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Sale Agreed

3 Net Walk, Killyleagh, DOWNPATRICK, County Down, BT30 9QX

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4 Beds
3 Receptions
D 63
EPC Rating

Location of 3 Net Walk

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  • Delightful seafront detached home
  • Stunning views of Strangford Lough
  • Within a short strolling distance of the town
  • Superb open plan living accommodation
  • Separate snug
  • Kitchen with casual dining
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two with ensuite
  • Family bathroom
  • Generous garden to the rear
  • Oil fired central heating, underfloor
  • Double glazed
  • Piped for Beamvac


Hardwood entrance door.
Feature window overlooking lough.
LIVING ROOM: 7.87m x 6.3m (25' 10" x 20' 8")
Fireplace with carved wood surround, tiled inset, cast iron inset, open fire, recessed lighting, open solid oak staircase, open to:
DINING ROOM: 3.91m x 3.12m (12' 10" x 10' 3")
SNUG: 3.76m x 3.12m (12' 4" x 10' 3")
Concealed chimney flue.
KITCHEN WITH CASUAL DINING: 6.45m x 4.27m (21' 2" x 14' 0")
Nigel McGowan country style kitchen with stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, space for 4 ring hob and cooker, stainless steel extractor hood, space for American style fridge freezer, island unit with stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, black granite worktop, partly tiled walls, tiled floor, recessed lighting, casual dining area with bench seating, access to utility, access to rear.
UTILITY ROOM: 4.37m x 1.52m (14' 4" x 5' 0")
Range of units, plumbed for washing machine, recessed lighting, access to side.
Low flush WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Velux window. Shelved hotpress.
MASTER BEDROOM: 7.37m x 3.84m (24' 2" x 12' 7")
Into bay. Lough views.
Contemporary suite comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap, low flush WC, wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, fully tiled shower with chrome overhead shower and telephone hand shower, partly tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail, velux window.
BEDROOM (2): 6.65m x 3.4m (21' 10" x 11' 2")
Lough views, two built in storage cupboards.
Contemporary suite comprising: Low flush WC, wash hand basin, fully tiled shower with chrome shower fitments, chrome heated towel rail, tiled floor, fully tiled walls.
BEDROOM (3): 3.35m x 3.05m (11' 0" x 10' 0")
Access to partially floored roofspace.
BEDROOM (4): 3.43m x 3.35m (11' 3" x 11' 0")
White suite comprising: Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, fully tiled shower with chrome shower fitments, tiled floor, fully tiled walls, velux window.
Rear garden laid in lawn and patio. Gravel driveway to front and garden laid in lawn.


We are delighted to present this attractive detached home right on the shores of Strangford Lough. Situated on a cul de sac, it offers quiet beachfront living and unobstructed views, whilst the thriving village of Killyleagh and its famous castle sit behind. It gives a ringside seat to yacht racing, amazing sunrises and sunsets, glasslike water or stormy seas, all kinds of sea life. The property would suit a family, downsizer or potentially someone looking for a weekend bolthole. It also has obvious income potential.
Internally the accommodation is set on two levels. Downstairs there is a large open plan living and dining space with an impressive exposed staircase. This area provides a superb entertaining or family living space, as well as benefitting from the superb lough views. There is also a cosy snug/study to the front with views across Strangford Lough. To the rear there is a generous kitchen with island unit and casual dining, a utility room and downstairs WC. On the first floor there are four bedrooms two of which benefit from an ensuite, and a family bathroom. In addition the property has oil fired central heating and double glazed windows. The property is set back from the road and there is a large enclosed garden to the rear.
From the back garden gate a grassy path leads to the award winning Smugglers pub restaurant and a stroll up the hill finds the lovely Picnic café deli by the castle which is the hub of the village. Killyleagh castle hosts many events throughout the year such as the chocolate festival, music and theatre. The village otherwise offers a great range of shops and amenities to avoid driving further afield. Round the bay is an excellent sailing club and of particular benefit to sailors is the ability to keep an eye on their boat at mooring from their lounge window. By motor boat it is a quick trip to Portaferry or Strangford for a meal on a summer evening. Skiff rowers launch from the Net Walk shore and it is simple to kayak straight from the house.
Net walk is where the fishermen used to mend their nets on the wall and to live there is to be connected to the sea. By day there are terns and gannets diving, seals, otters, porpoises and a host of other sea life. By night, the lights of Portaferry across the lough and the ferry crossing to and fro.
The wider area boasts several excellent golf courses, National Trust houses such as Castleward and beautiful walks at nearby Delamont, Gibb's island and round the harbour path in Killyleagh itself. There are two primary schools in the village along with several nurseries and grammar schools at nearby Downpatrick and Crossgar. Down High School is building a new campus 15 minutes away and the state of the art Downpatrick Leisure Centre opens in November 2018. Belfast is 40 minutes for commuters. This is a wonderful place to live and internal inspection of the property is highly recommended to truly understand what is on offer.

Property Costs

  • Status: Sale Agreed
  • Offers Over£335,000

Contact Agent

Simon Brien Residential (North Down)
60A High Street

Energy Performance Certificate

This property has an energy efficiency rating of

D 63

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