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'ARD-NA-GREINE', 110 Ballymiscaw Road, Dundonald, BELFAST, County Antrim, BT16 1TX

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5 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached
F 33
EPC Rating

Location of 'ARD-NA-GREINE'

From Belfast or Holywood head across Craigantlet Hills signposted Newtownards / Bangor and house is on left hand side before junction with Whinney Hill

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features

  • Flexible accommodation as three bedroom home with two bedroom apartment or substantial five bedroom home
  • Constructed by former owner architect in 1951 and only owned by the same family
  • Mature site c.0.54 acres set well back from the road and surrounded by mature trees and private gardens
  • Rare and attractive refurbishment project
  • Oil fired central heating with uPVC double glazing
  • Cloakroom, bathroom and ensuite shower room
  • Ideal family home or for those with semi dependent relatives
  • Very convenient location with lovely rural surroundings
  • In all c.2,450 square feet

comprises

Ground Floor

COVERED OPEN PORCH
uPVC double glazed front door and side panels.
RECEPTION HALL:
CLOAKROOM:
Low flush wc., pedestal wash hand basin
LIVING ROOM: 5.26m x 3.89m (17' 3" x 12' 9")
Feature stone fireplace and built in window seat with lovely garden views.
KITCHEN: 4.42m x 3.43m (14' 6" x 11' 3")
Composite 11/2 tub sink unit, mixer taps, cups below. Dark blue oil fired Rayburn range, quarry tiled floor, double 'French' doors to:
UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED CONSERVATORY: 3.43m x 2.9m (11' 3" x 9' 6")
Double glazed uPVC 'French' doors to garden
INNER HALLWAY:
to APARTMENT
LIVING & DINING ROOM 8.61m x 3.35m (28' 3" x 11' 0")
Feature reclaimed brick fireplace with timber mantle and cast iron wood burning stove, oak flooring, floor to ceiling pircture window.
KITCHEN: 2.67m x 2.13m (8' 9" x 7' 0")
11/2 tub single drainer stainless steel sink unit, mixer taps, extensive range of cream high and low level cupboards, laminate worktops, under oven, 4 ring ceramic hob, part tiled walls, sliding uPVC double glazed door to rear garden
BEDROOM (1): 3.96m x 3.51m (13' 0" x 11' 6")
Pitched ceiling, double glazed Velux window, oak flooring, uPVC double glazed door and side panels to rear garden
BEDROOM (2): 3.96m x 3.35m (13' 0" x 11' 0")
Pitched ceiling, oak flooring, double glazed Velux window, extensive range of built in wardrobes.
BATHROOM: 2.9m x 1.91m (9' 6" x 6' 3")
(max) panelled bath, Mira shower over, part tiled walls, pitched ceiling, double glazed Velux window, low flush wc., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor. Hall: Hot Press, lagged copper cylinder with immersion heater.
Wide staircase to first floor.

First Floor

BEDROOM (1): 4.52m x 3.3m (14' 10" x 10' 10")
(Front)
DRESSING ROOM: 3.28m x 2.06m (10' 9" x 6' 9")
Lovely views over fields
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM: 2.21m x 1.37m (7' 3" x 4' 6")
Corner shower cubicle with Redring shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc., shower panelling, view to rear garden
BEDROOM (2): 4.04m x 3.91m (13' 3" x 12' 10")
Lovely views into rear garden. Space for hanging rails as walk in wardrobe.
BEDROOM (3): 3.89m x 3.43m (12' 9" x 11' 3")
Double aspect with lovely rural views to Belfast Lough
BATHROOM: 2.44m x 2.06m (8' 0" x 6' 9")
panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, shower cubicle with stainless steel shower tray, separate wc.

Outside

Long hedge lined laneway to stoned parking, turning space for several cars, horse box etc uPVC oil tanks for central heating and Rayburn range Extensive, private mature gardens in lawns, shrubs, borders mature trees and hedges. Two large sheds / stores.

description

THE AGENT'S PERSPECTIVE…
" Not only is 'Ard-na-Greine' the 'High place of the sun' but it is also extremely private and convenient.
Set off by mature gardens and surrounded by fields and greenery, the house has a certain magic and charm. The current layout provides three bedrooms in the main house and two in an interlinked apartment. Both could be combined as a five bedroom family home if required.
Built in 1951 and always owned by the same family, the house would now benefit from some sensitive upgrading to the latest tastes and trends.
Convenient to Belfast, Bangor, Newtownards, Dundonald and Holywood with trees and fields all around, this is a rare and appealing opportunity".

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Around£350,000
  • RatesNot Provided
  • Stamp Duty: £7,500*

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Energy Performance Certificate

EPC Rating Graph 33 - 36

This property has an energy efficiency rating of

F 33

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