Sale Agreed

47 High Bangor Road, DONAGHADEE, County Down, BT21 0PB

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4 Beds
2 Receptions
Semi-Detached Villa
F 29
EPC Rating

Location of 47 High Bangor Road

From High Trees Crossroads, travel towards Bangor on High Road and property is approximately half a mile on the right.

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  • A unique Period Residence of Immense Charm & Character
  • Coach House Incorporating Garaging, Stores, Stable & Play Loft
  • Reception Accommodation Includes a Dining Hall, Drawing Room with Sienna Marble Fireplace
  • Luxury Handcrafted Solid Wood Painted Kitchen open plan to Family/ Dining Room
  • Spacious Utility/Laundry Room & Cloakroom with low flush suite
  • 4 Large Double Bedrooms with Separate Shower Room & Family Bathroom
  • Oil Fired Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • Extensive Front Garden Affording Good Privacy & Excellent Play Area
  • Located Approximately One Mile from Town Centre, Harbour, Restaurants & Shops


Ground Floor

Wooden ballustrade and double doors to . . .
Terrazzo floor, bevelled glass pane inner doors and twin stained glass leaded windows.
DRAWING ROOM: 6.78m x 4.04m (22' 3" x 13' 3")
Oak wood strip floor, feature Sienna marble fireplace with cast iron inset, cornicing and built-in window seating.
DINING HALL: 6.17m x 4.04m (20' 3" x 13' 3")
Oak wood strip floor, part wood panelled walls, cornicing, ceiling rose.
Cloakroom with pine panelled walls, wash hand basin, separate low flush wc, part wood panelled walls.
LUXURY KITCHEN: 3.81m x 3.66m (12' 6" x 12' 0")
Handmade and painted solid wood kitchen with excellent range of high and low level units, feature housing to Aga (for cooking only), pull out drawers, stone work surfaces, island unit with microwave, dishwasher, Belfast sink unit with granite stone drainer, stone flooring, tongue and groove ceiling, matching drawer unit, plumbed for American style fridge freezer. Open plan to . . .
Solid oak floor, double doors to decked patio.
Tiled floor, leaded stained glass window, uPVC door to outside.
Further matching units, twin Belfast sink unit, plate rack, display shelving, pull out larder cupboards, stone flooring.

First Floor

Feature stained glass windows.
MASTER BEDROOM: 6.32m x 4.19m (20' 9" x 13' 9")
(at widest points). Excellent range of built-in robes in reclained pine, views into front garden.
Fully tiled shower cubicle with thermostatic shower unit and rain shower head, ceramic tiled floor, brick tiled walls, extractor fan, spotlighing, hotpress, built-in storage.
BEDROOM (2): 6.32m x 4.27m (20' 9" x 14' 0")
Including built-in robes, view into front garden.
BEDROOM (3): 4.19m x 3.73m (13' 9" x 12' 3")
BEDROOM (4): 4.34m x 4.11m (14' 3" x 13' 6")
Original free standing roll top bath with claw feet, brass taps and original brass plug, wash hand basin, low flush wc, stone flooring, part panelled walls, original stained glass window.


Large mature gardens to front in lawns with fenced-off childrens area, flower beds, shrubs, mature trees, hedges and conifers. Pavior patio in Tobermore sets, granite chip driveway, rear access also from laneway via double wrought iron gates.
Double entrance gates leading to . . .
DOUBLE GARAGE: 7.24m x 5.56m (23' 9" x 18' 3")
Up and over door, light, oil fired central heating boiler and oil tank.
First floor access to former hayloft. Upstairs now floored with electric etc, excellent storage. Snooker/games room and play room.
WC and wash hand basin.


This magnificent attached period residence dates back to the late 1800's and the reign of Queen Victoria with the inherent character and charm of the era still evident throughout. The splendour of the formal reception areas is embodied in the mahogany panelling, oak flooring and corniced ceilings. The practicalities of modern living have been successfully incorporated, culminating in the recent addition of a stunning family room which is open plan from the luxury handcrafted and painted solid wood kitchen which enjoys direct access to the enclosed courtyard. Four spacious bedrooms include a master with adjacent shower room, while the family bathroom retains the original free standing roll top bath.
Externally the property enjoys an extensive mature front garden and to the rear, a coach house, with a range of stores and a play loft encloses a courtyard.
Situated a mile from the town centre, 'Belvedere' is part of the history of this much admired seaside town and is a home that combines the past with the present to ensuire an enjoyable future.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Over£325,000

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Templeton Robinson (North Down)
54 High Street

Energy Performance Certificate

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F 29

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