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29 Meadow Park, Crawfordsburn, BANGOR, County Down, BT19 1JN

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4 Beds
2 Receptions
E 47
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Location of 29 Meadow Park

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  • Detached family home within minutes of Crawfordsburn Village
  • Set on an elevated site with views of Belfast Lough and the rolling countryside
  • Extensive accommodation with a split level layout
  • Spacious entrance hall
  • Living room with superb views at both ends towards Belfast Lough and over the rolling County Down countryside
  • Fully fitted kitchen which enjoys countryside views with integrated appliances and casual dining area
  • Four bedrooms, two bedrooms on the first floor, two on the lower level
  • Family bathroom on the first floor
  • Shower room on lower level
  • Integral double garage with utility facilities
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Double glazed windows
  • PVC soffits, fascias and guttering
  • Private and enclosed rear garden with a southerly aspect
  • Very popular and convenient location within walking distance of Crawfordsburn's famous Old Inn
  • Crawfordsburn Country Park and seashore are nearby
  • Belfast City is an easy commute, Bangor, Helens Bay, Newtownards and Holywood are all close by


Ground Floor

uPVC entrance door with glazed side panels.
Tiled floor, glazed inner door.
Tongue and groove panelled ceiling, staircase to first floor. Wired for wall lights.
KITCHEN/DINING: 4.22m x 4.01m (13' 10" x 13' 2")
At widest points. Excellent range of high and low level solid wood units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, integrated Bosch dishwasher, 4 ring electric hob, integrated microwave, integrated double oven, dresser unit with glazed display shelves and wine rack, casual dining for 4, recessed lighting, views across rolling countryside, access to garage.
DINING ROOM/STUDY: 3.02m x 2.72m (9' 11" x 8' 11")
Views across rolling countryside.
GARAGE: 6.17m x 5.13m (20' 3" x 16' 10")
At widest points. Double opening up and over doors, Belfast sink, plumbed for washing machine, ducted for tumble dryer, pressurised water system cylinder, power and light, access to side.

Lower Level

BEDROOM (3): 4.22m x 3.81m (13' 10" x 12' 6")
Corniced ceiling.
BEDROOM (4): 4.06m x 2.36m (13' 4" x 7' 9")
Built in sliding wardrobe.
Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, fully tiled walls.

Upper Level

DRAWING ROOM: 8.1m x 4.22m (26' 7" x 13' 10")
Double aspect views, fireplace with stone surround and open fire, corniced ceiling.

First Floor

BEDROOM (1): 4.6m x 3.63m (15' 1" x 11' 11")
At widest points. Good range of built in wardrobes. Sea views.
BEDROOM (2): 4.19m x 2.49m (13' 9" x 8' 2")
Good range of built in wardrobes, views across rolling countryside.
Low flush WC, vanity sink unit with mirrored storage cabinet above, bidet, fully tiled corner shower cubicle with Mira electric shower, panelled bath, sliding door to excellent storage cupboard, partly tiled walls.


Brick pavior driveway to front, steps to front door, lawns and mature shrubs. Rear garden laid in lawns with mature hedge boundary, uPVC oil tank.


Within easy commuting distance of Belfast City centre and with the natural beauty of Crawfordsburn Country Park and the seashore nearby, this really is a most appealing house which combines convenience with town amenities. This detached family home has been well maintained by the current owners and is located just a pleasant stroll from the centre of Crawfordsburn and its famous Old Inn.
The interior is bright, spacious and features extensive split level accommodation. Upon entry you are greeted by a large reception hall, on this level there is a fitted kitchen with casual dining with access to the garage and dining room (currently being used as a study). On the lower level there are 2 bedrooms and a shower room. On the upper level there is a large living room which enjoys double aspect views across Belfast Lough at one end and the countryside to the other. On the first floor there are a further 2 bedrooms and family bathroom.
To the front the front driveway is laid in brick pavers with parking for 2 cars and is bordered by mature and manicured lawns and shrub beds. To the rear there is a southerly facing back garden with mature hedge boundary, beyond this there is rolling countryside giving the property ample privacy as well as a wonderful aspect. In addition the property benefits from oil fired central heating, double glazed windows, PVC soffits, fascias and guttering.
All in all this is a superb family home in a highly regarded location. Viewing is by private appointment through our Holywood office on 02890428989.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Asking Price£330,000
  • Stamp Duty: £6,500*

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