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Hudsons Gardens

Cave Street, North Humberside, Hull, Yorkshire

Hudsons Gardens is situated off Cave Street to the north of the town and consists of 24 flats and bungalows completed in 1989.

Hull lies on the north bank of the River Humber about 20 miles upstream from the sea and once the southeastern boundary of the Kingdom of Northumbria. The town received its first charter in the 13th century and the old town still retains its medieval street pattern. Wilberforce House is in the Museum's Quater on High Street. Holy Trinity Church is thought to be the largest parish church in England and was one of the first buildings to be built in brick in the 14th century. The Humber Bridge was opened in 1981 and Hull's docklands still dominate the east of the town.

Facilities include estate management services.

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Hudsons Gardens
North British Housing Association Ltd

1 Bedroom

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