Thirty new one and two bedroom apartments have been made available to rent in a £6m city centre development – offering luxury modern living in the heart of Hull’s Old Town.
King William House, a former bank and office block, has undergone a complete transformation from an empty 1970s building to one of the best and most eagerly anticipated city centre living complexes in Hull.
The apartments boast modern, bright living spaces with fantastic views of Hull Minster from balconies directly opposite.
They come finished to the highest standards, including modern kitchens fully equipped with the latest appliances, real wood laminate flooring, sound reducing acoustic glazing windows, LED spotlights, bathrooms with underfloor heating and even Sky Q television connections.
They form part of a development which will also include brand new restaurants and shops on the ground floor when fully complete.
The apartments are being let by Garness Jones Residential and Maltings Property Management and Link Agency, with Garness Jones also appointed to manage the residential element of the building, including maintenance, rent collection and regulatory issues.
Matt Johnson, Residential Lettings Manager at Garness Jones Residential, said: “We have already seen high interest in these apartments within days of releasing them to the rental market.
“It is not a surprise that they have attracted so much attention. These properties were not originally going to be made available to rent and as the owners were initially going to sell them individually.
“However, there has been a change in approach and therefore we are in a position now where some of the highest standard, new modern living spaces, in a superb location within Hull’s Old Town, have become available to the letting market.
“It is rare for such outstanding new apartments to be made available to the rental market. They are ideal for young professionals or students who are being sponsored as part of their education.
“The views from the balconies out to Hull Minster are spectacular, and of course this development will soon be added to by the opening of new restaurants and shops. This element of the project is being handled by our commercial agents, completing the transformation of this building.
“The location is very difficult to beat given it is just moments away from the Fruit Market and Humber Street, the Museums Quarter, The Deep, Princes Quay and of course the rest of the city centre shops and restaurants.”
The apartments, which are all unfurnished, are available now and vary in price from £650 to £950 a month.
Call Matt Johnson on 01482 564564 to arrange a viewing.
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