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83 Ardmillan Road, Killinchy, Lisbane, County Down, BT23 6QN

Offers Around

£250,000

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3 Beds
2 Receptions
Detached
D 62
EPC Rating

Location of 83 Ardmillan Road

We are delighted to bring this charming home to the re sale market. Constructed in 2001 for the current owners, this property has been designed and built with great attention to detail, from the Bangor Blue slates on the roof, to the oak beams and strip pine wood floors internally. Set in the heart of Ardmillan, this attractive stone and brick-built property not only oozes curb appeal but offers flexible accommodation. On the ground floor there is a bedroom and bathroom, as well as a lounge with feature fireplace and a kitchen with utility room. The first floor can be accessed via two solid pine staircases which lead up to the spacious landing. There are two further bedrooms, master with an en suite and a family room which could also be a fourth bedroom, depending on the individual's needs. Externally there is a detached garage, ample driveway parking and landscaping to the front with well stocked flower beds. The garden to the rear and side is mainly laid in lawn but also benefits from raised beds at the side and being bordered by a wall and fencing. Ardmillan is a small hamlet on the shores of County Down, it is close to Balloo and Lisbane, which offer excellent local amenities, for example the Poachers Pocket, Balloo House, The Crafty Fox and convenience stores, as well as being close to Killinchy Primary School. There is also a range of opportunities for people to enjoy such leisure activities as sailing at Strangford Yacht Club and golf at Mahee Island Golf Club. As well as benefitting from this idyllic location, Ardmillan is often attractive to those commuting to Belfast & Comber for schooling and work.

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features

  • Charming, Detached Property Constructed in 2001
  • Flexible Accommodation with the Option of Three or Four Bedrooms
  • Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
  • Lounge with Exposed Beams and Feature Fireplace, Double Doors to Garden
  • Fitted Pippy Oak Kitchen with Granite Worksurfaces and Integrated Appliances
  • Utility Room
  • Ground Floor Bathroom with Feature Roll Top Bath and Separate Shower
  • First Floor Family Room with Stove and Access to Balcony (Could be used as Fourth Bedroom)
  • Oil Fired Central Heating and Timber Framed Double Glazed Windows
  • Pressurized Water System
  • Detached Garage with Wooden Double Doors and Driveway Parking
  • Well Maintained Gardens Mainly Laid in Lawn
  • Well Presented Throughout
  • Suitable for a Range of Purchasers
  • Close to the Popular Killinchy Primary School and Bus Services from Balloo for Belfast, Newtownards and Downpatrick Schools
  • A Range of Local Amenities in Balloo & Lisbane

comprises

ENTRANCE HALL:
Half hardwood door to entrance hall. Solid wood flooring.
BATHROOM:
Comprising of white suite with Adelphi pedestal basin with mixer taps, roll top claw foot cast iron bath with mixer taps and telephone hand shower, low flush WC, separate shower cubicle with thermostatic shower unit, part tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, storage cupboard, part panelled walls and cloaks area.
BEDROOM (3): 4.67m x 2.84m (15' 4" x 9' 4")
With solid wood flooring, dual aspect windows.
KITCHEN: 4.19m x 3.84m (13' 9" x 12' 7")
With range of high and low level solid oak units, granite work surface with under hung Franke sink and a half sink with mixer taps, semi integrated dishwasher, space for Range-style cooker, extractor above, part tiled walls, exposed brick feature to cooker area, integrated fridge freezer, ceramic tiled floor, chrome spotlights, exposed beams, hardwood door to garden.
UTILITY ROOM:
With plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, ceramic tiled floor.
LOUNGE: 6.12m x 4.19m (20' 1" x 13' 9")
With exposed beam work, feature fireplace with floating oak mantel with cast iron surround and tiled slate hearth, solid wood flooring and hardwood glazed double doors to garden.
FAMILY ROOM OR POTENTIAL FOR FOURTH BEDROOM: 4.11m x 4.19m (13' 6" x 13' 9")
Solid wood flooring, feature cast iron stove with tiled slate hearth, Velux windows and aspect to front, door leading out to feature decked area with cast iron railings, exposed stonework and views over garden.
MASTER BEDROOM: 5.03m x 3.12m (16' 6" x 10' 3")
With solid wood flooring, walk-in wardrobe. En Suite Shower Room Comprising of vanity basin with mixer taps and storage below, corner low flush WC, separate shower cubicle with thermostatic shower unit, part tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor.
BEDROOM (2): 4.42m x 2.87m (14' 6" x 9' 5")
With solid wood flooring, twin aspect windows.
LANDING:
With solid wood flooring and pine spindle staircase.
DETACHED GARAGE:
With twin timber doors
FRONT OF PROPERTY:
With brick paved driveway parking and stone pebbling, uPVC oil tank, bordered by fence with twin wooden gates.
REAR GARDEN:
With lawned area, bordered by fencing and wall, side area with raised beds for vegetables.

description

We are delighted to bring this charming home to the re sale market. Constructed in 2001 for the current owners, this property has been designed and built with great attention to detail, from the Bangor Blue slates on the roof, to the oak beams and strip pine wood floors internally. Set in the heart of Ardmillan, this attractive stone and brick-built property not only oozes curb appeal but offers flexible accommodation.


On the ground floor there is a bedroom and bathroom, as well as a lounge with feature fireplace and a kitchen with utility room. The first floor can be accessed via two solid pine staircases which lead up to the spacious landing. There are two further bedrooms, master with an en suite and a family room which could also be a fourth bedroom, depending on the individual's needs.

Externally there is a detached garage, ample driveway parking and landscaping to the front with well stocked flower beds. The garden to the rear and side is mainly laid in lawn but also benefits from raised beds at the side and being bordered by a wall and fencing.

Ardmillan is a small hamlet on the shores of County Down, it is close to Balloo and Lisbane, which offer excellent local amenities, for example the Poachers Pocket, Balloo House, The Crafty Fox and convenience stores, as well as being close to Killinchy Primary School. There is also a range of opportunities for people to enjoy such leisure activities as sailing at Strangford Yacht Club and golf at Mahee Island Golf Club. As well as benefitting from this idyllic location, Ardmillan is often attractive to those commuting to Belfast & Comber for schooling and work.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£250,000
  • Stamp Duty: £2,500*

* 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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