Dating back to the 1850's, in it's current guise and further back as a more modest dwelling, this detached residence is steeped in the history of the area. As the name suggests, the property was built by the nobility for the local Presbyterian Church, but has most recently been the charming home of the current owners.
Entering through the pillared entrance to the tree lined drive, there is a sense of expectation of the grandeur that lies ahead.
The property sits amidst circa 0.5 acre of the most wonderful mature and private gardens with a range of stone outbuildings, all secluded from the road by an original stone wall.
Accommodation on two floors offers an array of four reception, four bedrooms and an attractive rustic kitchen with Aga range and adjoining scullery and utility room. More modern requirements have not been omitted, either with an ensuite to the master bedroom and a refitted traditional style bathroom. An interesting feature or architectural characteristic can be found around every corner, with shuttered sash windows, cornicing, picture rails and corbels adding to the charm of this delightful home.
The range of outbuilding have available to them a secondary access and provide garaging, stables and storage.
For those less familiar with the area, Conlig is situated between Bangor and Newtownards with both a short five minute drive away, with Belfast less than thirty minutes commute.
Charming home beautifully presented throughout
Many interesting period features including shuttered sash windows, cornicing and picture rails
Reception hall with cloakroom facilities
Drawing room with open fire in period fireplace
Dining Room with basket grate in marble fireplace
Cosy family/living room
Ground floor study
Country style kitchen with oil fired Aga, plus scullery and utility room
Four bedrooms including master with en-suite
Attractive bathroom with white suite including claw foot bath
Oil fired central heating
Range of stone outbuilding incorporating garage, store and stables
Front and rear vehicular entrances
Mature and private gardens surround the property extending to circa 0.5 acre
Hardwood door with glazed side lights and fan light, tiled floor, glazed vestibule door to:-
Cornicing, corbels, wood laminate flooring.
WC and wash hand basin, tongue and groove panelling to dado rail.
DRAWING ROOM: 15' 9" X 13' 3" (4.80m X 4.04m)
Slate fireplace with cast iron open grate, cornicing and picture rail.
DINING ROOM: 16' 9" X 13' 4" (5.11m X 4.06m)
Marble fireplace with basket grate, cornicing and picture rail, built-in china stove.
FAMILY ROOM: 14' 6" X 10' 9" (4.42m X 3.28m)
Fireplace with basket grate and tiled hearth, built-in storage.
KITCHEN: 14' 0" X 11' 0" (4.27m X 3.35m)
Range of high and low level pine units with Beech work tops, brick recess with oil fired Aga, Belfast sink, integrated fridge, quarry tiled floor, tiled splash backs, work surfacing, down lighting.
SCULLERY: 10' 6" X 6' 0" (3.20m X 1.83m)
Zanussi hob and eye-level oven, pine high and low level units, plumbed for dishwasher, quarry tiled floor.
Fitted units, Belfast sink, plumbed for washing machine and piped for tumble dryer.
Wash hand basin in pine stand, range of built-in robes.
BEDROOM (3): 14' 6" X 10' 10" (4.42m X 3.30m)
Plus built-in cupboard.
BEDROOM (4): 13' 6" X 9' 6" (4.11m X 2.90m)
Hotpress with copper cylinder and immersion heater.
White suite comprising roll top claw foot bath with hand shower, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, half tiled walls.
Range of stone outbuildings for garaging , stores and two stables, with separate vehicular access.
Circa 0.5 acre of mature garden with a variety of trees, shrubs and planting. Attractive stone wall front boundary with pillared entrances.
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Travelling from Bangor to Newtownards on the dual carriageway, turn right before the traffic lights at the junction with Green Road. Bear left and travel for approximately 1/4 mile to find property on left hand side.