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Kilnpark, 2d Maxwell Road, Bangor, County Down, BT20 3RA

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5 Beds
4 Receptions
E 50
EPC Rating

Location of Kilnpark

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. Number 2D is located on the left hand side just before Maxwell Road becomes Princetown Road.

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  • Detached Family Home, approx 4000 sqft
  • Architecturally Designed with Generously proportioned Rooms and Clever Flow of Layout
  • Occupying Prime Site with Views Across the Ever Changing Seascape to Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea
  • Prestigious Maxwell Road Address
  • Option of Separate Accommodation for Live in Relative / Home Office / Studio or Indeed Consultation Rooms all which can be Accessed by their own Private Separate Parking and Entrance.
  • Bright and Spacious Accommodation Ideal for the Family and Entertaining, Both Inside and Outside
  • L-Shaped Kitchen/Dining/Living Space with Multi Fuel Cast Iron Stove Opening to Decked Balcony with Breathtaking Views
  • Formal Drawing Room with Marble Fireplace and Gas Coal Fire, Connecting to Dining Room and to Sun Deck
  • Separate Utility Room
  • Flexible Accommodation with Five Double Bedrooms and Four Receptions
  • Games Room Opening to Garden with Built In Bar
  • Family Bathroom
  • First Floor Bedroom One Includes Suite with Living Space, Breathtaking Views, En Suite Dressing Room and En Suite Shower Room
  • Brick Pavia Driveway with Ample Parking, Leading to Integral Garage
  • Dual Vehicular Access to Front and Rear.
  • Mature Beautifully Landscaped Well Stocked and Tended Front and Easily Managed Rear Garden with Excellent Degree of Privacy and Patio Areas as the Sun's Path Moves from Front to Rear
  • 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, The National Trust Coastal Path and a Range of Outdoor Activities


Ground Floor

Hardwood front door, double glazed side light, full height top lights.
Double height feature ceiling with hardwood access door to front patio.
With light coloured suite comprising: low flush WC, vanity unit, chrome mixer tap, cabinets below, mirrored recess, LED spotlighting.
DRAWING ROOM: 6.02m x 4.5m (19' 9" x 14' 9")
Square bay window with mature outlook to front, dual aspect with picture window, elevated breathtaking view to Belfast Lough, Antrim coastline, Whitehead, Irish Sea and Scotland beyond, carved white marble pillared fireplace, brass trim, marble hearth, gas coal fire, cornice ceiling, glazed access door to dining room.
DINING ROOM: 4.93m x 4.42m (16' 2" x 14' 6")
Cornice ceiling, bespoke built-in butler's pantry, tiled surface, drinks storage behind and under stairs, hardwood double glazed sliding patio door leading to raised decked balcony, breathtaking views to Belfast Lough, Antrim coastline, Whitehead, Irish Sea and Scotland beyond.
KITCHEN/DINING/LIVING SPACE: 8.31m x 5.99m (27' 3" x 19' 8")
Dual aspect with mature outlook to front and breathtaking elevated views to Belfast Lough, Antrim coastline, Whitehead, Irish Sea and Scotland beyond, bespoke fitted kitchen in hand painted units, stainless steel fittings, granite work surface, single drainer stainless steel sink and a half sink unit, chrome mixer taps, integrated larder fridge, integrated Bosch dishwasher, built-in wine rack, display shelving, illuminated glazed cabinets, Aga range, tiled recess with timber mantel, Bosch integrated combination microwave, peninsula unit, solid timber work surface, matching Welsh style dresser unit, ample family dining, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls, open to living space with multi fuel cast iron recessed stove in natural brick surround, raised slate hearth, glazed access door to decked balcony, which incorporates a spiral staircase to the garden below.
UTILITY/PREP KITCHEN: 3.61m x 2.49m (11' 10" x 8' 2")
Matching range of high and low level units, laminate work surface, twin stainless steel sink unit, integrated four ring ceramic hob, oven below, ceramic tiled floor, linen press with lagged copper cylinder, radiator and built-in shelving, mature outlook to front, service door to garage.
GARAGE: 6.2m x 4.04m (20' 4" x 13' 3")
Electronic remote up and over door, oil fired boiler, Beam vacuum system, access hatch to roofspace storage and service door to side, breathtaking view to Belfast Lough and Antrim coastline, space for dryer and washing machine.

First Floor

LANDING: 4.27m x 4.27m (14' 0" x 14' 0")
Access to large storage room
BEDROOM (1) SUITE: 7.87m x 6.86m (25' 10" x 22' 6")
Recessed spotlighting, magnificent views over North Down coastline, Belfast Lough, Antrim Hills and coastline, Whitehead, Irish Sea and Scotland beyond, recessed LED spotlighting.
With dormer window maximising on breathtaking outlook, walk-in twin wardrobes.
Comprising: low flush WC, vanity unit with chrome mixer taps, cabinets below, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle, thermostatically controlled shower unit, fully tiled walls, recessed spotlighting, extractor fan.

Lower Level

Built-in storage/linen press, radiator, built-in shelving.
BEDROOM (2): 5.87m x 3.91m (19' 3" x 12' 10")
Outlook to rear patio and garden, glimpse of Belfast Lough.
White suite comprising: vanity unit, close coupled WC, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle, thermostatically controlled shower unit, recessed spotlighting, extractor fan, fully tiled walls.
GAMES ROOM/GARDEN ROOM/BEDROOM FIVE: 5.94m x 5.64m (19' 6" x 18' 6")
Laminate wooden flooring, built-in shelving, built-in Butler's pantry with tiled work surface, built-in shelving, space for fridge, double glazed sliding patio doors to rear patio and garden. Easily adapted for a variety of purposes.
BEDROOM (3): 4.8m x 4.44m (15' 9" x 14' 7")
Outlook to rear garden, extensive range of built-in bedroom furniture including built-in robes with mirror fronted sliding doors, built-in study desk, drawer units, built-in shelving.
BEDROOM (4): 5.13m x 4.47m (16' 10" x 14' 8")
Built-in robes with mirror fronted sliding doors, mature outlook to rear garden.
White suite comprising: close coupled WC, vanity unit, mixer taps, drawer unit, cabinets below, panelled bath with chrome mixer taps, fully tiled walls, built-in fully tiled shower cubicle, thermostatically controlled shower unit, recessed spotlighting, extractor fan.


Brick pavia driveway, ample parking leading to garage, mature well stocked and tended front gardens laid in lawns, pebbled flowerbeds, shrubberies, mature planting, mature trees, well screened oil tank, front brick pavia patio area, steps to rear garden, gardens beautifully landscaped, enclosed rear gardens with secondary vehicular access from Maxwell Lane, patio areas laid in brick paving, gardens laid in lawns, beautifully maintained and landscaped with mature shrubs and planting, pebbled flowerbeds, mature trees, shrubberies, excellent degree of privacy to rear garden, spiral staircase to first floor decked balcony and viewing gallery maximising on the outlook to Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea, extensive outdoor lighting, power sockets, water tap and water feature to balcony.


This unique architecturally designed detached family home occupies a prime position along the prestigious Maxwell Road, Bangor West. Designed over three levels, all principal rooms maximise on the breathtaking outlook across Belfast Lough and Antrim Hills to Whitehead, Irish Sea and Scotland beyond. The rustic red brick nature of this property provides ease of maintenance, mature well stocked and tended front and rear gardens provide privacy, maturity and areas to enjoy following the sun's daily path. The living accommodation is to the upper ground floor where a bespoke fitted kitchen/dining/living space opens to a sun terrace balcony enjoying the panoramic outlook.
Of particular note is the formal drawing room with marble fireplace and gas fire, connecting through to the dining room with butlers pantry and kitchen/dining/living space for the family to enjoy with cast iron stove. There is a separate utility room with service door through to garage. To the lower ground is a games room and bar, three double bedrooms, one with en suite shower room, and separate family bathroom. To the first floor is the main bedroom suite with sitting area, walk-in dressing room and en suite shower room.
This is a family home with the focus on bright and spacious accommodation which caters for entertaining both inside and out. The prestigious location and breathtaking views ensure this home will create instant interest on today's market. The Bangor to Holywood coastal path is easily accessible, excellent bus and rail networks ensure commuting is made easy and the property lies within the catchment area to a range of local primary and grammar schools.
A real hidden gem, this property must be viewed to fully appreciate all it has to offer.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Asking Price£699,950
  • Stamp Duty: £9,997*

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John Minnis (Holywood)
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