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'Sharman Lodge', 2a Main Street, Crawfordsburn , County Down, BT19 1JE

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£450,000

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Image 1 of 27 'Sharman Lodge', 2a Main Street, Crawfordsburn , County Down
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4 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached Bungalow
E 49
EPC Rating

Location of 'Sharman Lodge'

Travelling out of Crawfordsburn Village on Main Street towards Bangor go past Old Mill Close on the right hand side and Sharman Lodge is the next on the right, occupying an elevated site.

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features

  • Charming Detached Home Steeped In History
  • Beautifully Restored and Well Presented Throughout, Including Tasteful Use of Bespoke Half Wooden Panelled Walls in the Hall and Reclaimed Cast Iron Radiators
  • Conveniently Located in the Ever Sought After Crawfordsburn Village
  • Four Bedrooms including Master with En Suite Wet Room (Two Bedrooms at Ground Floor Level)
  • Drawing / Dining Room with Vaulted Ceiling and Feature Fireplace
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen With Breakfast Area
  • Luxury Bathroom with White Victorian Style Suite
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Outside Store Rooms
  • Driveway with Ample Parking
  • Good Sized Gardens with Patio Area, Rear Courtyard and Feature Raised Summer House with Decked Areas that Take Full Advantage of the Magnificent View
  • uPVC Double Glazed
  • Air Circulation System
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Internal Viewing Highly Recommended

comprises

Ground Floor

GROUND FLOOR
ENTRANCE
Timber front door to…
RECEPTION PORCH
Ceramic tiled floor with inset brush matting. Cloaks area. Shelved side board concealing boiler room with oil fired boiler.
GROUND FLOOR W.C.
White suite comprising: Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Low flush w.c. Ceramic tiled floor.
Glazed double inner doors with side lights and top light to…
RECEPTION HALL:
Ceramic tiled floor. Bespoke carved gothic style half panelled wooden walls. Cast iron radiators. Built in storage cupboard. Built in linen cupboard (shelved). Cornice ceiling. Intruder alarm controls. Recessed spotlights. Glazed door to…
DRAWING / DINING ROOM 6.22m x 5.54m (20' 5" x 18' 2")
Magnificent vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses. Feature fireplace with sleeper beam mantle, dog grate and cast iron canopy with tiled hearth. Feature leaded windows. Picture window with outlook to Crawfordsburn Country Park, Crawfordsburn village, Antrim Hills and beyond.
LOUNGE: 4.67m x 3.71m (15' 4" x 12' 2")
Velux window x 2. Tongue and groove vaulted ceiling. Corner window with uPVC double glazed access door to side. Marble effect Fireplace. Slate hearth. Glazed built in cabinet. uPVC access door to rear courtyard.
KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST AREA : 3.35m x 3.25m (11' 0" x 10' 8")
Modern fully fitted kitchen with excellent range of high and low level units. Granite effect work surfaces. Built in 'Creda' four ring gas hob with 'Villovent' extractor fan above. Built in 'Creda' electric oven below. Glazed display cabinet and corner display shelving. Plumbed for washing machine / dishwasher. Space for fridge/ freezer. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Excellent views across Crawfordsburn and beyond. Ample family dining area. Glazed door to …
REAR PORCH
Range of built in cupboards. Brush off matting. uPVC double glazed and leaded access door to side.
MASTER BEDROOM: 4.7m x 3.25m (15' 5" x 10' 8")
Cornice ceiling.
ENSUITE WET ROOM
Victorian style vanitry unit.. Walk in shower area. Soak away floor. Chrome shower unit.
BEDROOM (2): 3.3m x 3.15m (10' 10" x 10' 4")
Built in robes and cupboards. Fitted for hanging and shelving. Cornice ceiling.
BATHROOM: 3.25m x 2.51m (10' 8" x 8' 3")
Luxury Victorian style bathroom suite with part wood panelled walls. Low flush w.c. Wash hand basin on wrought iron stand. Roll top free standing bath on wrought iron stand. Ceramic tiled floor. Cornice ceiling. Gothic built in cabinet. Cast iron radiators. Excellent views across Crawfordsburn.

First Floor

FIRST FLOOR
BEDROOM (3): 3.35m x 3.25m (11' 0" x 10' 8")
Wall to wall range of built in robes. Tongue and groove ceiling.
BEDROOM (4): 3.84m x 2.06m (12' 7" x 6' 9")
Storage into eaves. Tongue and groove ceiling

Outside

OUTSIDE
Driveway with ample parking leading to car port. WASH HOUSE – Plumbed for washing machine. Part tiled walls. Ceramic tiled floor. Light and power. Good sized garden laid in lawns with feature Swedish designed Summer House and decked areas. SUMMER HOUSE – 12'7'' x 11'0'' Concrete base (would be suitable for hot tub). Raised decked areas. Outside lighting. Paved patio area. Rear courtyard with STORE ROOM – Ceramic tiled floor. Light and power. Outside shed. The property owns grass bank to the front.

description

Steeped in history and full of charm Sharman Lodge was built in 1914 by the Sharman Crawford family in memory of their son. The former town hall, it is understood that it was also used as a school and at one time was part of the hospital, now it is a fine home offering modern day convenience and comfort. Nestled on a private and elevated site in the charming Crawfordsburn village it enjoys picturesque views over the Main Street, Crawfordsburn Country Park, Antrim Hills and beyond. Ideally located only a stones throw from the renowned Old Inn, both Carnalea and Helen's Bay Golf Clubs and close to many delightful walks within the country park and along the nearby coastal paths. It also offers ease of access to main arterial routes for the city commuter.
Beautifully restored by the current owners to a very high standard and well presented throughout, attention to detail is obvious. Of particular note are; the drawing / dining room with vaulted ceiling and feature fireplace, bespoke carved wood panelled walls and use of reclaimed cast iron radiators.

Externally the property benefits from a good sized garden with a fantastic raised summerhouse and decked areas that take full advantage of the magnificent view. The adaptable layout comprises of two reception rooms and four bedrooms, and with two of the bedrooms on the ground floor it is ideal for those downsizing looking for accommodation on one level. Equally it is as appealing to the family market with the other two bedrooms located on the first floor.

So rarely do properties of this nature and quality present themselves to the market and we feel that only upon internal viewing can this most appealing home be fully appreciated.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Over£450,000
  • RatesNot Provided
  • Stamp Duty: £12,500*

* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.

Housing Tenure

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Energy Performance Certificate

EPC Rating Graph 49 - 55

This property has an energy efficiency rating of

E 49

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