This imposing family residence occupies a choice, slightly elevated site thereby benefiting from delightful views over Belfast Lough and the Antrim Hills from the upper floors.
Constructed around 1840 in a Tudor style, from which it derives its name, this delightful home has much to offer. On entering the property one is immediately struck by the gracious reception hall and sweeping staircase to the upper floors, whilst further investigation reveals generously proportioned living accommodation with high ceilings, ornate cornicing & intricate ceiling roses, and working shutters on many of the ground floor windows.
The first and second floors allow for an adaptable layout which lends itself to separate living quarters to include a first floor kitchen, several bathrooms and a large, comfortable first floor drawing room. Externally the grounds are just as impressive with small feature wooded areas - ideal for short walks, which could easily become gardens in lawns with a little imagination and work.
All in all a very special home enjoying a secluded, woodland setting yet just a short walk from Holywood's bustling town centre with its variety of excellent shops, boutiques and restaurants.