Best areas to live in Hull
Regardless of your budget and requirements, you’re guaranteed to find the perfect place to live in Hull.
Kingswood is a suburb of Hull 5.3 miles north of the city centre. Particularly beautiful parts of Kingswood include the Runymede Way and Richmond Way areas. With affordable property prices in Kingswood averaging around £188,835, it is popular with commuters, professionals and families alike, all of whom benefit from nearby shops and a large retail park, not to mention multiple schools and sports clubs.
Anlaby Park is just 3.7 miles west of Hull city centre, and this small and bustling suburb is perfect for those working in Hull, studying there, or enjoying the city’s culture while also seeking a slower and quieter pace of life. Plenty of amenities, among them shops, libraries and restaurants, serve the community of Anlaby Park, while the nearby Peter Pan Park and Costello Playing Fields are great for dog walks and summer strolls. The average price of properties in Anlaby Park is around £261,200.
One of Hull’s most affordable suburbs, average property prices in Stoneferry come in at around £135,130. Stoneferry is 3.1 miles north of central Hull and, with its many businesses and attractions, tends to appeal to commuters working and studying in the city who can’t afford its hefty property prices. A housing estate packed with smart, modern houses and serviced by plenty of schools and amenities, Kingswood is one of Hull’s most popular residential areas, with Sutton Road being the most sought-after street.
A small suburb of Hull, close to Sutton-on-Hull and only 2.6 miles north-east of Hull city centre, Sutton Ings is well-loved by commuters, professionals and families. Its western side, which includes streets like Skirbeck Road and Lambwath Road, and its eastern side, which includes streets such as Guildford Avenue and Birklands Drive, are particularly popular among residents, especially because property prices average out at an affordable £152,491.
On average, properties in the Sutton-on-Hull suburb of Hull are priced at £150,152. Located 3.5 miles north-east of Hull city centre, and with multiple primary and secondary schools, plus amenities like vets, pubs, sports clubs and shops, Sutton-on-Hull appeals to an eclectic mix of people, including families and commuters.