Northumberland Court is owned by Hull United Charities, one of Hull’s oldest housing charities. This sheltered housing scheme is a Grade II listed building of mock Tudor design, which was opened in October 1887, after taking 10 years to complete. It comprised originally of 101 bedsits, a chapel and accommodation for the Secretary of the time. All set in beautiful gardens.
The scheme was modernised in the 1990’s and the bedsits were converted into 58 self- contained flats. Double glazing was added in 2008
Some of the foundation stones from the original hospitals can be seen around the site where they have been incorporated into the building
Residents are encouraged to make friends and share a wider social life through use of the Chapel community room where they can enjoy refreshments and other facilities that are available.
Opening time: Thursday 19th - 10am to 4pm
Please note that this building is close to the Old School
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