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Grangefield, 39 Ballygrainey Road, Holywood, County Down, BT18 0HE

Asking Price

£995,000

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5 Beds
5 Receptions
Detached
E 39
EPC Rating

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features

  • For Sale In 3 Lots
  • Lot 1 - Asking Price £995,000 - 'Grangefield' - Period Residence in private grounds extending to c. 2 acres with outbuildings & Coach House with planning approval for conversion to annexed dwel
  • Lot 2 - Asking Price £60,000 - c. 3 acre field with frontage to Ballygrainey Road
  • Lot 3 - Asking Price £375,000 - c. 28.5 acres of agricultural lands
  • THE PURCHASER OF LOT 1 WILL HAVE THE FIRST OPTION TO PURCHASE LOT 2 AND LOT 3
  • A Charming Country House Dating Back To c. 1840 Occupying A Private Site With Lands Totalling c.33.5 Acres
  • Views Over Rolling County Down Countryside To Belfast Lough
  • Highly Sought After Rural Location, Only 5 Minutes From Holywood, 10 minutes to Bangor and Belfast
  • Exceptionally Private Setting
  • Ideal for those with equestrian interests
  • Five bedrooms, Six reception rooms
  • Impressive entrance hall with double height ceiling and sandstone floor
  • Dining room with period fireplace
  • Drawing room with period fireplace
  • Living room with feature granite Inglenook fireplace with beam mantle
  • Country style kitchen with AGA and casual dining
  • Garden room with double opening doors to the terrace and side garden
  • Utility room
  • Pantry
  • Playroom
  • Principal bedroom with ensuite, dressing room and views across County Down countryside to Belfast Lough
  • Bedroom two with ensuite
  • Family bathroom
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Excellent outbuildings
  • Original stone Coach House with outline planning permission to convert to an annex which would be ideal for a relative, au pair or home office/business
  • Sand school (not used for several years)
  • Walled garden to the side, west facing and is laid in lawns, with mature shrubs and patio area

comprises

Ground Floor

Double opening hardwood doors to:
ENTRANCE PORCH:
Inner door to:
RECEPTION HALL: 7.54m x 2.62m (24' 9" x 8' 7")
Sandstone floor, double height ceiling with gallery landing, corniced ceiling, corbels, access to garden.
CLOAKROOM: 1.8m x 1.63m (5' 11" x 5' 4")
Panelled walls with hanging space, shelving and bench seating, Donegal Limestone floor.
SEPARATE WC: 1.93m x 1.88m (6' 4" x 6' 2")
Traditional style suite comprising of wash hand basin and low flush WC, sandstone floor.
UTILITY ROOM: 3.45m x 3.1m (11' 4" x 10' 2")
Twin Belfast sinks, plumbed for washing machine, space for tumble drier, oil fired boiler, quarry tiled floor, shelving.
WALK IN PANTRY: 2.39m x 2.13m (7' 10" x 7' 0")
Fitted with high and low level units, space for fridge and freezer, quarry tiled floor.
PLAYROOM: 5.46m x 5.13m (17' 11" x 16' 10")
Feature wall hung gas fire, corniced ceiling, built in bookshelves, double opening doors to patio.
KITCHEN: 6.65m x 4.27m (21' 10" x 14' 0")
Country style kitchen fitted with a good range of high and low level fitted units, butchers block and free standing dressers and cupboard, marble and hardwood worktops, cream oil fired Aga with gas Aga attachment and wooden sleeper mantle above, partly tiled walls, quarry tiled floor, painted tongue and groove panelled ceiling, recessed lighting, integrated dishwasher, steps up to double doors opening to Garden Room:
GARDEN ROOM: 6.32m x 4.17m (20' 9" x 13' 8")
At widest points. Oak floor, feature internal window, glazed wall overlooking gardens with double opening French doors to covered terraced gardens, barn style half opening door to living room.
LIVING ROOM: 5.28m x 5.11m (17' 4" x 16' 9")
Pitch pine floor, exposed stone walls, feature open hearth fire with stone surround and beam mantle, built in bookshelves, painted tongue and groove panelled ceiling, windows with working shutters.
ENTRANCE HALL: 1.73m x 1.55m (5' 8" x 5' 1")
Hardwood parquet flooring, inner door to dining room.
RECEPTION / DINING ROOM: 7.14m x 5.05m (23' 5" x 16' 7")
Into bay and at widest points. Hardwood parquet flooring, bay window, attractive period fireplace with carved wood fire surround with brick inset and tiled hearth, corniced ceiling.
DRAWING ROOM: 6.07m x 3.96m (19' 11" x 13' 0")
Ornate period marble fire surround with cast iron inset, open fire and slate hearth, corniced ceiling, door to garden room.
REAR HALLWAY:
Hardwood parquet floor, staircase to first floor, under stairs storage.
CLOAKROOM:
Storage cupboard with shelving, inset wash hand basin with vanity unit below. separate WC with low flush WC and half panelled walls.

First Floor

LANDING:
Spacious landing with a good range of storage cupboards, wall light wiring, feature inner window to garden room.
PRINCIPAL BEDROOM: 7.21m x 4.98m (23' 8" x 16' 4")
Into bay. Bay window with views across rolling countryside to Belfast Lough, wood strip floor, corniced ceiling.
DRESSING ROOM: 3.25m x 2.18m (10' 8" x 7' 2")
Fitted with a good range of wardrobes, views across countryside to Belfast Lough.
ENSUITE BATHROOM: 3.94m x 3.4m (12' 11" x 11' 2")
Wood strip floor, traditional style suite comprising of inset wash hand basin with ornate surround, traditional 'Crapper' style WC, free standing 4 leg bath with ball and claw feet, tiled shower cubicle.
BEDROOM (2): 4.8m x 4.57m (15' 9" x 15' 0")
Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.
BEDROOM (3): 5.44m x 4.11m (17' 10" x 13' 6")
BEDROOM (4): 4.52m x 2.79m (14' 10" x 9' 2")
Feature window.
BEDROOM (5): 4.52m x 3.3m (14' 10" x 10' 10")
BATHROOM:
Traditional style suite comprising of low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, free standing bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, partly tiled walls.

Outside

An attractive front driveway leads to the property with a generous parking area to the front and rear of the house. There is a separate access off Ballygrainey Road which services the agricultural fields and accesses the outbuildings. The property is set amidst private mature gardens laid in lawns, mature trees, shrubs and sheltered patio areas.
STONE COACH HOUSE: 9.17m x 5.51m (30' 1" x 18' 1")
Full planning permission for conversion to an annexed dwelling.
OUTBUILDINGS:
1: 4.17m x 3.28m (13' 8" x 10' 9")
Power and light.
2: 4.34m x 2.92m (14' 3" x 9' 7")
Power and light.
3: 7.34m x 6.65m (24' 1" x 21' 10")
Power and light.
4: 12.6m x 6.4m (41' 4" x 21' 0")
Roller shutter door.
Side garden accessed from entrance hall and games room.

description

'Grangefield' is situated in undoubtedly one of County Down's most sought after semi-rural locations with its elevated setting and extensive views over rolling County Down countryside to Belfast Lough.

'Grangefield' is set in grounds extending to c. 33.5 acres, and whilst enjoying all of the attributes of country living, the property is only a 5 minute drive to Holywood, 10 minutes to Bangor and 10 minutes to Belfast. The Belfast Lough shoreline is also only 5 minutes away where you can enjoy pleasant coastal walks to Holywood and Bangor.

Dating back to c. 1840 the property was sympathetically restored and extended, and now offers extensive accommodation with a layout adoptable to differing family requirements.

On the ground floor, the accommodation comprises a Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Living Room, Country Kitchen with Aga, Garden Room with double doors out to the terrace and gardens, Play Room, Pantry, Utility Room, and Cloakroom / WC. On the first floor, there are five Bedrooms including a magnificent Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room and Ensuite Bathroom, Bedroom Two also benefits from an ensuite and a Family Bathroom to service the other bedrooms.

Outside there is an original stone barn that has outline planning permission to be converted to a self-contained annex. This area is ideal for use as a Granny Flat, teenagers / au pair's suite or as a home office space. The property is set amidst extensive grounds with an array of outbuildings and an area that was once a sand school. Whilst the overall holding extends to c. 33.5 acres, this property sits nestled in its own private mature gardens.

All in all, a superb country residence in a most sought after and accessible area of County Down.
Viewing is by private appointment, and is highly recommended.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Asking Price£995,000
  • Stamp Duty: £28,250*

* 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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Simon Brien Residential (North Down)
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E 39

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