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84 Church Road, Holywood, County Down, BT18 9BX

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4 Beds
3 Receptions
D 64
EPC Rating

Location of 84 Church Road

Travelling from the Maypole in Holywood, along Church Road, Number 84 is found on the left hand side amongst the most distinguished terrace of Victorian homes on Church Road just opposite St Philip and St James' Parish Church.


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  • Elegant Victorian Town House Residence with an Abundance of Character and Charm
  • Full and Comprehensive Restoration Programme Over Recent Years
  • Exceptional Design Elements and Period Features Throughout
  • Decorative Cornice Ceilings, Ceiling Roses and Period Fireplaces
  • Spacious and Versatile Accommodation
  • Drawing Room with Bay Window and Original Fireplace Leading to Formal Dining Room
  • Architect Designed Kitchen with Contemporary Units and Fittings, Aga Range and Floating Glass Ceiling and Utility Space
  • Bathroom by Imperial Bathroom Company in Period Style
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Games Room / Home Office to Top Floor
  • Contemporary Shower Room to Second Floor
  • Private Parking and Beautifully Landscaped Gardens and Patios to Rear
  • Pressurised Gas Mains Central Heating
  • Mature Outlook to St Philip and St James' Parish Church
  • Within Walking Distance of Holywoods' Bustling High Street with its Varied Range of Shops, Boutiques and Restaurants
  • Convenient to North Down, George Best City Airport and Road and Rail Networks
  • Within the Catchment Area to a Range of Local Primary and Grammar Schools



Hardwood front door, glazed arched top light.
With exposed and treated natural wooden flooring, cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, period cast iron radiator.

Ground Floor

With white suite comprising: close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, porcelain tiled floor, part wood panelled walls, mirror recess, extractor fan, alarm controls, storage cupboard under stairs.
DRAWING ROOM THROUGH DINING ROOM: 8.97m x 4.14m (29' 5" x 13' 7")
With original sliding shutters and fitted New England style shutter blinds, original black marble fireplace, cast iron inset, granite hearth, gas coal fire, cornice ceiling, picture rail, ceiling rose and step down to dining room with cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, picture rail, exposed natural wooden flooring throughout, cast iron period radiators, square arch to kitchen.
KITCHEN / DINING / LIVING SPACE: 6.65m x 5.33m (21' 10" x 17' 6")
Porcelain tiled floor, handless bespoke fitted kitchen with quartz work surface and upstand, inset stainless steel sink unit, brushed stainless steel mixer taps, Aga gas fired range cooker with two plate ring and 3 ovens below, extractor hood above, integrated fridge freezer, solid timber work surface, refuse drawer, integrated dishwasher, built-in casual dining, built-in wine rack and wine cooler, recessed spotlighting, LED down lighting and up lighting, under floor heating to kitchen with glass feature atrium glass roof and glazed access door to driveway and garden.
Plumbed for washing machine, vented for dryer, porcelain tiled floor, concealed Worcester Bosch gas fired boiler.

First Floor

With linen press with pressurised water cylinder, atrium domed glass roof. Period cornices.
BEDROOM (1): 6.05m x 4.65m (19' 10" x 15' 3")
White marble fireplace, original period fireplace surround, cast iron inset, granite hearth, picture rail, cornice ceiling with original ceiling rose, mature outlook to St Philip and St James' Church, period New England style shutter blinds.
BEDROOM (2): 4.06m x 3.51m (13' 4" x 11' 6")
Cornice ceiling, picture rail, recessed spotlighting, slate fireplace, cast iron inset, slate hearth, fitted New England style shutter blinds. Outlook to rear.
Magnificent white suite comprising: close coupled WC, twin vanity unit, cabinets below, twin chrome mixer taps, panelled bath with inset in white quartz, quartz to vanity unit and sill, enclosed glazed shower cubicle, fully porcelain tiled walls, thermostatically controlled Vado shower unit, Alison rain burst drencher unit with shower attachment, mosaic soakaway floor, porcelain tiled floor, part wood panelled walls, chrome heated towel rail, cornice ceiling, recessed spotlighting and period style radiator.

Second Floor

Cornice ceiling,white marble original fireplace, cast iron inset, slate hearth, fitted New England style shutter blind, bespoke built-in wardrobes, outlook to St Philip and St James' Church.
BEDROOM (4): 4.06m x 3.71m (13' 4" x 12' 2")
Cornice ceiling, slate painted fireplace, cast iron inset, slate hearth, fitted New England style shutter blind. Outlook to rear garden, recessed spotlighting.
Built-in shelving.
Contemporary white suite comprising: close coupled WC, floating wash hand basin, floating vanity unit with drawer units and cabinet, chrome mixer taps, part wood panelled walls, illuminated mirror, glazed shower enclosure, glass shaped screen, shower enclosure with fully tiled walls, chrome thermostatically controlled shower unit, overhead drencher and shower attachment, mosaic soakaway floor and tiled floor, recessed spotlighting, extractor fan, outlook to St Philip and St James' Church, New England style fitted shutter blinds.

Third Floor

GAMES ROOM/HOME OFFICE/BEDROOM (5): 8.61m x 5.51m (28' 3" x 18' 1")
Velux windows with dual aspect to front and rear with elevated view to Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills, exposed beam, recessed spotlighting, cast iron fireplace, slate hearth.


Front paved forecourt with antique center piece, driveway to rear with parking at rear, rear garden laid in lawns, mature shrubs and planting, summer house, pergoda, paved patio areas and pathways, ideal for outdoor entertaining and barbecues, much admired this property is one of the most distinguished in this row of terraces.


Undoubtedly one of the best examples of Victorian town house living. These elegant period homes line the lower elevation of Church Road opposite St Philip and St James' Parish Church. Beautifully landscaped rear gardens and parking ensure the desirability of these enviable properties. Rarely do homes on this particular row become available and Number 84 is arguably the finest example having undergone a full and comprehensive restoration programme to maintain the integrity of the period house with the original features. The result created is a fabulous lifestyle home where the highest of fixtures and fittings combine with the professionally designed interior with precise attention to detail. The opulence in size and space is complimented with high cornice ceilings, centre roses and plaster cornices whilst married through to Neil Matthew's architect designed contemporary kitchen where porcelain flooring and a floating glass ceiling with exposed brick work above creates a minimalist twist. Handless units seamlessly blend with an Aga range cooker and stylish modern finishes.

The deceptively spacious accommodation is over three levels and includes a magnificent drawing room leading to the kitchen and dining space, bathroom to the first floor return by the Imperial Bathroom Company in Victorian style, four double bedrooms all with period fireplaces and contemporary shower room to the second floor. The top of the house enjoys a large games room, home office or 5th Bedroom.

The prestigious location, excellent convenience and high level of design ensures that interest in this home will be immediate.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Around£650,000

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Energy Performance Certificate

EPC Rating Graph 64 - 69

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D 64

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