For Sale

118 Saul Street, Luxury Period Family Home, Downpatrick, Down, BT30 6NJ

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3 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached House
E 41
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Property Description

A versatile three-bedroom character home, presenting accommodation on a much greater scale than its first appearance might suggest, retaining original period features which complement the layout and high quality contemporary styled interior finish.

A stunning family home, the lower ground floor offering versatile living with an exceptionally well-proportioned reception room, kitchen/dining area and a bonus addition of a pantry, whilst the first floor comprises spacious entrance hall, warm and inviting sitting room and double bedroom. The top floor of this beautiful home comprises 2 further double bedrooms with the family bathroom mid-floor. The property enjoys a private enclosed rear garden, with outhouses. The property offers an idyllic external lifestyle whilst being within immediate walking distance to local schools, shops and leisure facilities.  An early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate both the size and standard of accommodation on offer. 

Ground Floor

An entrance door opens to the beautifully illuminated hallway which has exposed original solid wooden floor and immediately displays traditionally styled features such as original wooden banister and decorative coving to the ceiling. The hall offers an impressive introduction to the property offering a glimpse through to the first floor lounge and double bedroom. The lounge offers warmth and comfort with original solid wooden floor and open fire with grey and white marble surround and slate hearth.  This room benefits from double aspects to front and rear allows plenty of natural light to flow through finished off with that added touch of original wooden shutters.  The double bedroom to this floor comprises original solid wood floor and window shutters with double aspects.  This room benefits from copious extensive storage space finished off with original architrave surround

First Floor

To the first floor a spacious landing has a staircase to the mid-floor level comprising the family bathroom whilst access is given by a slight rise to 2 double bedrooms. The bathroom is finished with solid wooden original flooring, fully tiled walls with white suite comprising stand alone shower, WC and wash hand basin.  White towel rail radiator.  Double hotpress.

Both double bedrooms are finished with original solid wooden floors, shutters and high and low level integrated alcove storage space.  These also enjoy plenty of natural light with double aspects to front and rear.

Lower ground floor

From entrance hall, stairway leads down to the family lounge, kitchen and newly fitted pantry which takes the homeowner to a haven privately tucked away to the rear of the home. The lounge has window to the rear aspect; the room has a rustic brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove topped off with a wooden sleeper mantle. The kitchen forms the all-important hub of the home has windows over-looking the rear garden.  Kitchen comprising high and low level solid wood units, slate tiles to floor with tiled splashback area.  Walk-in larder, integrated dishwasher beneath sink and a half stainless steel drainer, integrated glass top electric 4ring hob, recess for gas/electric range cooker. To the remainder of the lower ground floor is a new addition!  A stunningly finished pantry comprising high and low level units, with enamel white sink, chrome towel rail and tiles to floor.  Plumbed for washing machine beneath.  Recess spotlights.

......of course no period property would be complete without a 'Maids Room'!  This is accessed through the loft above the pantry and is now used for further storage space.


Entrance hall - 9'4" x 7'9"
Ground floor lounge - 14'0" x 11'2"
Ground floor bedroom - 13'10" x 9'5"
Bathroom - 9'8" x 6'9"
First floor bedroom 1 - 13'7" x 11'0"
First floor bedroom 2 - 13'11" x 9'3"
Lower ground floor lounge -  12'5" x 12'4"
Kitchen - 12'4" x 10'6"
Pantry - 9'11" x 5'5"

Externally to the front aspect of the property a walled garden with pathway leading to house with side access to driveway which provides off road parking and gives access to the rear of the property. To the rear aspect of the house, enjoying an enclosed serene enchanted garden laid to lawn with stone flagged patio and stone wall boundaries....tucked away within this setting is a potting shed... not like many others!  This hideaway is a gardeners dream with bedding areas, vegetable patches, adorned with mature landscaped shrubbery, edged with sleepers as well as meadow areas to be enjoyed and catches quite a few day time sunrays - there's something new to see at every turn!  

Outbuilding - the property also comes with the enjoyment of an external building which may lend way to an exquisite Summer House/Garden Room - or should you be in mind of sharing this amazing hideaway.... there is always a holiday let potential!

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • From£184,950
  • Stamp Duty: £1,199*

* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.

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