Elegant Living on the Malone Road
13th Sep 2017
This fine period home enjoys a prime location on Belfast’s leafy Malone Road
If you are looking for a refined home in a prestigious location, then look no further than 173 Malone Road
Constructed in the roaring 1920’s, this graceful detached family dwelling preserves all of its original features and rests in one of Belfast’s most sought after locations.
The interior is traditionally styled to complement its architectural features and spacious rooms.
A grand statement is made immediately upon arrival with an impressive hallway and gallery landing. There is also a drawing room, formal dining room with curved bay window overlooking the gorgeous gardens, living room, open plan kitchen/dining area with a separate utility room and cloakroom.
Four spacious bedrooms, master with en suite bathroom and a family bathroom are located on the first floor.
The house rests on a corner site with well-kept gardens to the front and back and a detached garage.
A selection of excellent schools are located in the vicinity while the amenities on the bustling Lisburn Road are mere minutes away. The leisure facilities of Lagan Valley Regional Park, Malone, Ulster Museum and Dunmurry and Balmoral Golf Clubs are all close by.
Fantastic road and rail link means that Belfast City Centre is only minutes away for all your shopping needs and night time entertainment.
The entrance through an open porch leads directly into a charming hallway complete with parquet flooring, cornicing and picture rail. Solid hardwood doors leads into the main living rooms.
The stunning drawing room also radiates original charm with ornate cornicing, picture rail and a feature marble fireplace. A bay window overlooks the rear gardens while French doors leads to the exterior.
The family living room is also well-designed with a marble fireplace and French doors letting the outside in.
The kitchen features solid wood units, double Belfast sink, four ring ceramic hob, integrated microwave and oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher. This casual dining and sitting area is finished with wood strip flooring.
However, this kitchen is not just for casual dining as a formal dining room allows us to dine and entertain in style. This dining room features French doors that opens to the spacious garden, perfect for entertaining throughout the summer evenings. These gardens include patio areas and mature shrub beds.
Moving to the first floor, a gallery landing features a linen cupboard, seating area and one of the four bedrooms which is currently renovated into a study featuring bespoke furniture.
The master bedroom is very special and includes a circular bay window that overlooks the rear gardens. This room also includes an en suite with a panelled bath and fully tied shower cubicle.
There is a touch of luxury in the family bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath as well as a fully tiled shower cubicle.
The luxurious family bathroom allows you to relax in style with a Jacuzzi bath and a fully tiled shower cubicle.
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