Subject to Planning
- 1-2 bedrooms
- Apartments: 9
- Hornsea, HU18 1PS
Alexandra House provides a range of luxury apartments and an immaculately presented penthouse suite. Generously proportioned, and in prime position overlooking Hornsea’s seafront, the development offers versatile accommodation in an unrivalled setting.
This new build development sits on the site of the former Alexandra Hotel within the Hornsea Conservation Area, which dates back to the 1860s, which has provided the design inspiration for this luxury apartment development.
The apartments and penthouse have stylish interiors and bespoke kitchens and bathrooms, offering buyers luxury in an unrivalled coastal setting. The development has private parking spaces to the rear and benefits from a passenger lift, which means all apartments have level-access living. To the front and sides of the building are private residents garden and landscaped area.
In addition to a great range of local amenities, the unique accommodation provides access to Yorkshire’s many attractions and the chance to simply savour East Coast Living with the beach on your doorstep!
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Hornsea offers a wide range of independent restaurants and bars, some of which offer alfresco dinning and a number are dog friendly establishments. There are also a number of fish and chip restaurants, including the award-winning Whiteheads.
The town is served by two supermarkets, a large edge of town Tesco with petrol station and a town centre CoOp with large car park. In addition the town has a strong offer of independent and regional retail offers.
The town is also well known for Hornsea Freeport, a large out of town shopping outlet village and leisure park with lots of national brands.
Maintaining the coastal market town feel, there is also a market held once a month in the town centre.
The range of activities available in the town truly is endless. With the sea front and sandy beach adjacent to Alexandra House, enjoying all the coast has to offer is a must.
The town also boasts the largest fresh-water lake in Yorkshire, Hornsea Mere. The Mere offers boating opportunities and leisure facilities and it is also an RSP Bird Reserve and is also designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Also adjacent to Alexandra House, is Hornsea Leisure Centre which is currently undergoing a £10m redevelopment by East Riding Council. The redevelopment will produce a state-of-the art leisure facility, swimming pool and community learning hub that will include the library and other community services. This fantastic facility will be less than a 2 minute walk from Alexandra House.
At the heart of the town, is Hall Garth Park, which is 28 acres of green parkland at the centre of the town. The park includes numerous walks, children’s play facilities and host numerous outdoor events each year.
The Flora Hall is another fantastic community facility that includes a café facility and provides the venue for numerous clubs and activities such as monthly cinema showings and dances.
For those that enjoy walking, Alexandra House is situated less than a minutes walk from the official end of the Trans Pennine Trail, the 215 mile long walkway and cycle patch that links the East Coast to the West Coast at Southport.
The school benefits from 2 primary schools; Hornsea Community Primary and Hornsea Burton Primary, both of which are rated as “Good” by Ofsted.
For older children, there is Hornsea Secondary School and Language College, which is also rated as “Good” by Ofsted.
In addition the town has several nurseries, both independent and state run.
The town has good road connectivity to the wider region via the A1035 to the South which leads to Beverley and Hull and the A165 to the North which connects to Bridlington and Scarborough.
Beverley Train Station is less than 15 miles from Alexandra House, which offers direct trains to London.