Enjoying a corner site in a cul-de-sac just off highly renowned Cyprus Avenue, this delightful semi is beautifully presented.
Retaining many period features associated with the Victorian era, there is an appealing warmth and character throughout.
With well-proportioned accommodation spread over three floors, there is an excellent degree of flexibility to the layout. The spacious kitchen is large enough to incorporate both casual dining and sitting areas making it an ideal focal point for modern living ... particularly with the log-burner in use.
Ballyhackamore Village with its array of shops, amenities and eateries is within a short stroll. The city centre is also easy accessible via the new "Glider" bus system.
This combined with a range of excellent schooling for all ages makes this lovely home an attractive proposition for a range of buyers.
Attractive semi-detached villa on corner site with period features
Lounge with feature fireplace and bay window
Separate family/dining room
Open-plan kitchen with wood-burning stove
Covered lean-to with utility area and wc
Bathroom with white suite
Period features to the fore: restored sash windows, original internal doors, fireplaces and cornicing
Off-street driveway parking
Mature, private gardens to front, side and rear
Oil fired central heating
Quiet yet convenient cul-de-sac location
Close to excellent local schools, amenities and public transport routes
Hardwood front door with fan light.
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH:
Original mosaic tiled floor, cornice ceiling. Original internal door with glazed panels and side lights.
Cornice ceiling, ceiling rose and corbels. Under stairs storage cupboard, reclaimed wooden flooring.
LOUNGE: 15' 10" X 12' 4" (4.83m X 3.77m)
(into bay and at widest points). Oak wooden floor, cornice ceiling ceiling rose. Attractive cast iron fireplace with slate surround and hearth.
DINING/FAMILY ROOM: 10' 8" X 10' 1" (3.24m X 3.08m)
Cornice ceiling. Original wooden flooring. Attractive cast iron fireplace with slate hearth.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST/LIVING AREA: 26' 5" X 9' 5" (8.06m X 2.87m)
Range of high and low level oak units with granite work surfaces, sink unit. Integrated Smeg four ring gas hob, Stoves double oven. Plumbed for dishwasher, space for fridge, extractor fan. Chinese slate floor. Open plan dining and living areas with cast-iron wood-burner. Door to:
COVERED LEAN-TO UTILITY AREA:
Plumbed for washing machine. Boiler cupboard with oil fired boiler. Door to garden.
WC: Low flush wc.
Cornice ceiling, reclaimed wooden floor.
White suite comprising bath with Mira Sport electric shower over. Low flush wc, wash hand basin, built-in cabinet, feature radiator, ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls.
BEDROOM (4): 9' 6" X 8' 6" (2.90m X 2.60m)
(At widest points). Built-in robe. Shelved hotpress with copper cylinder and immersion heater. Painted, wooden flooring.
BEDROOM (1): 17' 1" X 15' 9" (5.20m X 4.80m)
(at widest points). Cornice ceiling, wooden flooring, most attractive fireplace with cast iron and tiled inset, tiled hearth.
BEDROOM (2): 10' 7" X 10' 1" (3.22m X 3.07m)
(At widest points). (Currently used as dressing room). Cornice ceiling.
BEDROOM (3): 16' 3" X 13' 1" (4.96m X 4.00m)
(narrowing to 2.8m x 2.3m) Space and potential to create an ensuite (subject to necessary consents). Velux window with views of Divis and Black Mountain in the distance.
Corner site with off-street parking for several vehicles to front. Path to front door.
SIDE AND REAR GARDENS:
with excellent degree of privacy. Flowerbeds laid in bark chips with variety of plants and flowering shrubs.
Timber deck sitting area with adjacent circular, paved patio.
Rear lawn with apple tree. Timber shed. Outside light and tap.
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From Ballyhackamore continue down the Upper Newtownards Road towards Belfast. Turn left at the junction into North Road, 1st right into Cyprus Avenue and 2nd left into Sandford Avenue. The property is at the bottom of the cul-de-sac on the right hand side.