Dalmeny Lodge, 2 Downshire Road, Bangor, County Down, BT20 3TW
For Sale Offers Around £495,000 Convert to EUR
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|Property Type:||Detached||Price:||Offers Around£495,000 Convert to EUR|
|Bedrooms:||6||Offer Status:||For Sale|
|Receptions:||4||EPC Rating:||G 20|
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Features of this property
- Substantial Detached Residence Built Circa 1905 by Ernest L Woods
- Six Generously Proportioned Bedrooms (Master Bedroom With Ensuite Shower Room & Dressing Room)
- Views Across Bangor Marina From Four Bedrooms
- Formal Living Room With Bay Window & Period Features
- Lounge With Intricate Plaster Ceiling & Bay Window
- Large Family Room
- Handmade Solid Wood Kitchen With Granite Work Surfaces, Limestone Tiled Floor & Aga
- Bright Breakfast Room
- Downstairs Cloakroom, Butler's Pantry & Utility Room
- Main Bathroom In Coloured Suite & Separate WC
- Recently Installed Gas Fired Cental Heating
- First Floor Balcony Access From Landing With Stunning Views Over Bangor Marina
- Ample Off Street Parking & Double Garage
- Generous Front & Rear Gardens
- Period Features Retained & Reclaimed Original Cast Iron Radiators Fitted Through Hallway
Few homes of great character and historical interest ever reach the open market, Pinkerton Murray are delighted to offer 'Dalmeny Lodge' 'For Sale' and would expect serious interest from those seeking such a property.
This stucco style detached was built circa 1905 by the famous Ernest L Woods for the late John Brown - who ran the original commuter boats between Bangor and Belfast. It is recounted that the original parapet was home to his telescope to keep a track on his boats!
Extending over 3000sq ft, the property exudes grandeur throughout The entrance hall - complete with original parquet flooring, mahogany staircase and reclaimed cast iron radiators as well as the delightful kaleidoscopic leaded glass window on the first floor landing.
On the ground floor, there are four separate reception rooms, beginning with the imposing formal living room with a feature fireplace and bay window, this comfortable room also is one of many that still retains the original plasterwork, doors and picture rails - all of which add real depth and warmth.
The lounge boasts a resplendent plaster ceiling and is impressive by anyone's scale. The family room too is a more comfortable room yet features a magnificent fireplace and bay window.
To the rear of the property, the kitchen can be found with handmade solid wood units, granite work surfaces and an 'Aga', which leads into the breakfast room.
The rear hall boasts a downstairs cloak room, a butler's pantry and a utility room, while there is further storage and utility space found in the covered rear yard.
There are six bedrooms to the first floor, with the master bedroom benefiting from an ensuite shower room and dressing room as well as excellent views across Bangor Marina and the Town. Three of the remaining five bedrooms also enjoy sea views and all these rooms are of ample proportions. Off the gallery landing one will find the main bathroom and a separate wc.
The current owners have undertaken a considerable programme of improvements at the property which include the installation of gas fired central heating as well as a damp proof course the rear of the property.
Outside, there is ample parking to the front and side of the property and a large double garage to the rear. The large front garden is laid in lawn and the side enjoys a patio area and there is an almost hidden rear garden in lawn with a sunken pond.
All in all, this is a substantial period property that will charm a family seeking to reside in one the of the most desirable areas in North Down.
|ENTRANCE PORCH:||Terracota tiled porch and matching pillars to:|
|ENTRANCE||Mahogany front door with glazed inset and side panels.|
|RECEPTION HALL:||Corniced ceiling, plate rack, parquet flooring, reclaimed cast iron radiator, two under stair storage cupboards - one with underfloor access, mahogany panelled walls and original staircase and spindles.|
|FORMAL LIVING ROOM||19' 3" x 14' 4" (5.87m x 4.37m) Corniced ceiling, picture rail, attractive carved wooden fireplace tiled hearth and open fire, parquet flooring.|
|LOUNGE:||22' 9" x 14' 2" (6.93m x 4.32m) Intricate moulded plaster ceiling, picture rail, attractive fireplace with carved wooden surround and tiled inset and hearth with open fire, parquet flooring.|
|FAMILY ROOM:||18' 3" x 12' 2" (5.56m x 3.71m) Oak fireplace with tiled inset and hearth with open fire, solid wooden floor, corniced ceiling, picture rail.|
|CLOAKROOM:||Low flush wc, vanity unit, terracota tiled floor.|
|PANTRY||Built in butlers cupboard, terracota tiled floor.|
|UTILITY ROOM:||8' 3" x 7' 10" (2.51m x 2.39m) Range of high and low level units, limestone tiled floor.|
|KITCHEN:||12' 7" x 8' 4" (3.84m x 2.54m) Excellent range of handmade solid wood high and low level units with granite work surfaces, 'Belfast' sink with mixer tap, over, part tiled walls, 'Aga', stainless steel four ring 'Bosch' hob with stainless steel canopy over, integrated dish washer, integrated fridge, recessed low voltage spotlighting, limestone tiled floor, open arch to:|
|BREAKFAST ROOM||14' 4" x 12' 2" (4.37m x 3.71m) Limestone tiled floor.|
|LANDING:||Impressive stained glass leaded window, two reclaimed cast iron radiators, corniced ceiling, picture rail, double doors to front balcony - wrought iron railings - spectacular views across Bangor and the marina.|
|MASTER BEDROOM:||16' 4" x 13' 5" (4.98m x 4.09m) Corniced ceiling, picture rail, excellent sea views and views across Bangor and the marina.|
|ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:||Fully tiled shower cubicle with 'Mira Sport' electric shower, low flush wc, vanity unit, extractor fan.|
|DRESSING ROOM:||Walk in dressing room.|
|BEDROOM (2):||19' 4" x 14' 3" (5.89m x 4.34m) Corniced ceiling, picture rail, intricate moulded plaster ceiling, ceiling rose, attractive fireplace with tiled inset, stained original flooring.|
|BEDROOM (3):||16' 3" x 12' 2" (4.95m x 3.71m) Corniced ceiling, picture rail, Victorian wash hand basin, built in robes, access to roof space via slingsby style ladder.|
|BEDROOM (4):||14' 4" x 12' 2" (4.37m x 3.71m) Corniced ceiling, picture rail, attractive fireplace, wash hand basin.|
|BEDROOM (5):||13' 0" x 10' 3" (3.96m x 3.12m) Corniced ceiling, exposed timber flooring, sea views.|
|BEDROOM (6):||14' 9" x 9' 2" (4.50m x 2.79m) Corniced ceiling, laminate wooden floor.|
|BATHROOM:||Coloured suite comprising a panelled bath with'Triton' electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, access to hot press, access to roof space.|
|WC||Corniced ceiling, low flush wc.|
|UTILITY ROOM:||9' 3" x 7' 2" (2.82m x 2.18m) Sink, 'Worcester' wall mounted gas fired boiler, plumbed for washing machine, terracotta tiled floor.|
|Storage||Three storage sheds.|
|GARAGE:||27' 6" x 11' 2" (8.38m x 3.40m) Folding door, power and light.|
|To Front: Large garden in lawn bordered by flower and shrub beds, palm tree, driveway with a ample parking to front and side. To Rear: Parking area, patio, outside tap and light. Raised garden beyond in lawn with sunken pond (empty), bordered by fruit trees and mature trees and hedging.|
Location of Dalmeny Lodge, 2 Downshire Road, Bangor
Travelling along the Princetown Road from Bangor Town Centre, Downshire Road is on the left hand side.