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2 Maxwell Drive, Bangor, County Down, BT20 3PE

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4 Beds
3 Receptions
C 69
EPC Rating

Location of 2 Maxwell Drive

Travelling from Crawfordsburn, in the direction of Bangor, continue along Crawfordsburn Road which becomes Bryansburn Road. Turn left at the roundabout onto Maxwell Road. Continue along Maxwell Road, Maxwell Drive will be on your left and the property will be on your right,


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  • Attractive Rustic Brick Detached Chalet Bungalow
  • Occupying Prime Site with Wonderful Views to Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea
  • Prestigious Maxwell Road Address
  • Recently Completed Refurbishment Programme Creating the Ideal Space for Internal or External Entertaining with Bright and Spacious
  • Accommodation Throughout
  • Dining Hall with Exposed Wooden Flooring
  • Drawing Room with Bay Windows and Open Fire, Overlooking Mature Gardens
  • Rear Conservatory Accessing Dining Hall and Kitchen/Dining/Living Space
  • Bespoke Newly Fitted Kitchen with Range of Integrated Appliances
  • Separate Utility/Laundry/Boot Room
  • Four Excellent Bedrooms, Two to the Ground Floor and Two to the First Floor Levels
  • Ground Floor Family Bathroom Suite with Separate Shower Cubicle
  • Separate Ground Floor WC
  • Main Bedroom to the First Floor with En Suite Shower Room
  • Bedroom Four Ideal as Home Office
  • Approached by Electronic Remote Controlled Double Gates
  • Ample Tarmac Driveway Parking
  • Brick Paviour Patio and Pathways Surrounding Property
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Nest Operated Heating System
  • Newly Installed Double Glazing Throughout
  • Mature Beautifully Landscaped Well Stocked and Tended Front, Side and Rear Surrounding Gardens with Different Patio Areas and Excellent Degree of Privacy
  • Prestigious and Sought After Location
  • Within the Catchment Area to a Range of Local Primary and Grammar Schools
  • Ease of Access for the City Commuter via Both Road and Rail
  • Close to Bangor Marina, National Trust Coastal Path and a Range of Outdoor Activities



Twin newly installed double glazed front doors and vaulted ceiling with triangular top light and side lights to sun porch.

Ground Floor

With reclaimed solid wooden flooring, cloaks area, glazed inner door and side lights to spacious reception hall.
Cornice ceiling, recessed spotlighting, reclaimed solid wooden flooring, outlook through to rear garden, double doors to drawing room.
DRAWING ROOM: 7.77m x 6.17m (25' 6" x 20' 3")
at widest points into square bay window Square bay to side with double glazed access door to patio and garden, cornice ceiling, recessed LED spotlighting, carved and painted fireplace surround, white marble and granite inset and hearth, open fire.
FAMILY ROOM: 3.99m x 3.38m (13' 1" x 11' 1")
Reclaimed solid wooden flooring, exposed and painted brick fireplace, tiled hearth and sleeper beam mantel, cornice ceiling, recessed LED spotlighting, mature outlook to front.
Ground floor WC with white modern suite comprising: low flush WC, vanity unit, mixer taps and drawer units below, illuminated mirror, exposed wooden flooring.
Minstrel style gallery landing with vaulted ceiling and Velux window, open to conservatory.
KITCHEN/LIVING/DINING SPACE: 7.06m x 4.44m (23' 2" x 14' 7")
Newly installed light grey high gloss kitchen, bespoke fitted range of high and low level units, laminate work surface, stainless steel inset sink unit with brushed stainless steel mixer taps, filtration tap and waste disposal unit, four ring induction hob, glazed splashback, integrated larder fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher, mature outlook through corner window to rear gardens and Belfast Lough, recessed LED spotlighting, contemporary wall mounted radiators x two, integrated combination microwave, integrated high level double ovens, ample family dining/living space, access to utility room, open through square arch to conservatory.
CONSERVATORY: 7.11m x 2.26m (23' 4" x 7' 5")
With oak laminate flooring, floor box sockets, outlook to patio and gardens, view to Belfast Lough and Bangor Bay, sliding corner windows/doors to patio.
With Oyster slate floor, excellent range of built-in storage cupboards and access to boot room/utility.
BOOT ROOM/UTILITY: 3.3m x 2.46m (10' 10" x 8' 1")
Oyster slate tiled floor, excellent storage, range of cabinetry including cupboards and drawers, inset ceramic sink unit, laminate work surface, plumbed for washing machine, vented for dryer.
BEDROOM (3): 3.58m x 3.48m (11' 9" x 11' 5")
Outlook to side garden, access hatch to roofspace.
Folding timber ladder, roofspace partially floored for storage, insulated, electric light.
Modern white suite comprising: low flush WC, twin vanity unit with chrome mixer taps, storage units below, recessed mirror, light above, oval shaped free standing bath unit, floor mounted mixer taps and telephone hand shower, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit, linen press with radiator and built-in shelving, recessed LED spotlighting, extractor fan.
BEDROOM (2): 4.34m x 3.68m (14' 3" x 12' 1")
Dual aspect windows with outlook to Seacourt House, glimpses of Belfast Lough, mature outlook to gardens, extensive range of wall to wall built-in robes, recessed LED spotlighting.

First Floor

Excellent view from Velux window across Bangor Bay to Luke's Point and Scotland beyond, overlooking reception/dining hall, access door and glazed wall to bedroom four/home office.
BEDROOM (4)/HOME OFFICE: 4.72m x 2.67m (15' 6" x 8' 9")
Velux windows with fitted black out blinds, built-in study desk with built-in shelving, access to eaves storage.
BEDROOM (1): 4.75m x 3.25m (15' 7" x 10' 8")
Wall to wall range of built-in robes with opaque glass and solid doors. En Suite Shower Room White suite comprising: low flush WC, vanity unit, mixer taps, shaver point, drawer units below, floating vanity unit, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle, chrome thermostatically controlled shower unit, Velux windows with fitted blinds, wall mounted heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, fantastic view to Bangor Bay, Luke's Point, Scotland beyond, Belfast Lough and across mature gardens.


Double timber gates, extensive outdoor lighting, gates accessed via video remote control, tarmac driveway with ample parking, brick paviour patio and pathways, barked flowerbeds, mature shrubs, planting and trees. Double Garage Planning permission exists for double garage with upstairs accommodation for garage purposes, consultancy basis, working from home or additional accommodation for elderly live-in relative. Brick pathways to side, three different patio areas enjoying the path of the sun, remote lighting, storage areas, beautifully landscaped gardens, excellent degree of privacy.


Having just completed an extensive renovation and refurbishment project, this detached family bungalow enjoys beautifully presented bright and versatile accommodation with two bedrooms to the ground floor and two bedrooms to the first floor level. Finished to an exacting specification, little expense has been spared to the high standard of fixtures and fittings throughout. This attractive home occupies a prime position on a corner site with excellent privacy and views across Belfast Lough and Bangor Bay to Scotland beyond. A generous mature site with ample parking behind electronically operated gates and patio areas that follow the path of sun ensures this home will create strong interest on today's market.
A dining hall and spacious drawing room, with two bay windows and open fire, create a home ideal for entertaining. There is a circular flow through to a newly created rear conservatory which wraps around to a superb kitchen/dining/living space. This bespoke newly fitted kitchen provides integrated appliances and storage and views to Belfast Lough and Bangor Bay. Further attributes include a separate utility/boot room whilst newly installed modern sanitary ware is evident throughout. A separate WC, ground floor bathroom suite with shower cubicle serves both ground floor bedrooms. The main bedroom is to first floor with range of built-in wardrobes and en suite shower room, the fourth bedroom, also at this level, is currently used as home office. The former garage now provides excellent space for storage. The landscaped, well established and beautifully planted gardens provide the ideal environment for outdoor entertaining and children at play. This property is gas fired centrally heated with newly installed, double glazing throughout and a Nest controlled heating system.
This property presents itself as the ideal solution to the family market or those wishing to downsize to ease of maintenance living whilst retaining a prestigious location with breathtaking views. The National Trust Coastal Path running from Bangor to Holywood is easily accessible, excellent bus and rail networks ensure commuting is made easy whilst the property lies within the catchment area to a range of local primary and grammar schools.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Over£625,000

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C 69

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