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'Ballysallagh Cottage', 54 Craigantlet Road, Newtownards, BT23 4TE

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3 Beds
2 Receptions
D 59
EPC Rating

Location of 'Ballysallagh Cottage'

From Belfast/Dundonald pass Cairn Wood and take next laneway on left hand side. Cottage is approximately 100 yards on the concrete laneway.


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  • Three bedrooms, two reception rooms
  • Charming, detached cottage in beautiful surroundings
  • Constructed only approximately 30 years ago in the style of a traditional Irish cottage
  • Flexible layout to suit most tastes
  • uPVC double glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Easily managed gardens with sheltered patio barbecue area to rear
  • Parking for several cars to front and rear
  • Large garage or workshop with floored loft above as studio or games room
  • Bathroom and shower room
  • Lovely situation as one of a small number of homes in a hamlet setting
  • Quiet, peaceful location convenient to Belfast, Bangor, Newtownards, Holywood and Dundonald


Ground Floor

uPVC double glazed front door with stained leaded glass inset.
DINING HALL 5.18m x 4.72m (17' 0" x 15' 6")
Exposed varnised timber floor. Feature cast iron stove by J. Curran & Co Belfast (not functioning) stone mantle.
LIVING ROOM: 5.18m x 4.95m (17' 0" x 16' 3")
Exposed beam to ceiling. Picture lights. Four bay windows to front and rear. Cast iron fireplace with slate hearth. Recessed lighting.
SHOWER ROOM: 3.58m x 1.83m (11' 9" x 6' 0")
Fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira Sport instant heat shower, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, painted half-timber panelled walls, recessed lighting, plumbed for washing machine.
BEDROOM (3)/STUDY OR SNUG 5.18m x 3.05m (17' 0" x 10' 0")
Feature period style fireplace, cast iron and tiled inset, carved pine surround, recessed lighting, bay windows front and rear.
Quarry tiled floor to:
KITCHEN: 3.28m x 2.9m (10' 9" x 9' 6")
Extensive range of pine high- and low-level cupboards, ceramic tiled worktops, 'Belfast' sink, half tiled walls, quarry tiled floor, painted tongue and groove ceiling, recessed lighting, Range style cooker, separate two ring bottled gas stainless steel hob. uPVC double glazed door to patio ad courtyard.
Plumbed for dishwasher or washing machine.
Staircase with painted spindles and pine handrail to:

First Floor

BEDROOM (1): 4.72m x 4.65m (15' 6" x 15' 3")
Two built-in wardrobes. Dormer window to front and rear. Painted half-timber panelled walls.
BEDROOM (2): 4.95m x 4.65m (16' 3" x 15' 3")
Dormer window to front and rear. Two feature gable windows. Painted half-timber panelled walls.
BATHROOM: 3.73m x 2.51m (12' 3" x 8' 3")
White suite comprising cast iron roll top bath with ball and claw feet, shower over with drench shower and brass shower curtain rail, wash hand basin, low flush wc, recessed lighting. Dormer window. Hotpress with lagged copper cylinder immersion heater.
Dormer window overlooking front garden.


Flagged, sheltered and private patio and courtyard.
Parking space for at least two cars to rear access via double timber gates. Also parking space to front of cottage.
StoNE GARAGE/WORKSHOP 7.62m x 5.18m (25' 0" x 17' 0")
Double doors. Light and power. Oil fired central heating boiler. Staircase to:
FLOORED LOFT 7.62m x 5.18m (25' 0" x 17' 0")
As storage, home office, studio, playroom, hobbies room.
Gardens in lawns, flowerbeds, hedges, borders and fencing.
uPVC oil tank.


"What a great combination! Tucked away along a good, tree-lined, concrete laneway 'Ballysallagh Cottage' is both secluded and convenient. The cottage is one of just a few homes in this little 'hamlet' which are surrounded by trees giving the impression of being deep in the countryside yet only minutes from Belfast, Dundonald, Holywood, Newtownards and Bangor.
The cottage was built approximately 30 years ago and designed to mimic the style of a traditional Irish cottage – with dormer windows and deep window reveals. The interior can be used as either two or three bedrooms to suit individual taste and has a shower room on the ground floor and bathroom on the first floor. A dining hall with reclaimed timber floor and comfortable living room with cast iron fireplace provide the perfect place to relax.
Set off by easily manged gardens and an enclosed patio to the rear, there is parking for several cars to front and rear and a garage or workshop with useful loft storage, possible studio or hobbies room above.
A really charming home and one well worth discovering"

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Over£425,000
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  • Stamp Duty: £11,250*

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D 59

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