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2 Glenbank, Seacourt Lane, Bangor, BT20 3TQ

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2 Beds
1 Reception
F 37
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Location of 2 Glenbank

At junction of Princetown and Maxwell Roads, turn into Seacourt Lane, turn right into Seacourt House/Glenbank.

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  • Magnificent Period Living within Former Gentleman's Residence
  • Ground Floor Apartment with Breath-taking Views Across Communal Gardens to Bangor Bay, Belfast Lough, the Irish Sea and Scotland Beyond
  • Drawing Room with Period Wall Friezes, Ornate High Cornice Ceilings and Two Bay Windows with Excellent Views to Belfast Lough and Bangor Marina
  • Fitted Kitchen with Range of Integrated Appliances and Access to Basement Cellar/Utility Area
  • Two Double Bedrooms, Both with Fitted Wardrobes and Vanity Area to Master Bedroom
  • Bathroom with Five Piece White Bathroom Suite Including Roll Top Bath and Walk-in Shower Enclosure
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Double Glazing and Wooden Frames
  • Garage with Roller Shutter Door
  • Ample Parking for Residents and Visitors
  • Generous Communal Mature Gardens with Patio Areas Maximising on the Outlook
  • Convenient Location Close to Town Centre, Coastal Walks and Bangor Marina



Feature pine entrance door with stained glass inset, pine flooring, corniced ceiling, two traditional style radiators.

Ground Floor

BEDROOM (1): 5.41m x 4.52m (17' 9" x 14' 10")
With generous range of fitted wardrobes, cupboards and drawers, vanity area, two double panelled radiators.
BEDROOM (2): 4.24m x 2.67m (13' 11" x 8' 9")
With fitted wardrobes, double panelled radiator.
DELUXE BATHROOM: 4.11m x 2.64m (13' 6" x 8' 8")
With feature roll top bath with chrome feet on raised pine dais, large pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low flush WC, bidet, large walk-in fully tiled shower enclosure with mains thermostatic shower unit, ceramic tiled floor, decorative glass block window, two towel rail radiators, shaving point.
KITCHEN: 3.99m x 2.79m (13' 1" x 9' 2")
With one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, high and low level fitted cupboards with laminate roll edged worktops, integrated Neff gas hob and oven with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, oak strip wood flooring, vertical mounted radiator, stairs down to:
DRAWING ROOM/LOUNGE: 8.33m x 7.26m (27' 4" x 23' 10")
With carved mahogany Adam style fireplace, cast iron inset and slate hearth, feature inset multi-fuel stove, ornate freeze and cornicing, polished oak flooring, three traditional style radiators.


UTILITY ROOM: 3.28m x 2.77m (10' 9" x 9' 1")
With Old Belfast style sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, fitted cupboards, Worcester Bosch Condensing Gas Boiler and hot water storage tank, double panelled radiator.


GARAGE: 5.41m x 2.64m (17' 9" x 8' 8")
With roller shutter door, light & power, PVCu rear door & window. Insulated roof.
Small shared courtyard to rear with useful store room. Ample resident or guest car parking areas, with allocated parking space. Well maintained communal gardens laid out in lawns with landscaped patio area behind garage, mature shrubs and further patio area with superb sea views to front of building and views of Bangor Marina.


This former Gentleman's Residence occupies an elevated mature site commanding unrivalled views across Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea to the Antrim coastline and Scotland beyond. This elegant red brick period residence has since been converted into six well proportioned self contained apartments. Number 2 is one of the largest and located on the ground floor maximises on the outlook across Bangor Bay and Belfast Lough. Mature gardens are communal and secluded. The grounds provide ample parking and garaging and are accessed down Seacourt Lane at the junction of Maxwell and Princetown Roads.

The magnificent drawing room, with wall friezes, ornate cornicing and two bay windows, overlooks the gardens with breath-taking sea views. The character and charm of the period residence has been contained within this apartment including period carved Adams' style fireplace to the drawing room, pitch pine wooden flooring and deep moulded architraves and doors. There are two well proportioned bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, and a small but modern kitchen with integrated appliances and access to the basement cellar/utility area. Other benefits include gas fired central heating and double glazed sash windows. There is a garage and ample parking for residents and visitors.

Properties with such character and charm, occupying such a magnificent shore front location, rarely present themselves to the open market. We feel interest in this property will be immediate.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£299,950

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