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ABOUT CITY’S REACH At City’s Reach, you will discover an exciting range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes, cleverly designed for first time buyers, growing families and downsizers. Local Area In a great location, close enough to the centre of Hull to enjoy all its fantastic attractions, yet in an established residential setting, you’ll find an exclusive development of our thoughtfully designed, modern, spacious and affordable homes. We know a great home is only half the story. Location is vital too. The beauty of this fantastic address is that everything you need is right on your doorstep. There’s a wide selection of stores along Holderness Road, including Kingston Shopping Centre. In here you’ll find lots of places to shop and eat including Asda, Subway, Matalan and many more. There’s even a gym here and lots of free parking too. Plenty to do, see and experience, Hull offers up a veritable feast of activities. The Deep in particular draws crowds from across the city and the region. The stunning building houses 6,500 fish including Europe’s only pair of green sawfish, spectacular sharks and rays. With Hull so close to home, you’re never far from the city’s rich maritime heritage, and modern shopping and entertainment venues. St Stephen’s Shopping Centre, Princes Quay, Kingswood Leisure and Retail Park and North Point Shopping Centre are all in the area. A little closer to home is East Park, Hull’s largest and most treasured public park. The Grade II listed park opened in 1887 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee and today provides something for everyone. There’s over 130 acres of stunning parkland to enjoy, you can brave the famous splash boat or visit the animal education centre complete with snakes and tarantulas. This great attraction is great fun all year around and is only a 10 minute drive from the development. If you head out of town, you can explore both the beautiful countryside and stunning coastline. Fort Paull in particular is one not to be missed. The grand, lavishly restored fort built in the 1860s with its underground labyrinths is incredibly interesting.

ABOUT CITY’S REACH Continued.... Out and about With great transport links close to home, exploring the region is easy. The picturesque city of York and the modern, shopping heaven of Leeds are both just over an hour away. One of the great things about this location in Hull is how close you are to the varied and interesting coastline. The pretty seaside towns of Hornsea and Withernsea are about 15 miles away. Head further up the coast and Bridlington, Flamborough, Filey and Scarborough are also easy to get to. If you love getting close to nature, take a visit to Spurn Head Heritage Coast. Run by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, in spring and autumn it’s the place to go to see a huge array of migrating birds. Plus, if you’re lucky you can spot seals throughout the year. Head across the City and you will find the Humber Bridge Country park where you can walk across and marvel at the Humber Bridge into North Lincolnshire and back. Transport links The development is served by Stagecoach bus services to the City Centre along Holderness Road through to the Restaurants and bars of Beverley Road. The A1033 and A63 are minutes away. If you’re travelling by train, Hull Interchange is under 5 miles away. Regular services to York, Manchester, Sheffield and London Kings Cross run from here. Humberside International Airport is only 30 minutes’ drive from Hull. Hull port also boasts great connections to Europe, with daily ferries to both Zeebrugge and Rotterdam. Schools A great place for growing families, there’s a good choice of schools close to home. Oldfleet Primary, Mountbatten Primary, Griffin Primary, Wilberforce College and Arch Bishop Sentamu Academy are all within easy walking distance.