By using Templeton Robinson we had more viewings in the first week than we ever had. Moreover the feedback was tremendous with all viewers being telephoned the next day for their opinions, with these comments then being relayed to us. Not only that, all first viewings were conducted by your staff, only second viewings being conducted by ourselves. Also all phone calls about the property were logged and sent by email to us.
The strange thing was, all the companies were charging the same commission! All in all a fantastic service, don't try the rest, use the best.
- Frank and Liz Kirk
Beautifully presented throughout, this spacious home therefore requires the purchaser to do little except move in.
Sympathetically modernised, many period features have been retained to ensure the warmth and character of properties of this era are still to the fore. The layout also offers a considerable degree of flexibility.
Externally this is complemented by an enclosed rear yard which is attractively decked and large enough to incorporate a sitting area.
A short stroll to both Ballyhackamore and Belmont Villages with their range of schools, amenities and eateries, the location enjoys a superb convenience.
Belfast City Centre is also easily accessible via public or private transport or even a brisk walk as it is only a couple of miles away.
Most attractive, spacious town terrace
4 Double bedrooms (or 3 with 1st floor drawing room)
Living room with feature fireplace
Open plan to dining room
Recently installed modern kitchen with appliances
Deluxe bathroom with white suite and separate shower
High ceilings and many period features retained
Forecourt and good-sized rear yard
Excellent decorative order throughout
Natural gas fired central heating system
Double glazed windows (except 1 feature window on landing)
Walking distance to Belmont and Ballyhackamore Villages
Hardwood front door with glazed insets and leaded, stained glass fan light.
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH:
Original mosaic tiled floor. Internal door with etched, glazed panel.
Cornice ceiling, corbels.
LIVING ROOM: 15' 3" X 10' 7" (4.65m X 3.23m)
(Into bay). Open aspect up Irwin Drive. Cornice ceiling, picture rail. Attractive cast iron and slate fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Open plan to:
DINING ROOM: 11' 7" X 10' 11" (3.53m X 3.33m)
(At widest points). Engineered wooden flooring. Attractive cast iron and slate fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Door to:
KITCHEN: 13' 11" X 6' 5" (4.25m X 1.95m)
Modern range of high and low level high-gloss units, engineered wooden flooring, feature tiled walls. Jawbox-style sink unit with mixer tap. Integrated appliances including Baumatic stainless steel, five ring gas hob with extractor fan over. AEG stainless steel oven, integrated washer-dryer. Swan fridge-freezer. Back door to yard.
Feature stained glass, original sliding sash window.
White suite comprising roll-top, free standing bath with telephone hand shower. Low flush wc, wash hand basin on tiled plinth with storage underneath. Separate corner shower cubicle. Feature radiator. Part tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor.
BEDROOM (1)/DRAWING ROOM: 16' 0" X 15' 8" (4.88m X 4.77m)
(At widest points and into bay). Feature slate and cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Cornice ceiling, picture rail.
BEDROOM (2): 10' 11" X 9' 0" (3.33m X 2.74m)
Original built-in cupboard. Cast iron fireplace with slate hearth.
BEDROOM (3): 14' 8" X 12' 0" (4.46m X 3.67m)
(At widest points). Original cast iron fireplace.
BEDROOM (4): 11' 0" X 8' 11" (3.35m X 2.72m)
Access via pull-down, folding ladder to:
ROOFSPACE. Floored for storage.
Gate with pedestrian path to front door.
ENCLOSED REAR YARD:
Good size with room for sitting/dining area. Timber deck, outside light. Outhouse with power and light, natural gas boiler. Gate to entry.
More open aspect between terrace rows to crane and hills in distance.
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
Heading towards City Centre from Ballyhackamore on the Upper Newtownards Road, Irwin Avenue is on the right hand side after Oakland Avenue.