For Sale

99 Upper Newtownards Road, BELFAST, County Antrim, BT4 3HW

Offers Around

£365,000

Calculate Mortgage Now
Photo 1 of 22
4 Beds
3 Receptions
Semi-detached
G 16
EPC Rating

Location of 99 Upper Newtownards Road

Travelling along the Upper Newtownards Road towards Ballyhackamore, Number 99 is on the right after the access to Beersbridge Road.

My Important Places

Add important places to see how far they are from this property.

features

  • Beautiful Sandstone Semi Detached Gentleman's Residence Dating Back to Circa 1877
  • In Need of Total Modernisation
  • Retains Some Original Features Including Cornice Ceilings, Picture Rails and Fireplaces
  • Drawing Room with Bay Window, Feature Marble Fireplace and Mature Outlook
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Living Room with Rayburn
  • Kitchen with Range of High and Low Level Units
  • Ground Floor Wet Room
  • Separate Utility Area
  • Four Well Proportioned Bedrooms
  • Bathroom with White Suite
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Detached Timber Garage in Bad Repair
  • Large Mature Garden to Front and Side
  • Room to Extend Subject to Usual Planning
  • Driveway with Ample Parking
  • Within Walking Distance to Ballyhackamore and Belmont Villages
  • In Close Proximity to Many Local Amenities Including Excellent Range of Primary and Secondary Schools

comprises

Hardwood front door with glazed top light to reception porch.
RECEPTION PORCH:
Exposed and treated wooden floor, side light, cornice ceiling, part wood panelled walls, plate rack, glazed inner door, side light and top light to reception hall.
RECEPTION HALL:
Part oak wooden panels, cornice ceiling, exposed and treated wooden floor, part ceramic tiled floor.
WET ROOM:
White suite comprising: low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, built-in shower unit with soakaway, fully tiled walls, low voltage spotlight, extractor fan, ceramic tiled floor.
DRAWING ROOM: 5.59m x 4.17m (18' 4" x 13' 8")
into bay window. Cornice ceiling, picture rail, original marble surround fireplace with tiled inset and hearth, dual aspect windows, alcove.
DINING ROOM: 4.06m x 3.86m (13' 4" x 12' 8")
Slate fireplace with tiled hearth, picture rail, cornice ceiling, outlook to garden.
LIVING ROOM: 3.76m x 3.28m (12' 4" x 10' 9")
Built-in shelving, built-in oil fired Rayburn with tiled splashback, mature outlook to side, access through to kitchen.
KITCHEN: 5.03m x 2.24m (16' 6" x 7' 4")
Range of high and low level units, laminate work surfaces, space for cooker, Belfast sink with mixer taps, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, dual aspect windows, tongue and groove ceiling, ceramic tiled floor.
UTILITY AREA / REAR PORCH: 3.81m x 3.58m (12' 6" x 11' 9")
Double Belfast sink, plumbed for washing machine, ceramic tiled floor, uPVC double glazed access door to rear, range of high level units.
LANDING:
Cornice ceiling.
BATHROOM:
White suite comprising: low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, part tiled walls, part pine wood panelled walls.
BEDROOM (1): 5.36m x 4.06m (17' 7" x 13' 4")
into bay window. Beautiful mature outlook to front garden and to Antrim Hills, original cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and timber mantel, alcove display unit.
BEDROOM (2): 4.09m x 3.89m (13' 5" x 12' 9")
Mature outlook to front, original cast iron fireplace, cornice ceiling.
BEDROOM (3): 3.86m x 3.25m (12' 8" x 10' 8")
at widest points. Cornice ceiling, outlook to side.
BEDROOM (4): 4.34m x 2.77m (14' 3" x 9' 1")
L-shaped. Dual aspect windows, mature outlook, views to Antrim Hills, cornice ceiling, hatch to roofspace.
Large gardens, brick paviour driveway leading to front of the house, large extensive front garden laid in lawns with south westerly aspect, mature trees, shrubs, plants, excellent degree of privacy, timber garage in poor repair, additional courtyard ideal for outdoor entertaining with water tap and twin garden sheds.

description

This charming sandstone gentleman's residence is situated within walking distance to the bustling Ballyhackamore village and sits on a conservation area. Number 99 dates back to circa 1877, designed by architects Young and McKenzie, and forms a part of two pairs of semi detached residences, Plevna Villas. The current property is in need of total refurbishment but has a huge amount of character remaining.
The accommodation is generous throughout and comprises three reception rooms and four first floor bedrooms. Situated on a large site with mature garden to the front and side, and bounded by a variety of trees, mature hedges and flowerbeds, there is plenty of scope to extend (subject to necessary consents).
Both Ballyhackamore and Belmont villages are easily accessible providing an array of cafes, restaurants and shops. Some of the Province's leading schools are located nearby with excellent transport links to the city and beyond adding to the allure of this charming property.

Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Offers Around£365,000
  • Stamp Duty: £8,250*

* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.

Mortgage Calculator

in association withUlster Bank
10%
years
%
£1,568.31 per month
How much could I borrow?

These results are not provided by Ulster Bank and are only indicative based on a repayment mortgage product. Repayments will be subject to the product provided and your circumstances. Your home or property may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

Contact Agent

John Minnis (Belfast)
Unit 7 Library Court

Energy Performance Certificate

This property has an energy efficiency rating of

G 16

Other costs to budget for

Wilson Nesbitt Solicitors

Get a free property legal expenses quotation