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22 Victoria Road, HOLYWOOD, County Down, BT18 9BG

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Image 1 of 34 22 Victoria Road, HOLYWOOD, County Down
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5 Beds
2 Receptions
E 53
EPC Rating

Location of 22 Victoria Road

Travelling from the Maypole in Holywood continue along the High Street in the direction of Bangor. Turn right into Victoria Road. Continue up Victoria Road, passing Brook Street. Turn left into Victoria Lane. Continue towards the end of Victoria Lane veering right through the pillared entrance to Hillbrook.


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  • Neo Classical Semi Detached Family Residence
  • Elevated Position
  • Lough Views From the Upper Levels
  • Six Double Bedrooms or Five Bedrooms and Home Office
  • Ground Floor Drawing Room with Bay Window
  • First Floor Lounge
  • Hand Crafted Kitchen with Island Unit, Range Cooker and Integrated Appliances, Opening to Dining and Living Space with French Doors to the Gardens and Rear Sheltered Courtyard Patio
  • Fitted Utility / Boot Room
  • Cloaks and Ground Floor WC
  • Walk-in Pantry
  • First Floor Double Bedrooms and Wet Room
  • Three Second Floor Double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom
  • Many Period Features
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Gardens Laid in Lawns, Mature Shrubs and Trees, Landscaped with Pathways and Patio Areas Including Enclosed Sheltered Courtyard Garden to the Rear, Ideal for Enjoying the Afternoon Sun
  • Walking Distance of Holywood's Bustling High Street
  • Within the Catchment Area to a Range of Primary and Grammar Schools
  • Ten Minutes' Drive of Belfast City Airport and Fifteen Minutes' Drive of Central Belfast
  • Holywood Golf Club, Royal Belfast Golf Club and Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club all Close at Hand



Glazed front door and side lights to reception porch.

Ground Floor

With stone tiled floor, cast iron fireplace, slate hearth, picture rail, cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, glazed and leaded inner door to reception hall.
With solid French oak wooden flooring, walk-in pantry fitted with shelving, storage cupboard under stairs, alarm controls, picture rail, cornice ceiling, access door from reception hall to boot room/utility room.
With cloaks area, through to WC with low flush WC and Victorian wash hand basin, part wood panelled walls, stone tiled floor and tiled splashback to wash hand basin.
Extensive range of Shaker style fitted high and low level units, timber work surface, ceramic Jawbox sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, space for dryer, space for fridge, ceramic tiled floor, skylights above, access door to rear.
DRAWING ROOM: 7.8m x 4.98m (25' 7" x 16' 4")
Measurement into bay window With solid French oak wooden flooring, working window shutters to both sides and dual aspect to front and side, mature outlook over gardens, picture rail, cornice ceiling, marble fireplace inset, slate hearth, cast iron solid fuel burning stove.
KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING SPACE: 6.43m x 7.57m (21' 1" x 24' 10")
Bespoke in-frame fitted kitchen, hand crafted and hand painted, with oak units and painted units, island with granite work surface, granite work surface throughout with tiled splashback, ceramic twin inset sink unit, antique style chrome mixer taps, Lacanche range cooker with five ring gas hob, electric ovens below, stainless steel splashback, extractor hood, part tiled walls, stone tiled floor, integrated dishwasher, Nordica wood burning range stove ideal for winter, tiled recess, beam mantel, island unit with granite work surface, additional cabinetry, recessed spotlighting, open to dining/living space with mature outlook to gardens opening through French doors x two to rear garden and to rear courtyard patio garden.

First Floor

BEDROOM (2): 4.7m x 3.45m (15' 5" x 11' 4")
Picture rail, cornice ceiling, original cast iron fireplace, slate hearth, mature outlook to front with views to Belfast Lough and the Antrim coastline.
BEDROOM (1): 4.98m x 4.57m (16' 4" x 15' 0")
Picture rail, cornice ceiling, extensive range of built-in robes, outlook to rear.
With Duravit white suite comprising: close coupled WC, floating wash hand basin, chrome mixer taps, fully tiled walls in stone and travertine, soakaway floor, thermostatically controlled shower unit, overhead drencher, chrome heated towel rail.
LOUNGE: 6.3m x 4.98m (20' 8" x 16' 4")
Exposed wooden flooring, dual aspect windows with mature outlook to side and views to Belfast Lough to the front, Antrim coastline and Hills, ornate cornicing, picture rail, ceiling rose, white marble fireplace with natural brick recess, slate hearth.

Second Floor

With feature arched sliding sash window.
Linen press, lagged copper cylinder, Willis type immersion heater, built-in shelving.
BEDROOM (3): 4.57m x 3.33m (15' 0" x 10' 11")
Solid oak wooden flooring, wall to wall range of built-in robes and cabinetry with built-in display shelving, feature arched shaped window with elevated breathtaking view across Belfast to Holywood, Antrim coastline and Hills.
BEDROOM (4): 4.09m x 3.33m (13' 5" x 10' 11")
Solid oak wooden flooring, wall to wall range of built-in robes, display shelving and outlook through arched window to rear.
Contemporary white suite comprising: low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, chrome mixer taps, bidet and raised panelled bath with telephone hand shower and mixer taps, travertine and stone tiling, Velux window.
STUDY: 4.7m x 3.51m (15' 5" x 11' 6")
With exposed wooden flooring, painted slate fireplace, cast iron inset, Velux window.


Approached off Victoria Road through double timber gates and loose gravelled driveway, ample parking, steps to front door, loose pebbled areas to front in mature shrubs and planting, paved areas, stone paved patio areas, loose pebbled areas, pathways, gardener's shed, access to enclosed rear patio courtyard garden with covered wood storage, patio areas, ideal sun trap, main gardens laid in lawns, mature trees, planting and shrubs, greenhouse. Garage Large garage with twin timbered front doors, light and power, outside staircase to first floor, ideal space for home office, currently used as gym.


Hillbrook is steeped in Holywood history. The property dates back to 1852 when William Bankhead Esquire commissioned architect Thomas Turner to design a mansion. The property was completed as a pair of semi detached villas in 1854. It is documented in John McConnell Auld's book, Forgotten Houses of Holywood, County Down, who was incidentally a neighbour residing in a bungalow in Victoria Road. It is recorded that Hillbrook may have been used as a school at one point as well as a family home for notable Holywood entrepreneurs including Claude Henfrey - Cream Manufacturer, who introduced Choc Ices to Ireland. In 1888 the Ladies Branch of the Royal Belfast Golf Club was founded in a meeting in Hillbrook when it was the home of Mrs R Young.
Today the neo classical family residence boasts many of the period features associated with properties of this era, including ornate high cornice ceilings, whilst benefitting from a kitchen extension with French doors opening to the rear gardens. It enjoys beautifully bright and generously proportioned accommodations over three levels. Traditional values and period features combine with an enhanced modern day layout to principal rooms, first floor wet room and second floor family bathroom. There is also a walk-in pantry, boot room and WC to the ground floor. Of particular note is the gracious drawing room with bay window and magnificent fireplace. The kitchen is hand crafted with a range of integrated appliances, island unit and range cooker. It opens to ample dining and living space leading to the gardens. The property boasts a five bedroom layout or four bedrooms and home study. The grounds provide ample parking to the gravel driveway and mature gardens to side and rear, beautifully landscaped with pathways and patios. A sheltered courtyard patio to the rear of the property provides the ideal space for outdoor entertaining and enjoying the afternoon sun. A large detached double garage provides the ideal studio apartment/consulting rooms above accessed via an external staircase to the rear. The property is approached off Victoria Road, along Victoria Lane and through double gates.
The location of this property provides ease of access for the city commuter via both road and rail. The property lies within walking distance of Holywood's vibrant and bustling High Street whilst remaining within the catchment area to a range of local primary and grammar schools and only fifteen minutes' drive of central Belfast and ten minutes' drive of the George Best Belfast City Airport.

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  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Over£870,000
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  • Stamp Duty: £33,500*

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