make the best decision.

The Avenues

Located on the western outskirts of Hull city centre, The Avenues is a popular residential area. Originally built as middle-class housing in the late 19th-century, the neighbourhood attracts academics, young professionals, families and older couples thanks to its great versatility. Here you can find a wide range of properties, from semi-detached to large family homes and 1 bedroom apartments.

Garden Village

Sitting in the southern part of the city, Garden Village lies next door to East Park and is conveniently located for the A165. Homes here also offer excellent access if you work in the port and the industrial area along Hedon Road. Properties are below the city’s average, which means you can get great value for your money and fantastic opportunities for short- and long-term profits.


With its own train station, various local amenities, including shops, parks, excellent schools and a hospital, Cottingham is a destination of choice among families. Its proximity to the university also makes it veru popular among students, meaning great buy-to-let potential. If you’d like to be part of this thriving community, don’t miss our elegant collection of 4 bedroom homes on Harland Park development.


A stone’s throw from the banks of the Humber, Hessle is a pleasant neighbourhood with plenty going for it. It offers superb access to the A63, making it ideal for commuters, while also being within reach of Hull city centre. This up-and-coming area provides great housing at an affordable price. Browse our Hesslewood Park site for a modern collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes.


A little further afield, around eight miles from Hull city centre, Beverley is a desirable market town, famous for Beverley Minister and Beverley Westwood. Despite property prices being slightly above the average, there are plenty of opportunities for affordable housing. Our Minster View development offers modern 3 and 4 bedroom homes, set close to a wide range of local amenities.

Hull is a brilliant part of the county to call home, offering spectacular local scenery and plenty of attractions for adults and children. If you’re interested in one of our developments, call one of our Sales Advisers today, and we’ll be happy to help.


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