2 Bed House for Sale, Elloughton, East Yorkshire, HU15 1HU

#1
My wife is selling her two bedroom house.
It has fitted kitchen, new carpets throughout, newly decorated, plenty of wall sockets, central heating, double glazed, Close to a excellent quiet country boozer. Bus station, train station all within 15/20 minutes walk. Its in a beautiful edge of a countyside lane, on the edge of a very posh area of Brough. Its about 30 minutes drive from Hull. Small manageable back garden, very cosy place with quiet respectable elderly neighbours. Excellent location for people who work for BAE Brough.
Post code is HU15 1HU, if you want to Google Earth it to have a butchers.
Available from 5 Apr 08. It has a sitting tenant, if you want to buy as an investment. If you want to buy it to live, tenants contract expires in April. A snip at £126k, for serious ARRSEr's we'll shave 3k off the asking price.
Please no time wasters, we're emigrating so we need a quick sale
 
#2
accidentalscaley said:
My wife is selling her two bedroom house.
It has fitted kitchen, new carpets throughout, newly decorated, plenty of wall sockets, central heating, double glazed, Close to a excellent quiet country boozer. Bus station, train station all within 15/20 minutes walk. Its in a beautiful edge of a countyside lane, on the edge of a very posh area of Brough. Its about 30 minutes drive from Hull. Small manageable back garden, very cosy place with quiet respectable elderly neighbours. Excellent location for people who work for BAE Brough.
Post code is HU15 1HU, if you want to Google Earth it to have a butchers.
Available from 5 Apr 08. It has a sitting tenant, if you want to buy as an investment. If you want to buy it to live, tenants contract expires in April. A snip at £126k, for serious ARRSEr's we'll shave 3k off the asking price.
Please no time wasters, we're emigrating so we need a quick sale
Give you 25 quid for it . . . final offer!
 
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#9
Only as long as the wind remains in the west. Anything from NE through to SE will get you the docks, Saltend, Croda, Preston Road, and if its really blowing, Grimsby.



Only kidding, folks, its got some lovely country pubs not a million miles away.
 
#10
Soooooooooo........we've surmised that Hull is sh1t and when the wind blows really really hard, you can smell Grimsby. However Elloughton is a completely different place, Google Earth it and you'll see
 
#12
No.

For just £126K it's got to be a slum. Then again, in the vicinity of hull it will certainly be a slum.

Ram it pikey.
 
#13
ColdWarWorrier said:
accidentalscaley said:
My wife is selling her two bedroom house.
It has fitted kitchen, new carpets throughout, newly decorated, plenty of wall sockets, central heating, double glazed, Close to a excellent quiet country boozer. Bus station, train station all within 15/20 minutes walk. Its in a beautiful edge of a countyside lane, on the edge of a very posh area of Brough. Its about 30 minutes drive from Hull. Small manageable back garden, very cosy place with quiet respectable elderly neighbours. Excellent location for people who work for BAE Brough.
Post code is HU15 1HU, if you want to Google Earth it to have a butchers.
Available from 5 Apr 08. It has a sitting tenant, if you want to buy as an investment. If you want to buy it to live, tenants contract expires in April. A snip at £126k, for serious ARRSEr's we'll shave 3k off the asking price.
Please no time wasters, we're emigrating so we need a quick sale
Give you 25 quid for it . . . final offer!
£50
 
#14
Geordie_Blerk said:
No.

For just £126K it's got to be a slum. Then again, in the vicinity of hull it will certainly be a slum.

Ram it pikey.
Cheers D1ckhead! You clearly are a Cnut. Whatever it is, its bound to be a thousand times better than the council skip you grew up in
 
#15
accidentalscaley said:
Geordie_Blerk said:
No.

For just £126K it's got to be a slum. Then again, in the vicinity of hull it will certainly be a slum.

Ram it pikey.
Cheers D1ckhead! You clearly are a Cnut. Whatever it is, its bound to be a thousand times better than the council skip you grew up in

Now then girls, no scratching.
 
#16
From a quick check around a few sites on the net, this looks like a nice area. What's the Half Moon pub like?
 
#17
The Half Moon is a big place, theres a big lounge area where you can get excellent food, and local ales. The bar area has pool table, juke box, darts, usual jazz, As well as a good pint of Carling Extra Cold. Its 250 metres from the house but you can never hear it on a friday/saturday night. Cos its a quiet area, you won't get the streets full of p1ssed nob heads, on mopeds or corsas. Hull Ionians ground is about a km away in the other direction too. Don't get me wrong if it wasn't for the fact that we are emigrating, we'd stay, cos its a perfect area for the kids to grow up in
 
#18
How about some photos - of your house not the pub.
 
#20
accidentalscaley said:
The Half Moon is a big place, theres a big lounge area where you can get excellent food, and local ales. The bar area has pool table, juke box, darts, usual jazz, As well as a good pint of Carling Extra Cold. Its 250 metres from the house but you can never hear it on a friday/saturday night. Cos its a quiet area, you won't get the streets full of p1ssed nob heads, on mopeds or corsas. Hull Ionians ground is about a km away in the other direction too. Don't get me wrong if it wasn't for the fact that we are emigrating, we'd stay, cos its a perfect area for the kids to grow up in
Fcuk me - I used to play for Ionians when I was a lad. In fact I played for them after I joined up, when I could get away. Takes me back. A lot of my mates from school went to 'Blackburns' as it was then, pre-BAe.
 

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