Well set back from the main road and approached by private laneway on a generous site of approx 3 acres, this charming detached family home offers spacious accommodation and will be appeal to those looking for a semi-rural location yet still convenient to amenities locally and nearby at Moira, Lisburn and Belfast.
The accommodation briefly comprises generous living room with reclaimed wooden flooring and impressive old Belfast brick fireplace open plan to dining room which in turn leads to a conservatory overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen offers a casual dining/living space and Rayburn range enhancing the welcoming ambience of this charming property. Each of the four bedrooms are of a good size and the master features an en suite shower room to compliment the family bathroom with feature freestanding bath. Externally the property offers extensive gardens in lawn with mature beds, hardcourt sports area ideal for tennis, basketball etc and a purpose built games room with cavity wall insulation and central heating.
Deceptively spacious and in fabulous grounds we encourage an internal appraisal at your earliest convenience.
- Fabulous, deceptively spacious detached bungalow full of character
- Generous and private site of approx 3 acres
- Living room with reclaimed wooden flooring, beamed ceiling and old Belfast brick fireplace
- Open plan dining room with matching floor and beams
- Hard wood conservatory with tiled floor and access to rear
- Country style kitchen with dining area including old Belfast sink unit, oil fired Rayburn and stable door to rear
- Four double bedrooms, three with built-in robes and master with en suite shower room
- Family bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower cubicle
- Purpose built games room with cavity wall insulation and central heating
- Separate block built garden store
- Generous parking areas, rear and side terrace, extensive lawn, hardcourt tennis/basketball/football enclosure
- Wooden double glazed window frames, oil fired central heating
Hardwood front door and double glazed side panels to . . .
Cornice ceiling, walk-in shelved hotpress.
LIVING ROOM: 20' 0" X 16' 2" (6.10m X 4.93m)
Reclaimed wood floor and beamed ceiling, old Belfast brick fireplace and mantle. Steps to . . .
DINING ROOM: 16' 2" X 11' 8" (4.93m X 3.56m)
Reclaimed wooden floor, beamed ceiling, patio door to . . .
HARDWOOD CONSERVATORY: 13' 8" X 11' 10" (4.17m X 3.61m)
Ceramic tiled floor, door to rear patio and garden.
KITCHEN: 19' 0" X 14' 11" (5.79m X 4.55m)
Country style kitchen with extensive range of high and low level units, work surfaces, oil fired Rayburn range, old Belfast sink unit, integrated dishwasher, Welsh dresser, integrated washer dryer, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls, beamed ceiling, stable door to rear porch.
MASTER BEDROOM: 16' 3" X 10' 11" (4.95m X 3.33m)
((not into robes). Impressive range of sliding robes, cornice ceiling, ceiling rose.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
White suite comprising low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, double shower tray, ceramic tiled floor, fully tiled walls, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail.
BEDROOM (2): 14' 11" X 13' 6" (4.55m X 4.11m)
Polished granite fireplace with marble surround and hearth, cornice ceiling, ceiling rose, (currently used as study).
BEDROOM (3): 13' 6" X 8' 8" (4.11m X 2.64m)
(not into robes). Wall to wall sliding robes.
BEDROOM (4): 13' 6" X 8' 8" (4.11m X 2.64m)
(not into robes). Wall to wall sliding robes.
FULLY TILED BATHROOM:
White suite comprising corner shower cubicle, Victorian style wc, bidet, vanity unit, free standing roll top bath with ball and claw feet, mixer tap and telephone hand shower, extractor fan.
PURPOSE BUILT GAMES ROOM: 21' 2" X 21' 2" (6.45m X 6.45m)
Cornice ceiling, dado rail, double doors to front, solid wood floor, bar area. Built to the same specification as the main house, with cavity wall insulation and central heating.
All weather tennis court.
BLOCK BUILT GARDEN STORE: 12' 7" X 12' 4" (3.84m X 3.76m)
Wooden double doors.
Extensive driveway leading to generous parking turning areas. Extensive gardens in lawns with mature shrubs and patio areas.
Leaving Glenavy take the B38 Belfast Road, continuing under the underpass and the property will be on your right hand side. Alternatively coming from Belfast, Belfast Road is a continuation of Hannahstown Road.
Disclaimer: The following calculations act as a guide only, and are based on a typical repayment mortgage model. Financial decisions should not be made based on these calculations and accuracy is not guaranteed. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.