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72 Main Street, Newtownards, County Down, BT22 2PJ

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£210,000

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Image 1 of 37 72 Main Street, Newtownards, County Down
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4 Beds
3 Receptions
House - Detached
F 34
EPC Rating

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features

  • Outstanding detached Period Property (1902)
  • B1 listed with many original features
  • 4 double bedrooms (master ensuite)
  • Lounge, Dining & Family rooms
  • Kitchen + Utility Room
  • Family bathroom (bath & shower)
  • Large workshop/stables
  • Access & parking to rear
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Will require some remedial work

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Entrance
Hardwood door with decorative viewing pane to entrance hall.
Entrance hall
Original tiled flooring. Wood panelled walls. Cornicing. Original staircase to first floor with under stairs storage. Double radiator.
Dining room 5.56m x 3.48m (18' 3" x 11' 5")
Original wood panelling. Bay window. Double radiator.
Lounge
Into bay window. Original tiled flooring and wood panelling. Feature fireplace with open cast iron grate and tiled hearth. Bay window with window seating. Glazed door to side yard. Two double radiators.
Family room
Original tiled flooring and wood panelling. Feature cast iron and tiled fireplace. Double radiator.
Kitchen 4.78m x 4.37m (15' 8" x 14' 4")
Range of high and low level units in oak finish with marble effect worktops. 1 1/2 bowl composite sink. Range cooker. Tiled flooring. Part tiled walling. Spotlights. Double radiator. Door to rear garden.
Utility room 4.52m x 2.21m (14' 10" x 7' 3")
Range of high and low level units with real wood doors. 1 1/2 bowl composite sink. Plumbed for washing machine. Part tiled walls. Tiled floor. Double radiator.
Landing
Original staircase with spindle handrail. Access to roof space. 3 roof lights. Double radiator.
Bedroom 1
Access to balcony. Exposed beams. Two double radiators.
Ensuite
Shower cubicle. White WC & wash hand basin.
Bedroom 2
Wood effect laminate flooring. Wash hand basin. Double radiator.
Bathroom 4.17m x 3.25m (13' 8" x 10' 8")
Coloured suite comprising panel bath, WC & wash hand basin. Shower cubicle. Part tiled walls. Generous laundry cupboard/hot press. Double radiator.
Bedroom 3 3.76m x 3.3m (12' 4" x 10' 10")
Wood effect laminate flooring. Double radiator. Wash hand basin.
Bedroom 4
Wood effect laminate flooring. Double radiator. Roof light.
Stables/Workshop
Oil fired boiler. Stable door.
Tack room/Store 4.52m x 3.71m (14' 10" x 12' 2")
Requires new roof.
Outside
Garden to front in pebbled beds with mature shrubs and trees. Enclosed courtyard to rear with access from main street or from rear driveway.
Property misdescriptions
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the details and descriptions provided within the brochure and other adverts (in compliance with the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008) however, please note that, John Grant Limited have not tested any appliances, central heating systems (or any other systems). Any prospective purchasers should ensure that they are satisfied as to the state of such systems or arrange to conduct their own investigations.

description

"Not quite Downton Abbey perhaps but the former "Dunleath Arms" hunting lodge and public house is steeped in history dating back to 1902 and retains much of its character, personality and charm from that period - You won't find another one quite like this."
Located on Ballywalter's main street, with some sea views and just a short stroll to the beach, this unique "link detached" home is B1 listed and retains many beautiful architectural features such as wood panelling, oak staircase, cast iron and tiled fireplaces, quarry tile flooring and corniced ceilings not to mention the stables and workshop to the rear.
The first floor offers 4 double bedrooms, including a master with ensuite shower room and balcony, and a family bathroom, with both bath and separate shower, whilst the ground floor provides separate Lounge, formal Dining and Family rooms plus a country style kitchen and utility room. Externally there is a courtyard and parking area beyond, accessed from Well Road, and two large workshops/stables (roofs in need of repair). The property retains wood framed single glazing but benefits from oil fired central heating.
Sympathetic restoration is the key to this property, loving the character and historical features whilst employing modern building techniques to maintain and improve where possible.
"If history is your cup of tea then an internal viewing is absolutely essential to fully appreciate this unique home."

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£210,000
  • RatesNot Provided
  • Stamp Duty: £1,700*

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