For Sale

The Station House, 2 Station View, Carnalea, Bangor, County Down, BT19 1EU

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£349,500

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4 Beds
3 Receptions
Detached
C 69
EPC Rating

Location of The Station House

Travelling towards Bangor along the Crawfordsburn Road turn left onto Station Road. Turn left onto Station View and the property will be on your right.

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features

  • Well Presented Detached Period Home
  • Built in 1898 as a Station Masters Home Designed by Charles Lanyon
  • Tasteful Use of Internal Décor
  • Bright and Spacious Accommodation
  • Conveniently Located in a Much Sought After Area
  • Fully Fitted Kitchen with Ample Dining Area and Peninsula Breakfast Bar
  • Lounge with Dual Aspect Windows Overlooking Front Garden
  • Family Room
  • Alternative Access to Property Leading to Dining Room with Bespoke Spoke Spiral Staircase creating an ideal space to run a business from
  • Four Bedrooms Master with En Suite Shower Room
  • Bathroom with Luxurious White Suite
  • UPVC Double Glazed
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Driveway with Parking for Three Vehicles
  • Enclosed Private South Facing Front Garden
  • Integral Garage
  • Ideally Suited to a Range of Purchasers
  • Chain Free Sale
  • Short Walk to North Down Coastal Path and Carnalea Golf Club
  • Earliest Internal Appraisal Recommended

comprises

Ground Floor

ENTRANCE:
Original feature herringbone hardwood grand front door with glazed top light, leading through to entrance hall.
ENTRANCE HALL:
Stained and leaded glass door through to downstairs WC and cloakroom.
DOWNSTAIRS WC AND CLOAKROOM:
Low flush WC, wall hung wash hand basin with Hemsworth antique taps, hot and cold, ceramic tiled floor, space for cloaks.
FAMILY ROOM: 4.6m x 3.4m (15' 1" x 11' 2")
Period style high ceilings with cornice detail bordering, ceiling rose, dual aspect windows to rear, gas coal effect fire with cast iron surround, painted mantel, slate tiled hearth
LOUNGE: 4.7m x 3.9m (15' 5" x 12' 10")
Dual aspect double windows to front, cornice detailing, ceiling rose, gas coal effect fire with subway tiling and hearth, cast iron inset, original tiling detail, cast iron painted surround and mantel.
KITCHEN/DINING: 4.6m x 3.9m (15' 1" x 12' 10")
Range of high and low level hand painted style kitchen with integrated dishwasher, integrated dual Bosch oven with integrated microwave above, partially tiled walls, Bosch four ring hob with Bosch stainless steel and glazed extractor above, timber tongue and groove ceiling with inset lights, stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer taps and leafy outlook to rear, laminate work surface, wine shelving and integrated display cabinetry, ample space for dining with built-in breakfast bar peninsula, ceramic tiled floor.
DINING ROOM AND ENTERTAINING AREA: 5.3m x 4.2m (17' 5" x 13' 9")
into square bay window With alternate access door and porch with blue Old Victorian detail tiling, glazed and leaded stainless steel stained glass lights and doors.
GARAGE: 3.1m x 8.2m (10' 2" x 26' 11")
Plumbed for washing machine.
INTEGRAL FEATURE DETAILED CAST IRON TURN SPINDLE STAIRCASE:
Up to bedroom four or home office.

First Floor

BEDROOM (4) OR HOME OFFICE: 4.2m x 4.6m (13' 9" x 15' 1")
Velux window.
LANDING:
With access to roofspace.
MASTER BEDROOM: 3.3m x 3.9m (10' 10" x 12' 10")
Excellent range of integrated robes, shelved and railed. En Suite Shower Room Fully enclosed shower with Mira Sport electric shower with telephone handle attachment, extractor fan, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps, New England style partially tiled walls.
BEDROOM (2): 4.8m x 3.6m (15' 9" x 11' 10")
Outlook to front over mature and leafy Carnalea with sea glimpses, integrated robes, shelving and railing.
FAMILY BATHROOM:
Ceramic tiled floor, white suite comprising: low flush WC, wall hung wash hand basin with contemporary mixer taps, uPVC panelled bath with hot and cold taps and Mira Jump electric shower with telephone handle attachment, fully tiled walls, shelved hotpress cupboard.
BEDROOM (3): 3.4m x 3m (11' 2" x 9' 10")
Integrated robes, with outlook to front.

Outside

Ample driveway parking with space easily for three cars, with extensively manicured and mature English countryside style front garden mostly laid in mature planting, partially laid in lawns with space for garden shed.

description

This handsome period property is a hidden gem within the ever popular Carnalea Area of Bangor. With its interesting history this property was built in 1898 as a Station Master's house and was designed by Charles Lanyon. Retaining the original features of the period, with its high ceilings, cornices, grand front door and stained glass features, this property certainly makes an impression. This property does not lack accommodation, with the ground floor comprising of a grand entrance hall, downstairs WC and cloakroom, three reception rooms, fitted kitchen with casual dining area. To the first floor there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, master with en suite shower room and a family bathroom. An extension was added in 1995 that works seamlessly with the original property. The separate entrance means this part of the house could easily accommodate a space to work from home or provide the option to develop the accommodation. Upon entering the dining room of particular note is the commanding bespoke spiral staircase ordered from England and assembled in situ that leads to the fourth bedroom. The extension also has direct access to the garage. Upon arrival at this property the first thing that catches your eye is the beautifully landscaped south facing English Country garden, a beautiful place to sit or look at from the house and an ideal space for children at play. Externally the property also boasts ample parking with space for three cars and an integral garage with space for utility. Situated in such a sought after area and with such ease of access to the North Down Coastal Path, Carnalea Golf Club and Carnalea Train Halt (which has won the Ulster in Bloom Award several times for its floral displays and general good upkeep) this beautifully presented, historic property offers so much to a range of purchasers and is surely not one to be missed.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£349,500
  • Stamp Duty: £7,475*

* 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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John Minnis (Holywood)
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Energy Performance Certificate

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C 69

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